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  • Three Great Short Stories

    Rex Stout always provides a good mystery, but sometimes he leaves out the clues that let the reader solve the crime. In these cases, the fun comes from watching Nero Wolfe play a gambit to trick the murderer into exposing himself. Triple Jeopardy offers both styles of story. In Home to Roost I had no idea who had committed the crime, but once Wolfe’s trick ran its course, I kicked myself for not even suspecting the culprit. In Cop Killer, Stout gets Wolfe to both work for free and leave his home. The mystery is only okay, but the drama is first rate. Finally, in The Squirt and the Monkey, Stout provided a plethora of clues and I missed every one of them. Really, you’d think that Inspector Cramer would finally figure out that he just let Wolfe solve the crimes.

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