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The brownstone house of Nero Wolfe

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Hardcover, 178 pages
Published January 1st 1983 by Little, Brown
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Ellen
Researched with referrals, January 10, 2013
By Ellen Rappaport (Florida)
This review is from: The brownstone house of Nero Wolfe (Hardcover)
Ken Darby went far beyond anything I was expecting. This book, written by Archie, and told to Ken Darby, is committed to enhancing the reading for all ardent fans of Nero wolfe.
There are explanations for Nero's correct address on page 9 with corresponding books and page #'s for that particular address given. This in itself has opoened my eyes to an issue I...more
Nan Silvernail
I had a hard time getting through this one.
Mr. Darby is a knowledgeable man and a fellow fan of Nero Wolfe, but I have a few gripes.

1) He's taking a big liberty by marrying off Archie Goodwin and Lily Rowan. Maybe it was going to happen, but having them making mushy sugar all over the place while Archie supposedly tells us how the Brownstone really was and where it supposedly really was is... well... off-putting for me. Maybe they are in their dotage at this time.

2) If you are going to assert...more
Melissa Schmidty -Schmidt
Loved it. Thoroughly researched and meticulous, but whimsical and so much fun. Well repays for the effort likely required to track down a copy!
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