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Murder in E Minor is a 1986 Nero Wolfe novel written by Robert Goldsborough. The action takes place in New York City, primarily New York County, better known as Manhattan. Goldsborough's first Wolfe novel extends a long string of Rex Stout Nero Wolfe stories (both novels and shorter novella-length stories) stretching back 40 years. Goldsborough has adopted Stout's premises very closely and received a Nero Award from The Wolfe Pack for his effort. Characterization is generally successful as Goldsborough's characters are primarily defined by Rex Stout's ideas.

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  • Murder in E Minor is a 1986 Nero Wolfe novel written by Robert Goldsborough. The action takes place in New York City, primarily New York County, better known as Manhattan. Goldsborough's first Wolfe novel extends a long string of Rex Stout Nero Wolfe stories (both novels and shorter novella-length stories) stretching back 40 years. Goldsborough has adopted Stout's premises very closely and received a Nero Award from The Wolfe Pack for his effort. Characterization is generally successful as Goldsborough's characters are primarily defined by Rex Stout's ideas.
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  • Murder in E Minor is a 1986 Nero Wolfe novel written by Robert Goldsborough. The action takes place in New York City, primarily New York County, better known as Manhattan. Goldsborough's first Wolfe novel extends a long string of Rex Stout Nero Wolfe stories (both novels and shorter novella-length stories) stretching back 40 years. Goldsborough has adopted Stout's premises very closely and received a Nero Award from The Wolfe Pack for his effort. Characterization is generally successful as Goldsborough's characters are primarily defined by Rex Stout's ideas.
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  • 813/.54 19
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  • 0-553-05123-7
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  • PS3557.O3849 M8 1986
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