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Posted January 5, 2008
Robert Goldsborough steps away from Nero Wolfe to continue his stories of Snap Malek. Snap is a reporter in Chicago, and begins an investigation into the murder of Edwina Malek, the wife of Snaps' cousin, Charlie. The time is 1946, and like much of the radio mysteries from the era of the '30s and '40s, the story is fast paced and direct, with a twist at the end. Throw in some true-life characters and events, such as Frank Lloyd Wright and the Degnan murder, and the atmosphere of the post-WWII era is complete. Let's hope Snap Malek continues to 'stick his nose' into more mysteries,Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.