Watson Was A Woman [NOOK Book]


PERIL PRESS presents:

Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, April 1946
by Rex Stout
In 1941, Rex Stout, the creator ...
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Watson Was A Woman

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PERIL PRESS presents:

Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, April 1946
by Rex Stout
In 1941, Rex Stout, the creator and author of Nero Wolfe, shocked the Sherlockian-World when at the meeting of the Baker Street Irregulars, he uttered the words, "Watson Was A Woman." This is the 1947 presentation of that speach from Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine.
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Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, April 1946
by Kurt Steel
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine got Kurt Steel, a professor at New York University, and dective Story reviewer for New York Newspaper to write a rebutal.

This edition includes the illustartions to these 2 stories, the cover to the issue of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine that these were published in, as well as 2 additional Galleries.

The Strand Magazine, August 1901 - April 1902
60 illustrations by Sidney Paget

GALLERY of Covers from the Entire 10 issue Run of
(9 US + 1 UK)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149023639
  • Publisher: Peril Press
  • Publication date: 12/4/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 335,979
  • File size: 17 MB
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Meet the Author

Rex Stout is the creator and author of Nero Wolfe.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2014

    Watson as sister is good sets up practice as a woman's dr and as a psycologist this change of dress plus her nurse midwife leads people to believe a mrs and sometimes two different wives.

    Mr hudson is coachman their horse is in mews also son billy who showd up as page with his "gang" of irregulars stable mews their club house buska

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