Murder, Stage Left

Murder, Stage Left

by Robert Goldsborough

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Murder, Stage Left 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as good as Rex Stout but decent mystery
Belladonna_Thomas More than 1 year ago
Book Review Murder Stage Left A Nero Wolfe Mystery by Robert Goldsborough Review by Dawn Thomas 246 Pages Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller, Private Investigators The mystery begins with a telephone call from Lewis Hewitt, a longtime acquaintance of Nero Wolfe. His friend, Roy Breckenridge, a Broadway producer has a bad feeling of his current production and asks Nero Wolfe to investigate. Wolfe agrees to meet with Mr. Breckenridge and listens to his concerns before taking the case. Archie goes undercover as a Canadian magazine writer and interviews the cast and stage manager. Just when Archie is convinced the producer is wrong, he is found dead back stage. Things start spiraling out of control for Archie. Someone has given his description to the police, all of whom recognize it as Archie. Wolfe has Saul Panzer step in Archie’s role as assistant while Archie keeps out of sight. Nero conducts interviews of the cast but then Max Ennis, a cast member, is poisoned in the same manner. The difference with this is a suicide note. With all fingers pointing to Max for the murder of Roy Breckenridge, Nero and Archie have to find the real murderer before he/she gets away. This is the first Nero Wolfe book I have read by this author. I enjoyed the clipped dialogue and thought it was close to watching an episode. It was a quick read and I was finished in a couple of days. I would have liked to see Wolfe more abrupt with the suspects as in the Rex Stout books.
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