Not Quite Dead Enough – February 1972 Fifth Printing

Not Quite Dead Enough - February 1972 - Fifth Printing - Front Cover

Not Quite Dead Enough - February 1972 - Fifth Printing - Front Cover

Not Quite Dead Enough - February 1972 - Fifth Printing - Rear Cover

Not Quite Dead Enough - February 1972 - Fifth Printing - Rear Cover

Copyright 1942 and 1944 By Rex Stout
A Pyramid Book
Fifth Printing… February 1972

Rear Cover:

Call Me Archie,

Archie Goodwin. My boss is Nero Wolfe and there are times when I appreciate that overweight, beer-guzzling, cerebral orchid-tender. Like the time a joker asked, “Who killed that lady I saw you with last night?” Only it was no joke – and the cops picked me for the answer. So Wolfe heaved into his armchair and went to work. If I were in jail, I couldn’t run his errands, could I?

Not Quite Dead Enough

An unknown motive … a killer who couldn’t have killed … a fake murder that came true, add up to a bizarre case for Nero Wolfe in Not Quite Dead Enough. Plus: a second Nero Wolfe brainbender, Booby Trap, where Wolfe throws a blast for a mad bomber!

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