Too Many Women – May 1981 Eighth Printing

Too Many Women - A Nero Wolfe Mystery By Rex Stout - May 1981 Eighth Printing - Front Cover

Too Many Women - May 1981 Eighth Printing - Front Cover

Too Many Women - A Nero Wolfe Mystery By Rex Stout - May 1981 Eighth Printing - Rear Cover

Too Many Women - May 1981 Eighth Printing - Rear Cover

A Bantam Book
8th printing May 1981

Rear Cover:

The imperturbable and incredibly brilliant detective is none other than Nero Wolfe. Together with his confidential assistant Archie Goodwin, he must find a murder among five-hundred employees of a Wall Street firm. One is a dark-haired beauty who attempts to bribe Archie. Another has filed a murder complaint in the office suggestion box. A third has been jilted by death. They are luscious and lethal and , this time, all the suspects are ladies.

Inside cover introduction:

IT COULD HAVE BEEN AN ACCIDENT BUT’ . . .

–Nero Wolfe knew that 500 and 1 beautiful women had a good reason for murdering the late Waldo Wilmot Moore.

Archie Goodwin, however, never enjoyed a murder case as much – and never ran up such an expense account for entertaining gorgeous – and possibly lethal – ladies.

But before Nero won a deadly battle of wits with a brilliant and ruthless murderer, there were more killings, and even Archie agreed there could be

TOO MANY WOMEN

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