Death Times Three

Frame-Up for Murder Illustration

Frame-Up for Murder Illustration from The Saturday Evening Post (June 21, 1958)

Frame-Up for Murder Illustration from The Saturday Evening Post (June 21, 1958)

Archie Goodwin meets Flora Gallant in part one of Rex Stout’s “Frame-Up for Murder,” illustrated by Austin Briggs for The Saturday Evening Post (June 21, 1958)
Source Archie Goodwin (fictional detective)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Death Times Three – December 1985

Death Times Three – December 1985

This is the first paperback printing. Looks to be the same painting of the knife and money on the cover of this first printing and the 6th printing but the cover design is otherwise completely different.

Death Times Three - December 1985 - first printing front cover Death Times Three - December 1985 - first printing back cover

Back cover text is almost exactly the same. Inside front cover is different. Below is a scan of this first printing inside cover (warts and all):

 

Death Times Three - Inside Cover - December 1985

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Death Times Three – September 1988

Death Times Three - 6th printing September 1988 Front Cover Death Times Three - 6th printing September 1988 Back Cover

Death Times Three – A Bantam Book
Copyright 1985 By Barbara Stout and Rebecca Stout Bradbury
6th Bantam Printing – September 1988

Contents –
Bitter End: First appeared in the November 1940 issue of The American Magazine, and later in a limited edition volume entitled Corsage.
Framed-Up for Murder: First appeared in the June 21st, June 28th, and July 5th, 1958 editions of The Saturday Evening Post.
Assault on a Brownstone: First appeared in substantially different form as “The Counterfeiter’s Knife” in the January 14th, January 21st, January 28th issues of The Saturday Evening Post in 1961, and as “Counterfeit for Murder” in Homicide Trinity

Rear Cover Intro:
DEATH TIMES THREE
Now, with the aid of the Stout estate and Stout’s official biographer, John McAleer, Bantam Books is proud to publish this collection of three Nero Wolfe novellas. ASSAULT ON A BROWNSTONE, a novella featuring Wolfe in his most shocking confrontation with the law when his Thirty-fifth Street brownstone is invaded by Treasury officials. FRAME-UP FOR MURDER, concerning a famous fashion designer and a neatly stitched plot that weaves a deadly pattern of death. And BITTER END, a suspenseful story containing one of the nastiest incidents ever to occur at Wolfe’s dinner table.

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