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Over My Dead Body – 1971

Over My Dead Body - 1971 - Front Cover

Over My Dead Body - 1971 - Front Cover

Over My Dead Body - 1971 - Rear Cover

Over My Dead Body - 1971 - Rear Cover

 

Over My Dead Body

Copyright 1939, 1940, 1968, By Rex Stout
A Pyramid Book
Fifth Printing… February 1971

Contents
Over My Dead Body

Rear Cover Intro:

THE DUBIOUS DAUGHTER

When the Balkan princess batted her black lashes and begged Wolfe for help, her plea almost melted me on the spot. Naturally I was disturbed that our future together would be cut short by Wolfe’s refusal to take her case. According to the princess, a friend of hers — Neya Tormic — was in a heap of trouble and only zee great Nero Wolfe could assist her. Why Wolfe? Simple, the princess declared, after all Neya was Nero’s daughter…

That was the first piece of a puzzle that involved a lot more than paternity charges — diamonds, international intrigue, and murder most foul soon complicated the game!

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Over My Dead Body — 19??

Over My Dead Body -- 19?? - Front Cover

Over My Dead Body -- 19?? - Front Cover

Over My Dead Body

Copyright 1939, 1940, 1968, By Rex Stout
Cover is of a Bantam paperback, date of publication
unknown.


The above scan was donated by Leo Heller aka
Michael Largey. Thanks Michael!!!If anyone has any publishing information on this
edition please email me at depatty@gmail.com … TIA Dave

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Over My Dead Body – 1970

Over My Dead Body - 1970 - Front Cover

Over My Dead Body - 1970 - Front Cover

Over My Dead Body - 1970 - Rear Cover

Over My Dead Body - 1970 - Rear Cover

 

Over My Dead Body

Copyright 1939, 1940, 1968, By Rex Stout
A Pyramid Book
Forth Printing… July 1970

Contents
Over My Dead Body

Rear Cover Intro:

THE DUBIOUS DAUGHTER

When the Balkan princess batted her black lashes and begged Wolfe for help, her plea almost melted me on the spot.  Naturally I was disturbed that our future together would be cut short by Wolfe’s refusal to take her case.  According to the princess, a friend of hers — Neya Tormic — was in a heap of trouble and only zee great Nero Wolfe could assist her.  Why Wolfe?  Simple, the princess declared, after all Neya was Nero’s daughter…

That was the first piece of a puzzle that involved a lot more than paternity charges — diamonds, international intrigue, and murder most foul soon complicated the game!

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