The Broken Vase

The Broken Vase – A Tecumseh Fox Mystery – March 1968

The Broken Vase - A Tecumseh Fox Mystery - March 1968 - Front Cover

The Broken Vase - A Tecumseh Fox Mystery - March 1968 - Front Cover

The Broken Vase - A Tecumseh Fox Mystery - March 1968 - Rear Cover

The Broken Vase - A Tecumseh Fox Mystery - March 1968 - Rear Cover

The Broken Vase – A Tecumseh Fox Mystery

A PYRAMID BOOK – published by arrangement with the author

PRINTING HISTORY – Farrar & Rinehart edition published 1941
Pyramid edition published March 1965
Second Printing March 1968

Copyright, 1941 by Rex Stout

Rear Cover Text:

Suicide or Murder

Jan Tusar walked off the Carnegie Hall stage, put down his violin, wrote a note, and put a bullet through his head – in front of two witnesses.

A clear case of suicide, the cops said – but detective Tecumseh Fox didn’t go for the easy answer.

Tusar was murdered, Fox claimed – and uncovered the diabolical trick that proved it. The next move was up to the killer – and it came fast.

The worlds of music and murder meet in this fast-paced adventure of Rex Stout’s sardonic sleuth.

Cover Design: Lembit Rauk
Cover Illustration: Len Goldberg

Inside Cover Text:

POISON ON PARK AVENUE

Someone drove Jan Tusar to kill himself. Detective Tecumseh Fox had all the suspects on hand – and no leads. Park Avenue playboy Perry Dunham knew more than he was telling, but Fox knew he could break Dunham –

– until someone slipped him a poisoned highball in front of eight witnesses!

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