PERIODIC TABLE OF MYSTERY AUTHORS



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Rex Stout

Rex Stout/Nero Wolfe: one of the great Mystery/Detective authors, creator of detective characters Theolinda "Dol" Bonner, Tecumsah Fox, and Nero Wolfe, with subsidiary characters including Fritz Brenner, Orrie Cather, Inspector Cramer, Fred Durkin, Archie Goodwin (right-hand man and leg-man to Nero Wolfe), Saul Panzer, Lieutenant George Rowcliff, Sergeant Purley Stebbins; many of these characters have there own entries in the Authors pages of The Ultimate Mystery/Detective Web Guide. Rex Stout/Nero Wolfe Rex Stout/Nero Wolfe Rex Stout @ MGrost * over 47 novels (see above sites for full list) * the Nero Wolfe novels I most enjoyed: * Black Mountain [1954] recommended * Doorbell Rang [1965] recommended * Final Deduction [1961] recommended * League of Frightened Men [1935] recommended * Some Buried Caesar [1939] recommended * Too Many Cooks [1965] recommended * Stories and Novels featuring Theolinda "Dol" Bonner: * Hand in the Glove [1937] * "Too Many Detectives" [1956] recommended story * Novels featuring Tecumsah Fox: * Bad for Business [1940] * Broken Vase [1941] recommended * Double for Death [1939] In the Periodic Table of the Elements, "S" stands for Sulphur. In the Periodic Table of the Mystery Authors, "S" stands for Rex Stout! Return to Mystery/Detective Table of Contents Return to PERIODIC TABLE OF MYSTERY AUTHORS [Grateful acknowledgment to Professor Erich Friedman for his permission for me to use the table structure and color GIFs of the Periodic Table, above, whose Mystery Author roll-over status names and correlation of Element Abbreviations with Mystery Author names are not the fault of Professor Erich Friedman but purely the work of Professor Jonathan Vos Post]