TOO MANY WOMEN. Rex Stout.

TOO MANY WOMEN.

New York: The Viking Press, 1947. Octavo, original blue green cloth, front and spine stamped in black and yellow, top edge stained dark green. First edition. The twelfth Nero Wolfe mystery. "Archie is the center of a seraglio of designing creatures, who want to bribe or seduce him as he helps Nero discover who killed (the victim in a firm) that employs 500 women. Longer than the later tales, this one has a great many lively turns and a good surprise ending." - Barzun & Taylor, A Catalogue of Crime (1989), 3094. Hubin, pp. 777-778. Townsend, Rex Stout: An Annotated and Secondary Bibliography, A28a. Small damp spot to lower front cover, damp spot to upper spine/right rear cover, a very good copy in a very good dust jacket with restoration to spine ends and corner tips with some color touch ups. (25286). Item #25286

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