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Part 11 of the The Nero Wolfe Mysteries series.
There are few people Nero Wolfe respects, and Lon Cohen of the New York Gazette is one of them. So when Cohen asks for a favor, Wolfe is inclined to listen. According to Cohen, someone wants to kill the Gazette’s gossip columnist, Cameron Clay. Death threats are a regular hazard for Clay, who has hurled insults and accusations at every bold-faced name in the five boroughs. But the latest threats have carried a more sinister tone. The columnist has narrowed his potential killers down to five people. When Clay turns up dead, the cops deem it a suicide. The bigwigs at the Gazette don’t agree, so they retain Wolfe to figure out which of the suspects had the mettle to pull the trigger.
"Outstanding....Goldsborough again demonstrates an impressive ability to emulate Rex Stout’s narrative voice." - Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Mr. Goldsborough has all of the late writer's stylistic mannerisms down pat." - The New York Times
"Goldsborough does a masterly job with the Wolfe legacy." - Booklist