Stout fellow: explore our list of Nero Wolfe mysteries, including novels and classic radio programs.
©1964 Rex Stout; (P)1997 Books on Tape
"This audio production follows [Rex Stout's] formula to the letter, with Michael Prichard portraying both main characters brilliantly." (AudioFile)
Rex Stout was well ahead of his time in many areas...and his voice was Nero Wolfe (and sometimes even Archie Goodwin). He didn't shy away from tough issues like Civil Rights...he faced them head-on. We get a taste of this in "A Right to Die". And we also get a particularly good mystery story to boot!
An engaging mystery skilfully narrated, but it's not the brightest of Rex Stout's efforts to portray his genius detective Nero Wolfe.
Faithfulness to the characters as written.
Archie Goodwin, of course.
Rex Stout was a master of detective fiction. His Nero Wolfe stories are all superb. Michael Pritchard does an excellent job capturing the nuances of the characters in his performance. The books and stories are all good reads, and Michael Pritchard's performances of them are equally good listens. No regrets in getting these.
This may not be the best of Stout's classics, but it is in the upper rankings.
Classic who dun-it..Kepps you guessing the whole way
Prichard, who does all the Nero Wolf mysteries, has a great range and makes all the characters shine. When I READ a Wolf mystery now..I hear Prichard in my head.
While All May Have A Right To Live...Some Have A Right To Die
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