Sunday, July 16, 2017
A RIGHT TO DIE - Rex Stout
Susan was bright, petite, beautiful and white. When she was murdered, all the clues pointed straight to her dapper, well educated fiance who was black. The Homicide Bureau thought they had the case sewn up. Until Nero Wolfe uncovered a new kind of motive for murder.
These are always a good read, the mystery is easily solved but I don't read them for the riddle more for the excellent dialogue and the humour that Stout brought to his novels.
This is of the usual high standard, a short read, perfect for a cold Sunday on the couch.