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Watson Was A Woman [Illustrated] By Rex Stout Kurt Steel,

  • Title: Watson Was A Woman [Illustrated]
  • Author: Rex Stout Kurt Steel
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • PERIL PRESS presents Ellery Queen s Mystery Magazine, April 1946 WATSON WAS A WOMAN by Rex Stout In 1941, Rex Stout, the creator and author of Nero Wolfe, shocked the Sherlockian World when at the meeting of the Baker Street Irregulars, he uttered the words, Watson Was A Woman This is the 1947 presentation of that speach from Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine 3000 Words EPERIL PRESS presents Ellery Queen s Mystery Magazine, April 1946 WATSON WAS A WOMAN by Rex Stout In 1941, Rex Stout, the creator and author of Nero Wolfe, shocked the Sherlockian World when at the meeting of the Baker Street Irregulars, he uttered the words, Watson Was A Woman This is the 1947 presentation of that speach from Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine 3000 Words Ellery Queen s Mystery Magazine, April 1946 THE TRUTH ABOUT WATSON by Kurt Steel Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine got Kurt Steel, a professor at New York University, and dective Story reviewer for New York Newspaper to write a rebutal 2800 This edition includes the illustartions to these 2 stories, the cover to the issue of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine that these were published in, as well as 2 additional Galleries The Strand Magazine, August 1901 April 1902 THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES 60 illustrations by Sidney Paget GALLERY of Covers from the Entire 10 issue Run of REX STOUT S MYSTERY MONTHLY 9 US 1 UK
    Watson Was A Woman Illustrated PERIL PRESS presents Ellery Queen s Mystery Magazine April WATSON WAS A WOMAN by Rex Stout In Rex Stout the creator and author of Nero Wolfe shocked the Sherlockian World when at the mee

    One thought on “Watson Was A Woman [Illustrated]”

    1. Gift from Dad I read about this talk Stout gave to the BSI before I d ever read either the Holmes canon or the marvelous Wolfe series, but had never read the text Entertaining.

    2. pass this byNot worth the time and I always like red stout Just trivial and forced and unlike his usual smooth writing.

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