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eBook Plot It Yourself (Mystery Masters Series) epub

by Michael Prichard,Rex Stout

eBook Plot It Yourself (Mystery Masters Series) epub
  • ISBN: 1572703016
  • Author: Michael Prichard,Rex Stout
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Audio Partners; Unabridged edition (January 1, 2003)
  • ePUB size: 1911 kb
  • FB2 size 1435 kb
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Rex Stout (Author), Michael Prichard (Narrator). A Family Affair: Nero Wolfe Mystery (Mystery Masters).

Rex Stout (Author), Michael Prichard (Narrator). Book 32 of 45 in the Nero Wolfe books by Rex Stout Series. Plot It Yourself is Rex Stout at the top of his game, and it is made even better by his experience and knowledge of many organizations of professional writers, such as his long-time presidency of the Author’s Guild. Offord said, For writers or anyone who wants to know what goes on in the literary world, this is wonderful stuf. .

Plot It Yourself (British title Murder in Style) is a Nero Wolfe detective novel by Rex Stout, published by the Viking Press in 1959, and also collected in the omnibus volume Kings Full of Aces (Viking 1969). A group of authors and publishers hires Nero Wolfe to investigate a series of plagiarism claims. Wolfe, by his own admission, bungles the investigation so badly that three murders result.

Plot it Yourself book. Again, it's Michael Pritchard's performance as Archie that saves the story. Watch the pathetic gallery of small Plot it Yourself features Rex Stout writing at the top of his game. He knew the publishing world and he knew authors; moreover he knew how to put together a taut and atmospheric mystery.

In 1959, Stout received the Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master .

In 1959, Stout received the Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master Award. The Nero Wolfe corpus was nominated Best Mystery Series of the Century at Bouchercon XXXI, the world's largest mystery convention, and Rex Stout was nominated Best Mystery Writer of the Century. In addition to writing fiction, Stout was a prominent public intellectual for decades. For specific publication history, including original magazine appearances, see entries for individual titles.

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Narrated by Michael Prichard. When a group of publishers and writers hires Wolfe to solve a case of false plagiarism, it's time for the great detective to hit the.

Plot It Yourself - Rex Stout. Stout, Rex - Nero Wolfe - The World Series Murder (aka This Won't Kill You). Stover Matthew Woodring. Stout Rex. Download (RTF).

Plot it Yourself: Nero Wolfe, Book 32. Written by Rex Stout. Narrated by Michael Prichard

Plot it Yourself: Nero Wolfe, Book 32. Narrated by Michael Prichard.

Читает Michael Prichard. The man has entered our folklore. Мгновенный доступ к вашим любимым книгам без обязательной ежемесячной платы. Слушайте книги через Интернет и в офлайн-режиме на устройствах Android, iOS, Chromecast, а также с помощью Google Ассистента. Together, Stout and Wolfe have entertained-and puzzled-millions of mystery fans around the world.

Nero Wolfe and his sidekick, Archie Goodwin, are called in by a consortium of publishers and writers to investigate several cases of accused plagiarism, but the probe soon becomes complicated by murder. Read by Michael Prichard.
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Nero Wolfe is my favorite mystery series. I read them over and over, and even though I have the paperbacks I have started re-buying them in Kindle. This was written at the height of the series and has all the elements that make this series so likable: Wiseacre Archie Goodwin, the lazy genius Nero Wolfe, Fritz the much put upon chef, cigar chomping apoplectic Inspector Cramer, the brownstone so beloved by Wolfe fans, and a cast of annoyingly engaging characters. This starts as an investigation into a series of lawsuits alleging plagiarism and quickly escalates into a series of murders. One of the best of a great series that has held its ground for over 80 years and I hope still attracts new fans. A must read series for mystery lovers.
Rex Stout's usual twisty plot, the MacGuffin this time being literary styles, but with a touch less wry humor than is typical in the series. This edition has clearly been spellchecked, but not edited...egregiously, Orrie Cather has been autocorrected to "Orrie Gather" throughout, and periodically we are told things like people are "short" with a .38...so if you are bothered by these infelicities, (I am, but I try to be philosophical, plus I've already dropped the dough) consider a different edition.
Another excellent 5-star Rex Stout story, but the Kindle version comes with annoying, repititious typos that draw attention away from the story. We see Orie Gather over and over, a few Paul's instead of Saul and countless other mlsspellings throughout. I know there are proofreaders out there -- Amazon and/or Random House might take a little time from other business to find them & put them to work. Or is proofreading a thing of the past?
Rex Stout's "Plot it Yourself" is the 32nd book (first published in 1959) in his "Nero Wolfe" series. As is his norm, he's produced another fine story. The writing, plot, mystery, and especially the characters are all really well done. There are a couple of twists to his normal format (timing of murder, obnoxiousness of clients, wiliness of perpetrator) and they all lead to a very satisfying read. I'm rating it at a Very Good 4 stars (actually 4-1/2 stars) out of 5.
If you like Nero Wolfe books, you'll like this one, but the plot is a little thin, and the murderer becomes obvious fairly early in the book. Also, there are a lot of characters who are just totally unnecessary, whose personalities are not discussed, and who just kind of clutter up the pages. I love Nero Wolfe books, but this is not one of his better ones.
I love Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe series, so the four stars are for this mystery. Four, because (in my opinion) there are better Nero Wolfe stories, although this is solidly good, and still well-worth the read.

However, the translation to Kindle leaves something to be desired. Orrie Cather is almost always referred to as Orrie Gather, with a G. Once, Saul Panzer is called Paul Panzer. There are other scattered errors, which I assume must be caused by a software program choosing the wrong word. It isn't bad enough to spoil the book, but I'd have enjoyed the "Nero Wolfe on Kindle" experience more if at least the names of characters were spelled correctly. Especially the series regulars.
Great story (as usual from Rex Stout) but very poor quality e-book. For the price, greater care should have been taken to maintain quality. It's very distracting to have to read through so many mistakes: mis-spelled words and names (Orrie Gather, Paul Panzer, etc.--some words were unrecognizable); mis-use of punctuation (colons and quotation marks, missing periods, etc.). If you can put up with all the spelling and punctuation errors, the story is well-written and interesting. I enjoy nearly all the Nero Wolfe stories (novels and short stories).
A decent, middle-of-the-pack Nero Wolfe mystery. The Kindle version needs some editing - several instances of misspelled words and names.
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