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The Missing Chapter: A Nero Wolfe Mystery, Goldsborough, Robert
1 Goldsborough, Robert The Missing Chapter: A Nero Wolfe Mystery
New York Bantam Books 1994 0553072412 / 9780553072419 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
Illustrated by Hallman, Tom (cover)

Spine slightly cocked, corners bumped, a little edge wear primarily at base of spine. Jacket shows a little edge wear and rubbing. A nice copy. ; Black boards with gold lettering, jacket protected in new Brodart. ; 7 ¾" - 9 ¾" Tall; 176 pages;

"Charles Childress, the author tapped to continue the beloved Sergeant Barnstable detective stories when the originator died, may not have been the most gifted writer in the world, but he did have his talents. Contentious, combative, and exceedingly vengeful, Childress had an unsurpassed way of making enemies Which is why, when the police write off his death as suicide, the publisher, Horace Vinson, comes to Nero Wolfe. Vinson knows all too well that in the cutthroat world of publishing, the competition can be murder. Wolfe, however, is not so easily convinced...or distracted from his more genteel pursuits. But Archie Goodwin, Wolfe’s ever-faithful friend and partner, points out that Vinson’s fee would keep the big man in beer and bouillabaisse for some time to come."
8358 
Price: 8.75 USD

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Maigret and the Apparition [Originally Maigret and the Ghost], Simenon, Georges
2 Simenon, Georges Maigret and the Apparition [Originally Maigret and the Ghost]
San Diego Harvest / HBJ 1976 0156551276 / 9780156551274 27th Edition; Third Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 
Illustrated by Silverman, Bob [cover]

Reading crease, minor edge wear and rubbing, corners slightly bumped. Owner's name on front end paper. A nice copy. ;
Originally published in England under the title "Maigret and the Ghost." ; 6 ¾" - 7 ¾" Tall; 159 pages;

"Maigret arrives home exhausted after cracking an especially difficult case, only to be wakened within hours by the news of a nearly successful attempt on the life of a colleague. Plainclothes detective Lognon, know to Maigret as 'Inspector Hapless,' has become involved beyond his depth in an international art fraud. Maigret's only clue to his assailant is the single word 'apparition' spoken by the victim as he emerges from the operating room. The apparition leads Maigret to the highest echelons of the Parisian art world - and the depths of greed and cruelty."
183531 
Price: 3.95 USD

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Maigret At the Crossroads, Simenon, Georges
3 Simenon, Georges Maigret At the Crossroads
Harmondsworth, England Penguin 1977 27th Edition; Seventh Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 



Corners slightly bumped, some edge wear, reading crease. Owner's name on inside cover. A nice copy. ;
Translated by Robert Baldick. ; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall; 136 pages;

"A classic among Simenon, this is the story of Maigret's night vigil at the Three Widows Crossroads, where the body of a Jewish diamond-merchant had been found. Pompous M. Michonnet, at one house, owned the car containing the corpse, aristocratic Carl Andersen, the Dane, owned the garage containing the car, and vulgar M. Oscar, at the service-station, simply sold petrol to all-comers. They none of them knew a thing. Then the victim's widow is shot dead at Maigret's feet, and he plunges into action to uncover a tight little criminal web with a woman at the centre of it."
183541 
Price: 5.95 USD

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Maigret Goes Home, Simenon, Georges
4 Simenon, Georges Maigret Goes Home
Harmondsworth, England Penguin 1976 0140019014 / 9780140019018 27th Edition; Fifth Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 



Spine slightly slanted. Corners somewhat bumped, reading crease and slight edge wear. A nice copy. ;
Translated by Robert Baldick. ; 7 ¾" - 9 ¾" Tall; 139 pages;

"At the crack of dawn on a raw morning, Chief Inspector Maigret finds himself in the church of Saint-Fiacre in the village where he was raised. He's there as a result of an anonymous note threatening that someone would die in the church at the first Mass of All Souls' Day. The arrival of the Countess de Saint-Fiacre elicits many fond memories for Maigret, and as these recollections busy his mind, she rolls from her pew to the floor-dead! Everyone is suspect in this masterful tale of aristocrats fallen on hard times."
183551 
Price: 4.95 USD

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