A Prize for Princes

By: Stout, Rex

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Originally serialized in "All Story Magazine" in 1914, this novel never appeared in book form until 80 years later. It dates from Rex Stout's first writing career -- before he took twenty years off to make his fortune, and before he created his very large, immortal detective Nero Wolfe. "Beautiful and deadly, Aline Solini is a study in pure evil. First encountered in a Balkan convent about to be sacked by marauding Turkish forces, she is rescued by Richard Stetton, a wealthy American who becomes totally captivated by her. His wealth aids her to escape from Vasili Petrovich, the husband she tried to poison, and enter the highest social circles to meet men of power, where she continues to ply her sensual talents in intrigue and murder."; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall

Title: A Prize for Princes

Author Name: Stout, Rex

Edition: First Edition

ISBN Number: 0786701048

ISBN-13: 9780786701049

Location Published: New York, Carroll & Graf Publishers: 1994

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Categories: Rex Stout

Seller ID: 005344

Keywords: fiction mystery solini aline (fictitious character) balkans stetton richard (fictitious character) petrovich vasili (fictitious character) murder mystery espionage montenegro