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Black Orchids [and] Cordially Invited to Meet Death

by Rex Stout

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Stout, Rex: Black Orchids (BC 271)
This book actually contains 2 novels. Black Orchids is the first story and tells how Wolfe came to possess the black orchids by solving a murder at a flower show. The second story, Cordially Invited to Meet Death, is about a series of poison pen letters that result in murder. It is paired with the first story because those same black orchids play a small roll in this second story. Both stories were “satisfactory,” as Wolfe would say. ( )
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