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About meRex Todhunter Stout (1886 - 1975), American author most commonly known for his mysteries featuring Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin.

About my libraryMuch of the library is held in the Burns Library at Boston College, along with other paraphernalia.

Many of the books in Stout's personal library were mentioned in the Nero Wolfe books. Check the comments column for more information.

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GroupsThe Black Orchid (A Nero Wolfe Group)


Real nameRex Stout

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Member sinceApr 28, 2009

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