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    Nero Wolfe Mystery Magazine   (about)
    A short-lived reprint digest magazine, featuring an introduction by Rex Stout, a Nero Wolfe novella, ten reputable short stories, and a crossword in each issue.

    • Publishers:
      • Hillman Periodicals, Inc.; 4600 Diversey Avenue, Chicago, IL: Nero Wolfe Mystery Magazine.
    • Editors:
      • Rex Stout - Supervising Editor: Nero Wolfe Mystery Magazine.


    Nero Wolfe Mystery Magazine [v1 #1, January 1954] (35¢, 144pp, digest)
    Details supplied by Ira B. Matetsky.
    • 1 · Memo to: You; From: Rex Stout · Rex Stout · ed
    • 4 · The Lipstick · Mary Roberts Rinehart · nv Cosmopolitan July 1942
    • 20 · The Little Wheel · Wilbur Daniel Steele · ss
    • 32 · Riddle of the Wily Wife · Agnes Rogers Allen · pz How Come? A Book Of Riddles by Agnes Rogers, Doubleday, 1953
    • 33 · Murder Without Clues [Ellery Queen] · Ellery Queen · ss This Week January 29 1950
    • 37 · The Veiled Lady [Hercule Poirot] · Agatha Christie · ss The Sketch October 3 1923, as “The Case of the Veiled Lady”
    • 44 · Riddle of the Careless Killer · Agnes Rogers Allen · pz How Come? A Book Of Riddles by Agnes Rogers, Doubleday, 1953
    • 45 · No Bigger Than a Pencil · Edmund Crispin · ss The Evening Standard February 1953, as “The Pencil”
    • 48 · The Man with Copper Fingers [Lord Peter Wimsey] · Dorothy L. Sayers · nv Lord Peter Views the Body by Dorothy L. Sayers, Gollancz, 1928, as “The Abominable History of the Man with Copper Fingers”
    • 66 · Foot in It · James Gould Cozzens · ss Redbook Magazine August 1935
    • 68 · Riddle of the 2000 Witnesses · Agnes Rogers Allen · pz How Come? A Book Of Riddles by Agnes Rogers, Doubleday, 1953
    • 69 · Most Audacious Crime · Elisabeth Sanxay Holding · ss
    • 82 · Riddle of the Surprised Lawyer · Agnes Rogers Allen · pz How Come? A Book Of Riddles by Agnes Rogers, Doubleday, 1953
    • 83 · Footnote to De Quincey: Mr. Smith · Edmund Pearson · ts Murder at Smutty Nose by Edmund Pearson, Doubleday, 1926
    • 91 · Honeymoon Homicide · [uncredited] · ms
    • 92 · The Remarkable Case of Mr. Bruhl · James Thurber · ss The New Yorker November 15 1930
    • 97 · Who-Is-It · [uncredited] · ms
    • 100 · Before I Die [Nero Wolfe & Archie Goodwin] · Rex Stout · na Trouble in Triplicate by Rex Stout, Viking Press, 1949
      revised from The American Magazine, April 1947.



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