Stout, Rex
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Stout, Rex

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Famous American crime writer Rex Todhunter Stout was born on December 1, Noblesville, Indiana, the United States and died on October 27, 1975 in Danbury, Connecticut, the United States. He is remembered for the invention of the fictional genius detective Nero Wolfe and his assistant Archie Goodwin. Stout wrote quite many Wolfe novels and novellas. The first novel “Fer-de-Lance” was published in 1934 and the last one “A Family Affair” was published in 1975. The Nero Wolfe corpus was nominated for the Best Mystery Series of the century at Bouchercon 2000. Stout started his literature career in 1910 when his first stories appeared in All-Story Magazine. However, the first money came to him when he invented the school banking system that was adopted by 400 schools. He traveled to Europe where he wrote his first book (psychological story), came back to America and started to write mysteries.

 

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