I love Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe mysteries. They relax and rejuvenate me. Just hanging out with Archie and Wolfe and Fritz and Saul and Fred and Orrie and Inspector Cramer in the Brownstone on West 35th Street is like a little vacation for my inner being.
This is one of the collections of three short mysteries that are especially delightful when I'm very busy. If I have to set the book down between stories, I won't have to worry I'll forget what's going on, as the stories won't be related in any way.
Of the three in this book, "Disguise for Murder" was my favorite because it had a pretty big surprise in it that I didn't see coming, though in retrospect, made so much sense. I love mysteries that do that. Also, Archie got to engage in some thrilling heroics, which is always extra delightful.
If This was a Movie, I Would Rate It: PG-13 for murder, violence, peril, and vague discussions of people having extramarital affairs.
This is my 9th book read and reviewed for the Mount TBR Reading Challenge.