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I. the sweetheart of a king. II. Beginning the dance
I. Beginning the dance. Little Eugenie and I wouldoften walk together in the public gardens, and now and then her motherwould join us; and, as I say, I found myself on the point of envying myfriend Janvour. This diversion would have ended soon in any event; but it was broughtto an abrupt termination by a cablegram from my New York lawyers,asking me to return to America at once. Some rascality it was, on thepart of the agent of my estate, which had alarmed them; the cablegramwas bare of detail.
Under the Andes was written by Rex Stout years before his creation of the immensely popular Nero Wolfe series of novels, and while perhaps his future writing style is still blossoming, certainly his knack for weaving a fantastic tale of mystery and adventure will have most readers anxious for the next phase of adventure at every turn.
This tale of adventure from New York to Europe, Colorado, San Francisco, and the Andes, is interesting by the very fact that Rex Stout wrote it. In fact that is why I bought this book in the first place. However, it is nothing like his Nero Wolfe, Alphabet Hicks, or any other character that populate his other works of fiction. After having read it through about four times in 5 or 6 years, I have found it fascinating and interesting.
Under the Andes has been added to your Cart. Couldn't believe this was a Rex Stout novel. Boring, never-ending saga of three unlovable and unremarkable characters as they journey across the pond, across America, down the Pacific coast and ultimately under the Andes (where they have endless fights with cave-dwelling Inca critters).
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This early novel by Rex Stout follows two men and a woman on a vacation in the Andes. eneral sigh of satisfaction and appreciation came from the throng as she disappeared within her compartment. a vacation which takes them to a lost world beneath the.
You can read Under the Andes by Stout Rex in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. Under the Andes is an early novel by Rex Stout, first published in the All-Story Magazine in 1914. They encounter Incas who have been deformed by living underground. Rex Stout was an American crime writer best known for creating the character Nero Wolfe.
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