Wolfe turns away a frightened prospective client who desperately wants Wolfe to defend him after receiving a threatening letter. When the man is murdered hours thereafter, Wolfe fears for his own life after he receives an identical letter. He hires a lookalike to impersonate him at $100 per diem and waits for the murderer to reveal him or herself. Written by
Gabe Taverney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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"Helped Wanted Male" appeared in the anthology "Trouble in Triplicate" with two other Stout novels. See more
The same headline appears on the back of Fritz's newspaper several days later - apparently the same prop was used both times. See more
Now listen, Tiger Eyes, do you see me sneaking up behind you?
I should have known you have so many women you have to issue ration coupons, and yet you find so much time for me.
Well, you know why?
Tou've got a mirror.
[pleased and purring
In "Help Wanted, Male", the actors' names are pieced together from assorted letters cut out of magazines. See more
In the Swing
Written by Alan Moorhouse
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