J. Donald Wilson
Nathan and Evan Inc
Nero Wolfe was a detective radio show whose stories were derived from the work of Rex Stout. Nero, an extremely genius guy who stands 5'11", solved crimes without having to go to the crime scenes. His assistant Archie Goodwin did all the gathering of clues and interviewing of witnesses, which were then interpreted by Nero at home.
Late one evening, Archie and Nero receive a telephone call from a woman named Gloria asking for Archie. She asks for Archie to go straight over to her house on Renaldo Road, West Chester and then the telephone call is ended abruptly by someone putting a hand over her mouth.
Nero Wolfe and Archie are paid $1000 to witness the execution of a will. A simple case soon involves a corpse and twin brothers.
Willie Inch needs Wolfe's help, He's a professional sneak thief accused of the murder of wealthy Mrs. Florence Avery Marsh.
When Archie answered the phone it was a Mr. Jenkins stating that he was due there an hour ago but was late because she was killed. Mr. Jenkins turned out to be just the delivery man with an important note containing five $100 bills and an invitation to spend the weekend at Mr. Mailots. However, upon arriving at the Mailots Archie was to learn that the invitation had not come from Mr. Mailot.
A murder occurs in an isolated house in upstate New York during a flood. A well-done mystery. The final promotional announcement and system cue have been deleted.
A religious fanatic has committed murder...or was it the Shakespearean actor?
A man with one shirt cuff more worn than the other pays Wolfe $1000 to drop Dorothy Spencer as a client, even though Wolfe never heard of her. Mr. Porter is promptly found murdered.
A theatrical murder, a walking dead man, and missing cartridge casings.