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Rex Stout

a.k.a. Rex Todhunter Stout

Author Code: ARTS

Born: Dec. 1, 1886 - Noblesville, Indiana, USA

Died: Oct. 27, 1975 - Danbury, Connecticut, USA

Educated at the University of Kansas, Stout spent two years in the US Navy and then a number of years in a variety of jobs such as hotel manager and bookkeeper. In 1916, he invented a school banking system that was a huge financial success. From around 1910, Stout had been contributing stories to some of the pulp magazines, but it wasn't until 1927 that he became a full-time writer. In 1934, he created the detective character Nero Wolfe who became his mainstay over the next forty years. Stout wrote propaganda during the Second World War and served as chairman of the Writer's War Board. In 1958, he was elected president of the Mystery Writers of America and the following year won the Crime Writers Association's Silver Dagger Award. Many of Stouts works have been made into films and TV presentations. His many works include Under the Andes (1914), Fer-de-Lance (1934), The League of Frightened Men (1935), Too Many Crooks (1938), Over My Dead Body (1940), Black Orchids (1942), Too Many Women (1947), Three Doors to Death (1950), The Golden Spiders (1953), Champagne for Oner (1958), Gambit (1962), The Doorbell Rang (1965) and A Family Affair (1975).

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