- Nov 1, 2017A bit of a stretch. There were over 300,000 people in Montenegro in the late 19th century, and no reason to believe Holmes was there at any time.Sure, Holmes could easily have visited Cetinje. He could just as easily have visited St. Petersburg and had an affair with the Tsarina. Or Rasputin.Nero Wolfe doesn't look like the son of Sherlock Holmes. He looks like he's eaten Sherlock Holmes.Sajan
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Wed Nov 1, 2017 3:30 am . Posted by:Good catch! Many Holmes fans are also Nero Wolfe fans. I confess to having read all of Stout's Wolfe books long before I read the Canon, as well as reading most of the Goldsburough and both of the Kaye pastiches. I've always had a weak spot for Dol (Theodolinda) Bonner. Don't forget John Lescroart's two interesting "Auguste Lupa" mysteries; "Son of Holmes" and "Rasputin's Revenge."
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