> "Some Buried Caesar" is interesting for taking place entirely
> outside Wolfe's famous brownstone, which actually made me feel a little
If that bothers then definitely steer clear of "The Black Mountain," where Wolfe
actually goes back to his homeland of Montenegro.
Somebody Dies--Book Review of Crime, Horror, and Western Fiction
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