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    Tales of the Black Widowers The Black Widowers #1 Isaac AsimovTales of the Black Widowers is a collection of mystery short stories by American author Isaac Asimov featuring his fictional club of mystery solvers the Black Widowers It was first published in June 1974 This book is the first of six that describe mysteries solved by the Black Wid

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    Towards the end of his life Asimov became obsessive about publishing as much as possible he'd brag about having published his age in years and his weight in pounds and stuff like that He ended up with several hundred books to his credit but unsurprisingly the standard sufferedThis collection an impulse buy at an airport bookstall w

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    I was in the mood to read something light so I picked this up even though I do not have much of an opinion of Dr Asimov as a mystery writer I had read one of these collections during my early twenties when I was a hardcore fan of Asimov and was less exacting in terms of expectations from the books I read therefore I had found them mildly interesting But alas the magic has worn offI did not finish these book but dropped it after four or f

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    Tales of the Black Widowers is the first book in Isaac Asimov's Black Widowers mystery series I've read one other but wanted to start from the beginning I've enjoyed many of Asimov's Sci Fi series some of which crossed over into mysteries The Black Widowers stories are strictly mysteriesThe Black Widowers are six acuaintances who meet once a

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    Asimov turned his hand at writing many genres and styles some better than others after all he is known for his science fiction after all BUT I think mysteries come a close second The tales of the black widowers and the subseuent euals which I will read once I find them along with the Union Club mysteries are perfect examples of the after d

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    The Black Widowers are an amusing if chauvinistically all male group of bickering friends who meet once a month for dinner

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    Isaac Asimov writing mysteries What can I say When I found this book at the library it was like a personal present from the universe to me As

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    Contains the short story The Curious Omission which in turn contains a brief go referenceThis short story started life as a bibliographic oddity and without a go reference The Union Carbide corporation held a super sleuth contest for their customers The company published and distributed to packagers formulators and market

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    With the greatest respect and admiration for Dr A I have to say nevertheless that this has to be the most boring thing I have ever read a collection of dull and predictable stories I hate to say this but would they have even been published if they hadn't been written by Isaac Asimov No I mean it really boring

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    At first when I started to read this book the content was somewhat hard to understand The wording may be a little advanced Book level for some r

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review Ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Isaac Asimov

Ries murders and conspiracies of seemingly impossible dimensionsWith all the skills of Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot combined these six men and their ever faithful waiter Henry take on challenging cases that will tease your deductive skills to the limit and keep you g Asimov turned his hand at writing many genres and styles some better than others after all he is known for his science fiction after all BUT I think mysteries come a close second The tales of the black widowers and the subseuent euals which I will read once I find them along with the Union Club mysteries are perfect examples of the after dinner who dunnit story Each one is presented as a tale from one of the diners for the pleasure and confusion of the rest of he attendees The stories are short and entertaining and never controversial usually with the conclusion presented in a manner of fact way In the modern world of complex conspiracies and deplorable schemes these stories can be seen as antiuated and out classed but to me they are what they are after dinner entertainment I have been reading and re reading Asimov for almost as long as I have been reading and I have never grown bored or jaded with either his style or composition In fact if anything I have grown and fond of his work as the years go by Though this book will never win and accolades in the mystery genre it does bring back fond memories which for me at least is than enough motivation I need to read them

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Uessing to the very endContents Casebook of PDF or The Acuisitive Chuckle Ph as in Phony Truth to Tell Go Little Book Early Sunday Morning The Obvious Factor The Pointing Finger Miss What The Lullaby of Broadway Yankee Doodle Went to Town The Curious Omission Out of Sight With the greatest respect and admiration for Dr A I have to say nevertheless that this has to be the most boring thing I have ever read a collection of dull and predictable stories I hate to say this but would they have even been published if they hadn t been written by Isaac Asimov No I mean it really boring As boring as cold shit as boring as watching paint dry as boring as a six hour lecture by Isaac Asimov entitled Why I Am So Great followed by a two hour session in which Dr A shares some his excruciatingly bad jokes for a new collection of humour and if you don t laugh you get dragged outside and shot Seriously don t waste your time

review Ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Isaac Asimov

There were six of them the Black eBook #180 Professional men and their waiter They gather at the Milano Restaurant once a month for good food and good conversation But lately the Black Widowers have added a new entertainment to their meetings They have begun to solve myste I was in the mood to read something light so I picked this up even though I do not have much of an opinion of Dr Asimov as a mystery writer I had read one of these collections during my early twenties when I was a hardcore fan of Asimov and was less exacting in terms of expectations from the books I read therefore I had found them mildly interesting But alas the magic has worn offI did not finish these book but dropped it after four or five stories These are just parlour puzzles plots revolving around simplistic and sometimes outright silly devices the kind you can ask as riddles to your friends in after dinner conversations It is evident that Asimov was a fan of Agatha Christie and the tales are reminiscent of The Thirteen Problems but comes nowhere near them in whodunit ualityI wish the good doctor had stuck to writing what he was good at Agatha Christie never tried her hand at science fiction