I just finished reading "Murder in the Ball Park", a Nero Wolfe story written by Robert Goldsborough, who has also written several other Wolfe mysteries. The copy I have was published by Mysteriouspress.com. I am very impressed with this novel, and it closely resembles the stories written by Rex Stout. There is great attention to detail, even including items such as food and clients' attire, similar to Rex Stout. The back-and-forth banter between Wolfe and Archie is delightful. The mystery element is very clever, and I was still guessing the identity of the killer until the very end. As I read the book, I kept picturing the characters from the A&E Wolfe series with Maury Chaykin and Timothy Hutton, which helped bring the story to life. I have recently purchased a second Wolfe novel by Goldsborough called "Archie in the Cross Hairs", which I will read over my summer vacation from work in a couple weeks. I highly recommend this novel to old mystery movie fans.