Stout, Rex. Pleasantville, NY: ImPress (1965). . Reprint. 207 pp. No dust jacket. Small stain to rear free endpaper. “Rachel Bruner, a wealthy society widow, turns to Nero Wolfe in The Doorbell Rang. She writes him a check for $100,000 and asks him to stop the FBI from spying on her and her family. She will pay more if he is successful. He takes the case, and soon Wolfe and Archie are confronting FBI agents, murder, and threats as they search for answers.” – LJ Book: Very Good. Dust Jacket: .