Originally Posted by WT Sharpe
I third Fer de Lance by Rex Stout. Not sure if it can be considered a classic, but it has a very unusual ending for a mystery story that I didn't see coming.
And can someone second and third Discourse on the Method? Don't let the fact that it's philosophy or that it's nearly 400 years old throw you. It's short, very readable, and still controversial after all those years.
That would be a second
for Discourse on the Method
, unless I've missed something.
Updated thru Post #37.