The Pequod Review:
Some Buried Caesar finds Nero Wolfe in an unfamiliar environment — out of the house, and stranded at a country estate after a minor car accident on his way to an orchid convention. A young man at the estate is discovered gored, presumably by the prize bull, but Wolfe suspects foul play. This book has some of the wittiest and wisest-cracking Wolfe/Goodwin interactions, and one of the better plots in the entire series. Highly recommended.