The founder of the Black Widowers has died, and he leaves a large amount in his will to the current member who is the barest.

It’s a bit of a shock to find out after so long a time about the man who started the Black Widowers, and that may be the reason why I don’t like the story more than I do. Or it may be that it more intensely involves the Black Widowers themselves than is usually the case. Otherwise, it’s actually fairly good, with a long succession of wordplays culminating the Henry’s correct and neat solution.