that others besides Larry Correia have had to deal with.
The League of Frightened Men, Chamberlain pronounced in his review
is a mystery story that has imaginative qualities beyond the ordinary....The writing...is good-humored, breezy, colloquial. The characterization is sharp, and reminds me constantly of the fact that Rex Stout was a legitimate novelist before he took up the trade of mystery monger.
I think Correia's response to this kind of crap has been "Oh, that's terrible! I'll have to console myself with my hot wife and myself sleeping on our mattress stuffed with money!"
If you haven't read any of the Nero Wolfe novels, and you like mysteries at all, you should give them a try.