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Publisher's Summary

An old fashioned mystery that will have the listener guessing from beginning to end! A classic whodunit filled with plot twists.

When our detective hero Carlton Davies is called to the home of Ruth Darwin late at night, he once again can't help wondering what it was that forced her to marry Phillip Darwin, a powerful banker. Ruth and he and been engaged until suddenly she broke off the engagement. Hinting at some sort of blackmail, Carlton once more takes up the search to find out what it was only to find Ruth with a (literally) smoking gun in her hand...

Marion Harvey was an American writer. Her mystery books were very well received fiction in the 1920's.

Jack Brown is a passionate reader of classic and genre oriented literature. He enjoys creating high quality audio books.
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3 out of 5 stars
By AtaraMac on 03-29-18

Worst reader ever

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I hate to criticize a reader as I imagine it must be hard to do this job but this was really the worst reader I've ever listened to.

Would you be willing to try another one of Jack Brown’s performances?

No.

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