Summary

A fast-paced and varied collection of captivating short stories ranging from action thrillers to poignant tear-jerkers to the downright weird.



"Jerry Bundler" by W. W. Jacobs
"The Umbrella Mender" by Beatrice Harraden
"Green Ink" by J. S. Fletcher
"Why Herbert Killed His Mother" by Winifred Holtby
"The Red Mark" by Israel Zangwill
"The White Kid Glove" by J. S. Fletcher
"Sophy Mason Comes Back" by E. M. Delafield
"The Influence Fails" by J. S. Fletcher
"The Cry of a Century" by Richard Middleton & Edgar Jepson
"Royal Visitors" by E. F. Benson
"The Last Adventure" by Richard Middleton
"The Child in the Garden" by Leonard Merrick
"Arthur Jermyn" by H. P. Lovecraft
"Skinflint" by J. S. Fletcher
"The House of Haddock" by Arthur Morrison
"The Mad Hatter" by Morley Roberts
"The Disorder of the Bath" by Arthur Morrison
"The Secret of the Barbican" by J. S. Fletcher
"The Mystery of the Octagon Room" by Eimar O'Duffy

Plus 30 more riveting stories.
Public Domain (P)2017 Red Door Audiobooks
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1 out of 5 stars
By paul morgan on 08-04-18

unbearable reading. most irritating repetitive

Reader is horrendous. sing-song repetitive tones , totally limited range of voice modulations and tones completely out of sync with mood of stories. worst reader i ever heard

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