Summary

"Checkmate." That was the last word uttered to Charlie Chan and Prefect of Police Claude DeBevre by a dying reporter. The man had been murdered... stabbed to death and left to die in a vacant hotel room. It is the second murder in 24 hours at the Transcontinental Chess Tournament, and Charlie Chan has been summoned from a peaceful and long-deserved vacation to help solve the crime before international scandal ruins the tournament's good name!
Originally published in Charlie Chan's Mystery Magazine in 1974, this is the first audiobook appearance of The Pawns of Death.
©2003 Bill Pronzini (P)2011 Wildside Press LLC
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3 out of 5 stars
By Jenny Pankhurst on 20-12-11

not long enough

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The story seemed to be to short.It all happened so quickly.

Would you recommend Charlie Chan in The Pawns of Death to your friends? Why or why not?

Yes if they like short mystery stories

What does Wayne June bring to the story that you wouldn???t experience if you just read the book?

It adds to the story to hear the different quality of the words with good expressions and different voices

Was Charlie Chan in The Pawns of Death worth the listening time?

Yes

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