The Mystery of the Yellow Room is Gaston Leroux's masterpiece, and it turned out to be his most successful book during his lifetime. It is one of the classics of early twentieth century detective fiction.At the heart of the novel is this enigma: how could a murder take place inside a locked room that shows no sign of being entered? The novel is also about the rivalry between the detective Frederick Larson and a young investigative journalist, Rouletabille, to solve the case. Larson finds a suspect who is put on trial, only to have him cleared by Rouletabille, who reveals in the most dramatic fashion the identity of the real murderer.This atmospheric thriller is still a favorite of whodunit fans everywhere.More
Listeners' wits are sure to be tested in this classic "whodunit" from the great detective writer Gaston Leroux. And with the award-winning narrator, Simon Vance, giving his customary suspense-filled performance, the tension is felt as soon as one hits "play". In The Mystery of the Yellow Room, a young journalist and amateur detective, Joseph Rouletabille, attempts to figure out how the daughter of a famous scientist was found severely injured in a room that appears to be locked from within. Leroux's story is one of the first and best examples of the locked room mysteries, and listeners will enjoy attempting to beat young Rouletabille to the solution.
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