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The Man in Lower Ten

Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958)

1. 01 - I - I Go to Pittsburg
2. 02 - II - A Torn Telegram
3. 03 - III - Across the Aisle; IV - Numbers Seven and Nine
4. 04 - V - The Woman in the Next Car; VI - The Girl in Blue
5. 05 - VII - A Fine Gold Chain; VIII - The Second Section
6. 06 - IX - The Halcyon Breakfast; X - Miss West's Request
7. 07 - XI - The Name Was Sullivan
8. 08 - XII - The Gold Bag
9. 09 - XII - Faded Roses
10. 10 - XIV - The Trap-Door
11. 11 - XV - The Cinematograph
12. 12 - XVI - The Shadow of a Girl
13. 13 - XVII - At the Farm-House Again
14. 14 - XVIII - A New World; XIX - At the Table Next
15. 15 - XX - The Notes and a Bargain; XXI - McNight's Theory
16. 16 - XXII - At the Boarding-House
17. 17 - XXIII - A Night at the Laurels
18. 18 - XXIV - His Wife's Father
19. 19 - XXV - At the Station
20. 20 - XXVI - On to Richmond
21. 21 - XXVII - The Sea, the Sand, the Stars
22. 22 - XXVIII - Alison's Story
23. 23 - XXIX - In the Dining-Room
24. 24 - XXX - Finer Details
25. 25 - XXXI - And Only One Arm

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Summary

Someone had to take the bank notes to Pittsburgh and take a statement from John Gilmore confirming that they were indeed forged. It was McKnight's turn to go, but he was bagging off because he wanted to spend the weekend visiting Alison West in Richmond. And so his law partner, Lawrence Blakeley, is left with no choice but to make the trip himself. All goes well at first, but on the train home, Blakeley wakes to find that the notes, along with his clothes, are missing from his sleeping berth. It was an eventful night. In addition to the theft, there's been a murder in the berth across, and when the weapon is found under Blakeley's pillow, he becomes one of the prime suspects.

Reviews

tovarisch

- A must listen

The book is riveting and the reading is perfect!

Bernie

- The Man in Lower Ten

Good story and wonderfully narrated by MaryAnn.