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Rayner-Slade Amalgamation

Joseph Smith Fletcher (1863-1935)

1. 01 - The Midnight Ride
2. 02 - The Dead Man
3. 03 - The Shoe Buckle
4. 04 - Mr. Franklin Fullaway
5. 05 - The Nastirsevitch Jewels
6. 06 - The Prima Donna's Portrait
7. 07 - The Frantic Impresario
8. 08 - The Jewel Box
9. 09- The Lady's Maid's Mother
10. 10 - The Second Murder
11. 11 - The Russian Bank-Notes
12. 12 - The Third Murder
13. 13 - Ambler Appleyard
14. 14 - Fifty Thousand Pounds Reward
15. 15 - The Bayswater Boarding-house
16. 16 - Mr. Gerald Rayner
17. 17 - The Photograph
18. 18 - Definite Suspicion
19. 19 - The Late Call
20. 20 - Number Fifty-three
21. 21 - The Young Man who Led Pugs
22. 22 - Thick Fog
23. 23 - The Possible Death Warrant
24. 24 - Concerning Carl Federman
25. 25 - The Card on the Door
26. 26 - Participant in the Secret
27. 27 - The Millionaire, the Stranger, and the Princess
28. 28 - The First Pursuit
29. 29 - The Parcel from Hull
30. 30 - The Packet in the Safe
31. 31 - The Hyde Park Tea-house
32. 32 - The Chilverton Anti-Climax
33. 33 - The Smart Miss Slade
34. 34 - Merrifield Explains
35. 35 - The Allerdyke Way

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Summary

Marshall Allerdyke is driving through the night from London to Hull in response to an urgent telegram from his cousin. As he nears Hull, a beautiful woman stops his car to ask for directions to Scotland. Odd time to be traveling so far and in such a hurry, but Allerdyke's mind is elsewhere. When he finally arrives in Hull, he finds his cousin dead in his hotel room and a valuable consignment of jewels missing. Allerdyke's only clue rests with that woman hurrying off to Scotland.

Reviews

Claudia, March 9, 2020

Good and enjoyable story. The reader Mary Anne is great!

terry

another good story by Fletcher, with all the twists and turns at which he's so good. MaryAnne (sp?) is a very, very delightful reader.