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The Seven Secrets

William Le Queux (1864-1927)

1. 01 - Introduces Ambler Jevons
2. 02 - A Very Ugly Secret
3. 03 - The Courtenays
4. 04 - A Night Call
5. 05 - Discloses A Mystery
6. 06 - In Which I Make A Discovery
7. 07 - The Man Short And His Story
8. 08 - Ambler Jevons Is Inquisitive
9. 09 - Shadows
10. 10 - Which Puzzles The Doctors
11. 11 - Concerns My Private Affairs
12. 12 - I Receive A Visitor
13. 13 - My Love
14. 14 - Is Distinctly Curious
15. 15 - I Am Called For Consultation
16. 16 - Reveals An Astounding Fact
17. 17 - Discusses Several Matters
18. 18 - Words Of The Dead
19. 19 - Jevons Grows Mysterious
20. 20 - My New Patient
21. 21 - Woman's Wiles
22. 22 - A Message
23. 23 - The Mystery of Mary
24. 24 - Ethelwynn Is Silent
25. 25 - Forms A Bewildering Enigma
26. 26 - Ambler Jevons Is Busy
27. 27 - Mr. Lane's Romance
28. 28 - Poor Mrs. Courtenay
29. 29 - The Police Are At Fault
30. 30 - Sir Bernard's Decision
31. 31 - Contains The Plain Truth

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Summary

A true “whodunit” with as many twists and turns as an English country road. Old man Courtenay is found murdered in his bed. Dr. Ralph Boyd is summoned to Courtenay Manor to examine the slain man and discovers a clue that might solve the case. But, he decides to keep the clue private for personal reasons. In the meantime, Scotland Yard has no clues as the culprits or the motive. Dr. Boyd, because of his new found clue, is sure he knows who is the murderer. Or, is it a murderess? His intimate acquaintance, Ambler Jevons, is also investigating the crime but Dr. Boyd does not share his discoveries with him. Sure of his findings, a bizarre midnight encounter turns all Boyd's judgments upside down and the case becomes more peculiar than when it started. What are the seven secrets needed to decode this murder, or is it a conspiracy? One needs to listen to the end to discover the truth.