Cynthia Wakeham's Money


Read by Richard Kilmer

(4.3 stars; 33 reviews)

A young lawyer is called to the house of a dying woman to draw up her will. While searching for her legal heirs, meets a beautiful woman with a mysterious scar. The lawyer soon finds that his search for the heirs leads to some very unusual occurrences. (Summary by Richard Kilmer) (8 hr 46 min)

Chapters

Book 1 A Village Mystery - A Woman's Face 13:38 Read by Richard Kilmer
A Lawyer's Adventure 27:22 Read by Richard Kilmer
Continuation of a Lawyer's Adventure 14:08 Read by Richard Kilmer
Flint and Steel 14:20 Read by Richard Kilmer
Difficulties 15:37 Read by Richard Kilmer
Young Men's Fancies 23:37 Read by Richard Kilmer
The Way Opens 13:15 Read by Richard Kilmer
A Search and its Results 19:30 Read by Richard Kilmer
The Two Sisters 7:27 Read by Richard Kilmer
Doris 17:51 Read by Richard Kilmer
Love 20:51 Read by Richard Kilmer
How Much Did it Mean? 31:39 Read by Richard Kilmer
Fresh Doubts 12:13 Read by Richard Kilmer
In the Night Watches 13:01 Read by Richard Kilmer
Book 2 The Secret of the Laboratory - The Beginning of Changes 17:28 Read by Richard Kilmer
A Strange Visitor 18:07 Read by Richard Kilmer
Two Conversations 19:33 Read by Richard Kilmer
Suspense 17:20 Read by Richard Kilmer
A Discovery 11:03 Read by Richard Kilmer
The Devil's Cauldron 31:21 Read by Richard Kilmer
In the Laboratory 11:18 Read by Richard Kilmer
Steel Meets Steel 15:54 Read by Richard Kilmer
A Growing Horror 18:35 Read by Richard Kilmer
Father and Child 18:12 Read by Richard Kilmer
Edgar and Frank 10:53 Read by Richard Kilmer
Book 3 Uncle and Niece - The White Powder 11:36 Read by Richard Kilmer
The Hand of Huckins 22:08 Read by Richard Kilmer
In Extermity 10:05 Read by Richard Kilmer
In the Poplar Walk 13:17 Read by Richard Kilmer
The Final Terror 18:59 Read by Richard Kilmer
An Eventful Quarter of an Hour 8:41 Read by Richard Kilmer
The Specter of the Laboratory 7:55 Read by Richard Kilmer

Reviews

Thoroughly enjoyed

(5 stars)

Great story from the the American Victorian era. Of course very dramatic and full of mystery. This was my first Anna Katherine Green book. Look forward to listening to more of hers. Reader has a pleasant voice and does a fair job, but reads with an odd rythmn