Brood of the Witch Queen


Read by Don W. Jenkins

(4.3 stars; 39 reviews)

A swan suffers a mysterious death, its neck wrung by apparent supernatural forces. A young woman dies alone in a hospital room, apparently strangled by mysterious means. Sir Michael Ferrara is found strangled in his bedroom with no one else there. Dr. Bruce Cairn and his son Robert are faced with a mystery that involves deeper, darker, more ancient forces than they could have imagined. Who is Sir Michael's adopted son Antony really? And who is the brood of the Witch Queen? - Summary by Don W. Jenkins (7 hr 6 min)

Chapters

Antony Ferrara 17:28 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Phantom Hands 12:14 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Ring of Thoth 20:50 Read by Don W. Jenkins
At Ferrara's Chambers 15:24 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Rustling Shadows 22:06 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Beetles 9:53 Read by Don W. Jenkins
Sir Elwin Graves' Patient 10:38 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Secret of Dhoon 14:01 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Polish Jewess 8:10 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Laughter 17:48 Read by Don W. Jenkins
Cairo 14:13 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Mask of Set 8:21 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Scorpion Wind 22:42 Read by Don W. Jenkins
Dr. Cairn Arrives 8:46 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Witch-Queen 19:25 Read by Don W. Jenkins
Lair of the Spiders 18:26 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Story of Ali Mohammed 9:23 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Bats 22:21 Read by Don W. Jenkins
Anthropomancy 13:44 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Incense 8:46 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Magician 8:23 Read by Don W. Jenkins
Myra 9:53 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Face in the Orchid House 9:35 Read by Don W. Jenkins
Flowering of the Lotus 11:18 Read by Don W. Jenkins
Cairn Meets Ferrara 14:52 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Ivory Hand 15:19 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Thug's Cord 12:17 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The High Priest Hortotef 23:35 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Wizard's Den 12:34 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Elemental 8:37 Read by Don W. Jenkins
The Book of Thoth 5:29 Read by Don W. Jenkins

Reviews

Fairly good tale

(4 stars)

Story is a little choppy. Reader did a good job. He seemed to have fun voicing different characters.

ez bad at all

(4 stars)

Well read but the feline friend truly added to the feel for the book lol

great reading, clever old story

(5 stars)

Excellent gradual revealing of the mystery. Great reading, as usual.

Read it first over 50 years ago. AF still haunts my dreams.

(5 stars)

Interesting plot... though it feels somewhat hurried

(3.5 stars)