The Mystery of the Sycamore


Read by Sharon Kilmer

(4.4 stars; 55 reviews)

Instead of prison time, former governor, Samuel Appleby, sentences his former rival, Daniel Wheeler to imprisonment on his homestead with a very strange addendum. He then endeavors to convince Mr. Wheeler to endorse his son’s candidacy for governor with a promise of commuting his sentence. In the meantime, Samuel Appleby is murdered in Wheeler’s home. The discovery of the identity of the murderer has many twists and turns filled with love, devotion, gumshoe dialog, and weird circumstances that will delight the listener in a most unusual way. (Summary by Sharon Kilmer) (7 hr 22 min)

Chapters

The Letter that Said Come 24:45 Read by Sharon Kilmer
North Door and South Door 25:24 Read by Sharon Kilmer
One Last Argument 24:34 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Big Sycamore Tree 24:47 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Bugle Sounded Taps 26:05 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Other Heir 25:20 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Inquiries 24:09 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Confessions 22:44 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Counter-Confessions 24:05 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Phantom Bugler 23:26 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Fleming Stone 24:27 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Garage Fire 23:29 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Sara Wheeler 23:29 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Rachel's Story 23:01 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Awful Truth 25:26 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Maida's Decision 24:52 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Maida and her Father 24:03 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Final Confession 28:06 Read by Sharon Kilmer

Reviews

ok reader

(3 stars)

2018 - not one of my favorite stories but ok. parts repeat which can be annoying. I've been craving a new mystery, so thank you sharon.

oddest pronunciation of Massachusetts Ever

(3.5 stars)

Okay story, okay reader, but where did she learn to pronounce Massachusetts as “Massatooses”?

nursenancy

(5 stars)

Interesting mystery. Good reader! So what if Massachusetts wasn’t pronounced right!!

(5 stars)

I liked it. Thank you all

good mystery and we'll read

(5 stars)

this is a well done mystery for the time period. Fleming Stone to the rescue again. He is egotistical and reserved, showing up only when things are a total mess. Nice to have the book read by a single reader.