The Diamond Pin


Read by Celine Major

(4 stars; 40 reviews)

Eccentric and wealthy New York widow Ursula Pell loves playing cruel jokes on her guests and particularly on her niece and nephew who are destined to inherit the millions in gems left to her by her late husband. Therefore when she is found brutally murdered in a locked room the morning after a dinner party her niece Iris the most recent victim of Ursula's humiliating pranks is first suspected until all the clues point to her nephew. Where did she stash the gemstones and the much mentioned diamond pin promised Iris. Enter Fleming Stone, famous detective who hopefully can prove the innocence of the nephew, the true value of the diamond pin and discover WHO killed Mrs. Pell. - Summary by Celine Major (5 hr 49 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 20:01 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 2 20:30 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 3 19:22 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 4 18:04 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 5 19:07 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 6 19:27 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 7 19:44 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 8 19:46 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 9 19:22 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 10 19:09 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 11 19:02 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 12 18:47 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 13 19:14 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 14 19:24 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 15 20:04 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 16 18:40 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 17 18:07 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 18 21:34 Read by Celine Major

Reviews

Entertaining tale as usual from Carolyn Wells. Nice clear reading by the volunt…

(4.5 stars)

Entertaining tale as usual from Carolyn Wells. Nice clear reading by the volunteer too, Celine Major 👍

fantastic

(5 stars)

well read...story did not drag. lots of good characters

The Diamind Pin

(5 stars)

I quite enjoyed this one. Wells writes to a formula but this one had less romance and more detective work which was nice. The reader took me a minute to get used to but after that I enjoyed listening to her. Good book if you want a comfy predictable mystery.

ridiculous story

(1.5 stars)

Good reader, silly characters, overly complex, inane plot, not worth the rime to listen to.