Red Money


Read by Sharon Kilmer

(4.3 stars; 80 reviews)

Greed and lost love collide to create dark secrets. Through twists and turns, corrupt aristocrats let family and honor overshadow love and true happiness. In the end, evil passes and good endures. (Summary by Sharon Kilmer) (9 hr 49 min)

Chapters

The Drama of Little Things 27:19 Read by Sharon Kilmer
In the Wood 27:17 Read by Sharon Kilmer
An Unexpected Recognition 28:06 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Secrets 26:01 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Woman And the Man 29:14 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Man And the Woman 30:44 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Secretary 25:52 Read by Sharon Kilmer
At Midnight 26:24 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Afterwards 25:38 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Difficult Position 27:45 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Blackmail 29:20 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Conspiracy 29:22 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Friend in Need 26:38 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Miss Greeby, Detective 27:15 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Guesswork 26:40 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Last Straw 27:21 Read by Sharon Kilmer
On the Trail 29:27 Read by Sharon Kilmer
An Amazing Accusation 26:45 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Mother Cockleshell 29:30 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Destined End 35:29 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Final Surprise 27:23 Read by Sharon Kilmer

Reviews


(4 stars)

"For the honor of the family name", a scoundrel is allowed to continue their wickedness. How is that possibly call "Honor". I believe it more honorable to stop and expose evil, than hide it.

Good story, reader mispronounces a lot


(3 stars)

A selfish, gluttonous lord, eating himself into deep debt, forces his sister to marry a rich man without love, so the lord can suck as much money out of him as possible. The sister does so, and honorably - she represses the love she has for her cousin, poor, and heir to the title. And the cousin is honorable, too, staying away from her, staying busy by painting a beautiful gypsy girl in a cottage in the woods, near the gypsy camp. Then the troubles begin. Good story; reader has so many mispronounced words, they're in every chapter. "Sententiously" is a common one, but excusable, I suppose. But "funeral pyre" in the second last chapter? I applaud her putting herself out there, but it certainly grates on the ears to hear so many mispronunciations.


(4 stars)

There's a lot of unrequited love for 1 man, selfishness, & gypsies in this story. There is a murder to solve but there is more of a focus on the characters. The summary is accurate.

Good story, fairly good reader


(4 stars)

Interesting story and worth a listen. Sharon Kilmer is a good reader, though there was a mispronunciation in Chapter 10 - the word is "apoplectic", not "apocalyptic".

Too much gypsy speech


(1 stars)

Reader is great, but the story is drawn out and not so interesting

Connie Green


(4 stars)

I found this to be an interesting story and well read.

THE ULTIMATE ALLEGORY


(5 stars)

Hume never wastes time with a drawn out ending.