Dead Men's Money


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(4.4 stars; 153 reviews)

This classic mystery produces its first dead body during a clandestine midnight meeting. Already nothing is what it seems... (Summary by Gesine) (7 hr 39 min)

Chapters

Chapter I 12:06 Read by Esther
Chapter II 15:47 Read by Lucy Burgoyne (1950 - 2014)
Chapter III 10:34 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Chapter IV 13:22 Read by Stephanie König
Chapter V 12:22 Read by Esther
Chapter VI 11:52 Read by Esther
Chapter VII 13:36 Read by Alan Chant
Chapter VIII 12:57 Read by Hazel Chant
Chapter IX 11:58 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapter X 12:04 Read by Gesine
Chapter XI 14:44 Read by Ian Skillen
Chapter XII 10:40 Read by Esther
Chapter XIII 14:57 Read by Lucy Burgoyne (1950 - 2014)
Chapter XIV 11:07 Read by Nichole Karl
Chapter XV 10:43 Read by Nichole Karl
Chapter XVI 10:16 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Chapter XVII 9:53 Read by Karen Savage
Chapter XVIII 11:08 Read by Esther
Chapter XIX 11:45 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Chapter XX 13:11 Read by Ian Skillen
Chapter XXI 9:59 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Chapter XXII 9:19 Read by Karen Savage
Chapter XXIII 11:05 Read by Nichole Karl
Chapter XXIV 11:24 Read by Esther
Chapter XXV 11:23 Read by Robin Cotter
Chapter XXVI 12:48 Read by Gesine
Chapter XXVII 10:20 Read by Karen Savage
Chapter XXVIII 14:12 Read by Lucy Burgoyne (1950 - 2014)
Chapter XXIX 12:51 Read by Ian Skillen
Chapter XXX 12:13 Read by Esther
Chapter XXXI 13:54 Read by Alan Chant
Chapter XXXII 10:14 Read by Karen Savage
Chapter XXXIII 14:27 Read by Nichole Karl
Chapter XXXIV 12:16 Read by Nichole Karl
Chapter XXXV 13:06 Read by Alok Karulkar
Chapter XXXVI 11:52 Read by Esther
Chapter XXXVII 22:37 Read by Karen Savage

Reviews

well done and fun


(5 stars)

I liked this book, love all by this author. Need more of them. Great mystery and love the English atmosphere.


(5 stars)

The readers all did an excellent job, many are among favorite single readers. This book is by far the best I've read by the author. The main character is a bit dim witted, but it just added to the suspense.


(3 stars)

I just couldn't get into this book. Too many characters maybe? All I know is that I couldn't wait to be done.

Excellent Mystery


(4 stars)

This is written as though one of the characters was telling the story, so as I was wondering early on why he didn't tell someone about . . ., but at the same time the author (with the benefit of hindsight) was asking himself the very same thing. Oh well, had he told someone, it wouldn't have been much of a mystery, now would it? The plot kept me quite engaged and in the dark until the last few chapters. I would recommend it to those who enjoy mysteries as an easy and entertaining book to listen to. This was a LibriVox group recording, with many familiar voices. All of the readers did a fine job.

anit her great one by JS. Fletcher


(4.5 stars)

The only reason I didn't give this one 5 stars is the reading. It's not that anybody did a bad job...they all did very well and some great (though I prefer the ones read by a single narrator, I realize that's a huge commitment and I can't have that every time). The problem I had was the sound levels. Some readers used very low volume and since I listen mostly in the car, I have to turn it way up. Then come the commercials at top volume.!

story was good, some of the reading not so


(3 stars)

I like JS Fletcher's mysteries, but there were some chapters of this one that I read rather than listened to due to poor readers. I'm sure they try, but some readers are difficult to listen to and I found myself a bit frustrated with it at times.

good!!


(5 stars)

How many did they have to kill off??? Oh well it was good anyways. The one man reader is supper hard to understand when you're trying to listen so close and get the names of people. He kinda ran his word together and had a strong English accent.


(4.5 stars)

a great book enjoy it very much it wad was very good suspense story and I do appreciate all the readers for taking the time to read the book so thank you to all may god bless you