The Million-Dollar Suitcase


Read by Mark Nelson

(4.6 stars; 129 reviews)

Private detective Jerry Boyne is hot on the heels of a bank teller who has just embezzled nearly a million dollars in a suitcase. Cornered in his seventh-story apartment, the thief seems to vanish into thin air. Boyne continues the chase, aided by Barbara Wallace, a young women with observational and deductive powers that put Sherlock Holmes to shame. - Summary by Mark Nelson (8 hr 47 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 24:44 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 2 17:12 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 3 29:39 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 4 19:29 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 5 12:59 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 6 16:56 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 7 18:37 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 8 22:19 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 9 14:02 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 10 23:49 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 11 21:52 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 12 17:12 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 13 12:43 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 14 14:10 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 15 11:18 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 16 15:59 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 17 11:26 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 18 13:23 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 19 20:59 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 20 7:30 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 21 16:22 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 22 9:50 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 23 13:59 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 24 15:17 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 25 18:02 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 26 19:56 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 27 32:14 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 28 17:02 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 29 12:44 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 30 14:47 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 31 10:51 Read by Mark Nelson

Reviews

An outstanding story


(5 stars)

As always, I will start by saying this book was BRILLIANTLY read! The story itself is entertaining, twisting and turning its way through the plot to a surprising conclusion. Absolutely wonderful to listen to! Please remember, this book was written nearly 100 years ago and some references to ethnicity are outside of what is acceptable today. This does not mean avoid the book or get all precious about the (approx 5 or so) references you will hear. It is merely a reflection of a bygone era and as such should not cause offence. ENJOY THE STORY!


(4 stars)

The story is interesting. A woman was pushed as a child to deduce things others can't and to notice & remember things/people that others can't. She & her skills seem a bit hokey but this didn't detract much from the story. She loves the suspected man so she uses her skills to help the detective solve the case. There are many twists here. The reader is very good.

Murder mystery


(4.5 stars)

Thought this a good mystery. Author did a good job of creating intrigue. I usually don't listen to murder mysteries, but because of Mark's incredible reading, I chose this one. . Glad I did

errata - and apologies


(4 stars)

Nicely plotted and a sweet ending. Well narrated Mark Nelson. Sorry for the mistype of readers name- (sometimes I hate spellcheck). Cindy Barnett

Greeeeeat Story


(5 stars)

Twists and turns galore. I suspected nearly everyone in the story at one point or another. Listen!!! It's great stuff. Great reader too.

a tangled mystery


(5 stars)

Try to keep all those clues straight and see if you can figure it out. Fun.

romance and mystery - beach time!


(3 stars)

Nicely plotted and a sweet ending. Well narrated Byatt Nelson. Recommended.

Good overall story, but too much old school racism, and went into too much deta…


(3 stars)