The Diamond Master


Read by Dawn Larsen

(4.5 stars; 44 reviews)

A perfect diamond worth millions is mailed, in a plain package, to a diamond dealer. Then he finds that identical diamonds were delivered to other diamond dealers. Where did the gems come from? Who sent them? And why? (Introduction by Dawn) (3 hr 15 min)

Chapters

The First Diamond 12:19 Read by Dawn Larsen
Tweedledum and Tweedledee 8:17 Read by Dawn Larsen
Thursday at Three 15:28 Read by Dawn Larsen
The Unlimited Supply 14:15 Read by Dawn Larsen
The Astute Mr. Birnes 17:25 Read by Dawn Larsen
The Mysterious Woman 6:13 Read by Dawn Larsen
A Winged Messenger 1:56 Read by Dawn Larsen
Some Conjectures 10:37 Read by Dawn Larsen
And More Diamonds 11:17 Read by Dawn Larsen
The Big Game 13:58 Read by Dawn Larsen
The Silent Bell 13:47 Read by Dawn Larsen
The Third Degree 8:07 Read by Dawn Larsen
Mr. Czenki Appears 8:17 Read by Dawn Larsen
Caught in the Net 11:14 Read by Dawn Larsen
The Truth in Part 14:35 Read by Dawn Larsen
Mr. Czenki Explains 12:42 Read by Dawn Larsen
The Great Cube 14:36 Read by Dawn Larsen

Reviews

A fast-paced mystery


(5 stars)

Much of the enjoyment of an audio book depends on the skill of the reader. Dawn Larsen is one of the best, and does a great job with this book. Her voice is pleasant, clear, and expressive. The story itself is brief but fast-paced and provides an interesting look at the diamond industry. There are some very clever scenes in the story. If you are a fan of the 1960s television series "Mission: Impossible", this story may remind you of the episode called "The Diamond". I won't provide any spoilers, but there are some commonalities between the episode and this story.

Very unexoected end, well read.


(5 stars)

Quite a plot twist at the end. It was a good story, and the end was totally unexpected. Unfortunately the end seemed contrived. Well read.


(4.5 stars)

very interesting presence amazing information about the diamond industry excellent mystery and extremely well-read by the reader


(3 stars)

Book was ok but dawn is 5 stars; I’ve listened to most of her books now

Good reader, OK story


(3 stars)

Seems a little forced and rather unbelievable.