Mr. Justice Raffles


Read by Cate Barratt

(4.7 stars; 68 reviews)

A. J. Raffles is a British gentleman thief of some renown who, in this, the hero's final adventure, ironically demonstrates a sense of morality by teaching a London East End loan shark a lesson. The book was later made into a movie, as well as a British television series. (Summary by Cathy Barratt) (5 hr 27 min)

Chapters

01 - An Inaugural Banquet 12:50 Read by Cate Barratt
02 - "His Own Familiar Friend" 16:54 Read by Cate Barratt
03 - Council of War 15:11 Read by Cate Barratt
04 - "Our Mr. Shylock" 16:36 Read by Cate Barratt
05 - Thin Air 16:58 Read by Cate Barratt
06 - Camilla Belsize 15:36 Read by Cate Barratt
07 - In Which We Fail to Score 14:51 Read by Cate Barratt
08 - The State of the Case 11:49 Read by Cate Barratt
09 - A Triple Alliance 23:28 Read by Cate Barratt
10 - "My Raffles Right or Wrong" 16:24 Read by Cate Barratt
11 - A Dash in the Dark 14:48 Read by Cate Barratt
12 - A Midsummer Night's Work 17:09 Read by Cate Barratt
13 - Knocked Out 14:00 Read by Cate Barratt
14 - Corpus Delicti 21:11 Read by Cate Barratt
15 - Trial by Raffles 27:37 Read by Cate Barratt
16 - Watch and Ward 25:12 Read by Cate Barratt
17 - A Secret Service 16:19 Read by Cate Barratt
18 - The Death of a Sinner 22:26 Read by Cate Barratt
19 - Apologia 8:40 Read by Cate Barratt

Reviews

Excellent story - bit of a sad ending


(5 stars)

A cracksman finds a reason to go on the straight and narrow. He teaches a certain bad guy a good lesson. The reason he does so is unexpected. The story is excellent. I am going back and downloading the other two in the series. The reader did an excellent job, and the recording quality was great. Thank you Cathy. :-)


(4.5 stars)

Action tale built around the romantic ideals of the generations that were to be crucified in the slaughterhouse of WW1.

Mr Justice Raffles


(4.5 stars)

Nothing like a crook with a big hart. This is a great listen.

Mr. Justice Raffles


(5 stars)

Well Read, Fun listen and recommended... Thanks!


(4 stars)

The short stories were snappier but still was enjoyable

very good


(5 stars)

if you're a Raffles fan, you'll love this. well read!