Scarhaven Keep


Read by Cate Barratt

(4.5 stars; 262 reviews)

The northern English sea coast provides a compelling backdrop for this genre of writing; a mysterious disappearance, a love interest, and plot twists 'se mijotent' to produce an intriguing read. (Summary by Cate Barratt) (7 hr 33 min)

Chapters

01 - I. Wanted at Rehearsal 13:38 Read by Cate Barratt
02 - II. Grey Rook and Grey Sea 17:26 Read by Cate Barratt
03 - III. The Man Who Knew Something 14:50 Read by Cate Barratt
04 - IV. The Estate Agent 14:50 Read by Cate Barratt
05 - V. The Greyle History 14:58 Read by Cate Barratt
06 - VI. The Leading Lady 13:18 Read by Cate Barratt
07 - VII. Left on Guard 16:53 Read by Cate Barratt
08 - VIII. Right of Way 14:37 Read by Cate Barratt
09 - IX. Hobkin's Hole 14:53 Read by Cate Barratt
10 - X. The Invalid Curate 14:27 Read by Cate Barratt
11 - XI. Beneath the Brambles 15:34 Read by Cate Barratt
12 - XII. Good Men and True 14:40 Read by Cate Barratt
13 - XIII. Mr. Dennie 13:20 Read by Cate Barratt
14 - XIV. By Private Treaty 16:06 Read by Cate Barratt
15 - XV. The Cablegram from New York 13:37 Read by Cate Barratt
16 - XVI. In Touch with the Missing 14:52 Read by Cate Barratt
17 - XVII. The Old Playbill 14:16 Read by Cate Barratt
18 - XVIII. The Lie on the Tombstone 12:53 Read by Cate Barratt
19 - XIX. The Steam Yacht 15:45 Read by Cate Barratt
20 - XX. The Courteous Captain 17:47 Read by Cate Barratt
21 - XXI. Marooned 12:14 Read by Cate Barratt
22 - XXII. The Old Hand 15:16 Read by Cate Barratt
23 - XXIII. The Yacht Comes Back 13:40 Read by Cate Barratt
24 - XXIV. The Torpedo-Boat Destroyer 12:17 Read by Cate Barratt
25 - XXV. The Squire 13:48 Read by Cate Barratt
26 - XXVI. The Reaver's Glen 13:55 Read by Cate Barratt
27 - XXVII. The Peel Tower 14:14 Read by Cate Barratt
28 - XXVIII. The Footprints 12:03 Read by Cate Barratt
29 - XXIX. Scarvell's Cut 12:59 Read by Cate Barratt
30 - XXX. The Greengrocer's Cart 16:51 Read by Cate Barratt
31 - XXXI. Ambassadress Extraordinary 17:54 Read by Cate Barratt

Reviews

Action-Adventure-Romance&Mystery


(4 stars)

J.S.Fletcher writes of Good, Triumphed over Evil. This, as in other of his books, bears one through the maze of steps, taken by the little group of "do-gooders", a bit too slow for the average modern reader, (or listener, as the case may be), yet still brings some thrilling moments to us, which, I absolutely recommend to you!

Pretty good


(4 stars)

Good story, did have to repeat chapters a couple of times to understand what was going on. Probably because I fell asleep :). I so enjoyed one reader. Thanks.

really good!!!


(5 stars)

Interesting!! I love these old fashioned mysteries. Not a lot of killing and just fun to listen to. Excellent reader. Love her chuckles!!

great mystery


(5 stars)

a good story that holds you to the end. very well read which enhanced the whole thing.

Exellent reading of a light weight romantic mystery


(5 stars)

Good read with little suspense


(3.5 stars)

This story has a sinister old man that takes the place of one that is dead to retain the dead man's estate and riches that should belong to a beautiful young girl who in the course of the story marries a man that had been part of the parties trying to fight the wrong. There's not really a lot of twist and turns and in the end the bet world is one again upright just like a fairytale. It a good read and the narrator also did a good job.

Sparky


(4.5 stars)

Cate Barrett is another fine reader...does so well with the narrative and characters...Fletcher seems to elevate his females... They are excellent types who do not swoon and faint... There is always a ‘touch of romance.”...this story had enough mystery and twists to keep me guessing...and as usual... Nice surprises at the wrap up.


(4 stars)

This is another well written story of a time past. The pleasure of the tale is in listening to a reader who knows her craft and enjoys sharing it with the listener. Her pace and cadence is smooth and comfortable