The Vanished Messenger


Read by Richard Kilmer

(4.5 stars; 80 reviews)

A conference of European nations is being held in the Hague. England has not been invited to attend. Some think war is about to break out. Mr. John P. Dunster, an American, is traveling to the Hague with an important document that may prevent the outbreak of war when he mysteriously disappears after a train wreck in England. Richard Hamel is asked by the British government to attempt to solve the mystery of Dunster’s disappearance and prevent the outbreak of war in Europe. - Summary by Richard Kilmer (8 hr 22 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 12:39 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 2 11:42 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 3 19:45 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 4 14:06 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 5 14:13 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 6 13:18 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 7 16:36 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 8 16:14 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 9 11:02 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 10 10:03 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 11 12:22 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 12 19:12 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 13 18:52 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 14 15:56 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 15 16:14 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 16 13:41 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 17 18:38 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 18 17:17 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 19 12:58 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 20 12:29 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 21 13:43 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 22 11:09 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 23 15:46 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 24 17:39 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 25 13:37 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 26 9:58 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 27 15:09 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 28 10:38 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 29 16:27 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 30 10:08 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 31 13:32 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 32 16:45 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 33 10:28 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 34 14:54 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 35 9:16 Read by Richard Kilmer
Chapter 36 6:04 Read by Richard Kilmer

Reviews


(3 stars)

5 for the novel, 2 for the reader. and I'm sorry to say that. I appreciate the effort and work to complete this but I think maybe it's just his cadence. I feel like maybe his style is better suited for poetry?? take a listen and judge Tor yourself. it's otherwise a great novel

Very Good


(5 stars)

I think this is the best of Oppenheim's novels so far recorded. As usual we are just pre-World War I and a dastardly plot has to be uncovered (which proves rather easy) and foiled (not so easy). The reader is up to his usual excellent standards.

the Vanished Messenger


(5 stars)

Well read. Good long story with intrigue, suspense and good character builds and dialogue set in the weeks before ww1 in the rugged seashore of nor-eastern Britain. With a bit of a romance thrown in for enjoyment. Thanks.!

Excellent reader & interesting story


(5 stars)

I enjoy listening to this reader. The story is interesting. Thanks for taking the time to read for people like myself who are too lazy to hold a book up & read it ourselves.

Good story, but


(3 stars)

It is a good story but the reader has a habit of reading all sentences without a "?" or an "!" on the end in the same sort of monotone which almost stopped me from continuing.

Retribution, murder, espionage- 👍


(4 stars)

Retribution, murder, espionage - nicely plotted and fully developed characters. Well narrated by Richard Kilmer (as usual). Recommended.


(2.5 stars)

The reader has such a sing song way of reading it distracted me so much I turned off the book.

very interesting right ti last chapter the only I could foretell was that the h…


(5 stars)