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The Hemlock Avenue Mystery

Gelesen von Roger Melin

(4,483 Sterne; 118 Bewertungen)

"The Hemlock Avenue Mystery" is one of a series of mysteries written by Lily Augusta Long using the pseudonym Roman Doubleday.

A lawyer is accused of killing a rival lawyer, both having battled in court on numerous occasions. A newspaper reporter following the case is bent on determining the facts behind the murder. As it happens, there are two women also suspected of participating in the crime, and a third who was apparently utterly unconscious of what had occurred. It's up to the reporter turned detective to unravel the clues, few as they are. - Summary by Roger Melin (6 hr 54 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1

5:27

Read by Roger Melin

Chapter 2

12:15

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Chapter 3

20:42

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Chapter 4

24:25

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Chapter 5

18:40

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Chapter 6

15:40

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Chapter 7

11:43

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Chapter 8

25:03

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Chapter 9

21:29

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Chapter 10

21:31

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Chapter 11

25:54

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Chapter 12

11:08

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Chapter 13

19:43

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Chapter 14

12:00

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Chapter 15

10:52

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Chapter 16

21:24

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Chapter 17

18:02

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Chapter 18

16:15

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Chapter 19

14:13

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Chapter 20

19:00

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Chapter 21

13:30

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Chapter 22

25:51

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Chapter 23

21:13

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Chapter 24

8:05

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Bewertungen

A very unusual murder among friends.

(5 Sterne)

I greatly enjoyed this sort of "cozy" mystery. The reporter-turned-detective had a likeable and intelligent personality. I never would have guessed the ending. The reader has a pleasant voice and excellent pacing in his manner. Thank you Roger Melin and Librivox.

VERY GOOD

(5 Sterne)

Just the kind of mystery we need more of. There is a plausible plot, well developed; there are shifting elements of suspicions; there is a deserving victim; and there is satisfying ending. Add the great reading by Roger Melin, and we have a winner.

decent mystery story

(3,5 Sterne)

Well read by Roger M.

(4,5 Sterne)

A mystery to the very end.

(4,5 Sterne)

WP hi hd Josh TX VIII

one of my favorite readers

(4 Sterne)

Finally, a mystery. But, oh darn it, it wasn't that capturing. I did enjoy the ending. I gave it another chance. I really enjoyed it this time. I want to say "thanks" to Mr. Melin for my mystery fix.

cute little story

(3 Sterne)

The chances of any of these chances happening in a non-Providential, miraculous way are a million to one, but it was still an entertaining read. Props as always to Roger Mellin!

(3,5 Sterne)

Well read roger yet again, one of my favourite narrators but the story isn’t too captivating