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Cleek of Scotland Yard

Gelesen von Ruth Golding

(4,697 Sterne; 155 Bewertungen)

Hamilton Cleek is back - or is he?

Margot, Queen of the Apaches (the notorious French criminal gang) has been released on bail and vanished, Mr. Narkom has a series of inexplicable murders to solve, there is talk of revolution in Mauravania. And Cleek is missing.

Hold on to your hats for another thrilling ride as spying, murder, horse-napping, bombs and political intrigue rear their ugly heads. (Introduction by Ruth Golding) (12 hr 46 min)

Chapters

01 Prologue: The Affair of the Man Who Vanished, Part 1

26:08

Read by Ruth Golding

02 Prologue: The Affair of the Man Who Vanished, Part 2

23:22

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03 Prologue: The Affair of the Man Who Vanished, Part 3

23:53

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04 Chapter 1

13:53

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05 Chapter 2

26:31

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06 Chapter 3

17:06

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07 Chapter 4

8:59

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08 Chapter 5

9:52

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09 Chapter 6

16:55

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10 Chapter 7

17:54

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11 Chapter 8

20:16

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12 Chapter 9

17:16

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13 Chapter 10

11:41

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14 Chapter 11

13:45

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15 Chapter 12

25:57

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16 Chapter 13

17:45

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17 Chapter 14

16:42

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18 Chapter 15

16:16

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19 Chapter 16

10:20

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20 Chapter 17

19:08

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21 Chapter 18

14:18

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22 Chapter 19

20:45

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23 Chapter 20

22:44

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24 Chapter 21

23:42

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25 Chapter 22

17:24

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26 Chapter 23

14:22

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27 Chapter 24

14:58

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28 Chapter 25

15:20

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29 Chapter 26

15:54

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30 Chapter 27

12:00

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31 Chapter 28

12:43

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32 Chapter 29

10:59

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33 Chapter 30

11:19

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34 Chapter 31

9:51

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35 Chapter 32

10:04

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36 Chapter 33

24:21

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37 Chapter 34

15:15

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38 Chapter 35

27:05

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39 Chapters 36 & 37

24:55

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40 Chapter 38

15:35

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41 Epilogue: The Affair of the Man Who Was Found, Part 1

38:28

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42 Epilogue: The Affair of the Man Who Was Found, Part 2

40:50

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Bewertungen

Wonderful! Love Ruth's reading of Cleek!

(5 Sterne)

I enjoyed the story and the reading SO much! I found myself laughing at moments and choked up with tears in my eyes at others -- the outcome of a good story being really well told. :) Thank you Ruth for reading these Cleek stories the way you do. It's really amazing to me and I enjoy it so much as a listener. If you enjoy mysteries or detective fiction, I highly recommend the Cleek stories. Start with 40 faces.

Cleek

(5 Sterne)

This is a good collection of detective cases handled by Hamilton Cleek , for Scotland Yard. I really enjoy this series and the narration of Ruth Golding is excellent. I wasn't expecting the ending ,but really liked it also. Great listening as Ruth takes this work from a 4 star to a 5 star experience for me. Thanks Ruth & Librivox , for so much enjoyment as always.

Ruth Does it Again

(5 Sterne)

A great reading of a good book. Ruth Golding gives this the same care that she gives to her famous Sherlock Holmes recordings.

(5 Sterne)

Loved the ending to this one. Another great reading.by Ruth Golding,and I really enjoyed these cases Cleek solved , and well worth the time to listen

Quick, I need the next Cleek book!

(5 Sterne)

Not only is the character of Hamilton Cleek witty and intelligent, but every character in each case is well constructed. I have been surprised at nearly every turn in each case; I've been surprised most of all by the fact I'd never heard of this character or the author, which seems such a shame. These books should be better known by the general public. Additionally, as I'm sure I've mentioned in other reviews, Ruth Golding is easily one of the best Readers on Librivox. She fleshes out each character so adeptly, with her skillful use of her voice that I swear I can see them in front of me, acting out each scene. Thanks again to Librivox and Ruth Golding for bringing this great piece of literature to the people.

Enjoyed it

(5 Sterne)

Ruth Golding makes the Sherlock Holmesesque stories in this book an “audio page-turner.” As with Doyle’s tales, these are full of unexpected twists and turns, interesting characters and satisfying conclusions.

(5 Sterne)

a bit more sentimental than Sherlock Holmes booksn not quite as intricately organized. But still, a great pleasure to listen to, particularly with the amazing reading by Ruth Golding.

(5 Sterne)

As I was listening to the ending of this story, the hair on my arms stood and I got a lump in my throat. I guess I am a suckered for such an ending. The story itself was made so much better by the excellent and involved narrator. Each voice was so real that I could almost picture the characters. Thanks to the creators of this valuable revival of the literature of a past age where violence, meanness, sexual description and hateful words were not written. I am not a fan of vile spoken or written language.