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Publisher's Summary

An original and entertaining selection of crime stories all committed on the railways. Authors include Baroness Orczy (most famous for The Scarlet Pimpernel) and Maurice Leblanc (most famous for Arsene Lupin.)
©1997 CSA Telltapes Ltd (P)1997 CSA Telltapes Ltd.

Critic Reviews

"Patrick Malahide's marvellous range of voices adds to the pleasure." (Sunday Times)

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Enjoyable and entertaining

These wonderful railway stories, full of nostalgia from another age were delightful and thrilling. Patrick Malahide was superb in his narration, and I will listen to this book again, just to enjoy his expert ability in the
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  • Linda
  • PITTSBURGH, PA, United States
  • 01-20-14

Classic indeed

Four stories written as mystery writing was just underway. Not the very best, but well worth it for those that like the mystery classics. The narration is good.

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  • Roger M. Young
  • North Charleston, South Carolina United States
  • 08-14-16

Fun genre for mystery fans

I like the genre: short mysteries that take place on trains in England. Had no idea there was such a thing. I enjoyed the diversion. Wonderful reading performance.