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Are you prepared to confront the Invisible Man? Venture into Room 666? Investigate a pair of strange feet? If so, this collection of great short-story mysteries will give you hours of unsettling pleasure.

The unabridged stories presented here include "The Mystery of Marie Roget" by Edgar Allan Poe, "The Queer Feet" and "The Invisible Man" by G. K. Chesterton (not H. G. Wells' Invisible Man, but rather part of Chesterton's "Father Brown" mystery series), "The Mysterious Death on the Underground Railway" by Baroness Emmuska Orczy, "The Fated Five Hundred" by Robert Barr, "The Aluminum Dagger" by R. Austen Freeman, "The Redhill Sisterhood" by Catherine Louisa Pirkis, "The Mystery of Room 666" by Jacques Futrelle, "The Trailer Murder Mystery" by Abraham Lincoln (yes, that Abraham Lincoln), and "The Sherrif of Gullmore" by Melville Davidson Post.

(P)1987 Jimcin Recordings

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  • Glenn
  • Assonet, MA, USA
  • 01-19-08

Good Stories

Good stories, well read. Not sure why it has so few stars except I gave it a five and for some reason it seems to have registered as a one. Very strange.

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  • Heather
  • Tipp City, OH, USA
  • 01-18-08

terrible

Don't purchase this. It's boring and I wish I could get a credit back. I never would have if I knew they told the story in monotone. egh!

2 of 11 people found this review helpful