In this, the fourth installment of the 10-volume Bulldog Drummond series by H. C. McNeile (pen name Sapper), The Final Count is a 1926 British thriller with a brilliant tough-guy protagonist at its center. Enormously popular at the time of its publication, this interpretation by Roy McMillan recreates this tale of an inventor of a powerful chemical weapon gone missing. Bulldog Drummond just knows he can solve the crime, and he pursues the truth with characteristic fervor. McMillan’s impeccable acting dramatizes all the adventure and romance that ensue and will leave listeners hanging on every word.
In The Final Count, the fourth in Sapper's Bulldog Drummond series, Hugh Drummond returns after the climax of The Third Round saw him embroiled in an electrifying boat chase with his long-term enemy and master of disguise Carl Peterson. Now, Drummond must attempt to prove the innocence of an inventor of chemical warfare whose weapon mysteriously goes missing. Drummond is utterly resolute: Only one man can be capable of such a sinister plot.