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When Mae Farr becomes the presumed stalking victim of wealthy playboy Penn Wentworth, she asks Perry Mason for help. Wentworth says he merely wants her for forging his name on a fat check. Farr claims he just wants her. Enter Harold Anders, a love-struck suitor from Mae's small hometown who's determined to ride to her rescue. But fatal gunplay leaves Wentworth dead, Mae a wanted woman, and Perry Mason in trouble....

©1961 Erle Stanley Gardner. Renewed 1989 by Jean Bethel Gardner and Grace Naso. (P)2017 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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the attitude

The narrator is excellent. The characters a very well developed. Brings you back to the time gone past. Will listen to again.

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Character portrayal was off

I’ve read over 30 perry mason books and have some understanding of these characters. I could not listen past 2nd chapter. Mason sounded like a combination of lionel barrymore and cary grant doing a 1930s radio drama. Enough said.

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Simple Deduction

When you put Perry Mason on the job, the solution is bound to be a tumultuous affair that only he can solve. A book full of satire, fear, murder, & secrets.

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Narrator needs stol

I've listened to several Perry Mason books read by Cendese and he annoys me. His women share the same voice frequently which makes it difficult to understand at times. Furthermore the way he breaks up dialog with "he said", for example, are completely, in my opinion, miss read. These books are filled with conversation. The way these are read seems to me that he doesn't understand what he is reading. The descriptions, on the other hand, are fine. I enjoyed listening to them.