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  • The Secret of the Silver Car (Anthony Trent 2) | Wyndham Martyn

    The Secret of the Silver Car (Anthony Trent 2)

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Wyndham Martyn
    • Narrated By Caroline Collins
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    "The Secret of the Silver Car" (1922) is a novel by Wyndham Martyn, in which Trent, the master criminal solves a case as a detective. Excerpt: "Stop him," the second officer yelled, "he's going to jump overboard!" The man who dashed past him and through a group of passengers waving hands at friends on the deck below, was too quick for those who sought to stay him. He balanced himself for a moment on the rail and then jumped ten feet down to the pier. The gangplanks had already been withdrawn and the great liner bound for New York was too mighty a piece of momentum to pause now.

  • Anthony Trent, Master Criminal (Anthony Trent 1) | Wyndham Martyn

    Anthony Trent, Master Criminal (Anthony Trent 1)

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 20 mins)
    • By Wyndham Martyn
    • Narrated By Caroline Collins
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    "Anthony Trent, Master Criminal" (1918) is a novel by Wyndham Martyn. Conington Warren, one of the most popular men in society, member of the desirable clubs, millionaire owner of thoroughbreds was victim of a burglary of ten thousand dollars' worth of valuables. His flawless butler seems to be deceived by the crook, since Warren was at a dinner while the butler thought he was smoking in the library. The crook looked like a gentleman who might belong to Warren's clubs, and spoke like one, and had a handwriting exactly like Warren.

    W. STEWART says: "Sorry I purchased this one"
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