The Secret Passage
Excellent murder mystery. On September 9, 1905, the NY Times Saturday Review of Books described this book as follows: “That painstakingly ingenious person, Fergus Hume, has devised another of his hide-and-seek, jack-o’-lantern murder mysteries. It begins with a queer and rich old woman found stabbed to death in her chair and not a clue to the murderer. Then so many clues turn up that even the story-book detective is bewildered. Then nearly everybody turns out to be somebody else under an alias, and all the clues lead nowhere…”
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July 27, 2013
Found this book very enjoyable
April 15, 2013
Great story but this book had way to many different people reading it. Some with heavy accents and some mispronouncing quite a bit making a great story hard to listen to.
February 28, 2012
Not bad, some of the readers are a little hard to understand, but overall good story line!