A Chain of Evidence

Carolyn WELLS (1862 - 1942)

The Mystery: ”Mr. Stone," I began, "if three persons spent the night in an apartment so securely locked on the inside that there was no possible means of ingress, and if in the morning it was found that one of those three persons had been murdered at midnight, would you say that the guilt must rest upon either one or both of the other two persons?” (Carolyn Wells )The solution - who knows? Listen and enjoy. - Summary by Richard Kilmer

Genre(s): Crime & Mystery Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Girl Across the Hall Richard Kilmer
00:16:18
Play 02 The Tragedy Richard Kilmer
00:16:40
Play 03 Janet Pembroke Richard Kilmer
00:16:04
Play 04 Doctor Post's Discovery Richard Kilmer
00:16:03
Play 05 Several Clues Richard Kilmer
00:15:48
Play 06 The Inquest Begins Richard Kilmer
00:16:32
Play 07 I Give Evidence Richard Kilmer
00:16:47
Play 08 An Awful Implication Richard Kilmer
00:17:17
Play 09 George Lawrence Richard Kilmer
00:19:39
Play 10 Person or Persons Unknown Richard Kilmer
00:16:43
Play 11 The Chained Door Richard Kilmer
00:19:40
Play 12 Janet is Our Guest Richard Kilmer
00:22:42
Play 13 Janet is Mysterious Richard Kilmer
00:19:38
Play 14 Mrs. Altonstall Richard Kilmer
00:17:21
Play 15 Who is J. S.? Richard Kilmer
00:20:14
Play 16 Leroy Arrives on the Scene Richard Kilmer
00:16:38
Play 17 Can Leroy be Guilty? Richard Kilmer
00:17:26
Play 18 The Rooms in Washington Square Richard Kilmer
00:17:11
Play 19 A Talk with Janet Richard Kilmer
00:17:55
Play 20 The Initialed Handkerchief Richard Kilmer
00:18:12
Play 21 Fleming Stone Richard Kilmer
00:25:13
Play 22 A Call on Miss Waring Richard Kilmer
00:17:07
Play 23 Lawrence's Statement Richard Kilmer
00:14:47
Play 24 The Chain of Evidence Richard Kilmer
00:27:24