Prince or Chauffeur? A Story of Newport

Lawrence PERRY (1875 - 1954)

Newport, of course, means aristocratic families and naval adventures. In this tale, we wonder if the heiress will actually marry the Russian prince, who is of questionable character, or the chauffeur, who would certainly be beneath her station, but maybe there's more to the stories of each of our wooers.

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Historical Fiction, Suspense, Espionage, Political & Thrillers

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Midnight Express Jim Locke
00:12:09
Play 02 Miss Wellington Enlarges Her Experience Jim Locke
00:20:12
Play 03 Prince Vassili Koltsoff Jim Locke
00:21:41
Play 04 The Tame Torpedo Jim Locke
00:15:22
Play 05 At Trinity Jim Locke
00:10:43
Play 06 An Encounter With a Spy Jim Locke
00:08:22
Play 07 Miss Wellington Crosses Swords With a Diplomat Jim Locke
00:14:34
Play 08 When a Prince Woos Jim Locke
00:13:54
Play 09 Armitage Changes His Vocation Jim Locke
00:12:46
Play 10 Jack Mccall, at Your Service Jim Locke
00:18:49
Play 11 The Dying Gladiator Jim Locke
00:17:31
Play 12 Miss Hatch Shows She Loves a Lover Jim Locke
00:11:36
Play 13 Anne Exhibits the Prince Jim Locke
00:17:15
Play 14 Underground Wires Jim Locke
00:14:11
Play 15 Anne and Sara Seek Adventure Jim Locke
00:10:19
Play 16 The Adventure Materializes Jim Locke
00:08:44
Play 17 The Night Attack Jim Locke
00:14:46
Play 18 Anne Wellington Has Her First Test Jim Locke
00:12:57
Play 19 An Encounter in the Dark Jim Locke
00:14:59
Play 20 With Reference to the Dot Jim Locke
00:11:53
Play 21 Plain Sailor Talk Jim Locke
00:13:06
Play 22 The Ball Begins Jim Locke
00:15:01
Play 23 The Ball Ends Jim Locke
00:12:02
Play 24 The Ball Continues Jim Locke
00:18:34
Play 25 The Expatriate Jim Locke
00:11:09
Play 26 Conclusion Jim Locke
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