Raspberry Jam

Carolyn Wells (1862 - 1942)

This is the 11th book featuring the distinguished detective, Fleming Stone.

When a titan of industry is found dead in his locked bedroom without evidence of natural death. The doctors and the police are trying to figure out who the murder is from among the suspects. And it isn't an easy job, for each suspect either have a motive but no opportunity or have an opportunity but no motive. And to make matters worse, one of the victim's relative claims to have seen the dead man's ghost, whose appearance corresponded with a remarkable taste and smell of raspberry jam. Summary by SaraHale

Genre(s): Detective Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Great Hanlon SaraHale
00:35:16
Play 02 A Trip To Newark SaraHale
00:31:03
Play 03 The Stunt SaraHale
00:32:33
Play 04 The Emburys SaraHale
00:29:22
Play 05 The Explanation SaraHale
00:32:17
Play 06 A Slammed Door SaraHale
00:30:03
Play 07 A Vision SaraHale
00:28:36
Play 08 The Examiner SaraHale
00:28:34
Play 09 Hamlet SaraHale
00:26:29
Play 10 A Confession SaraHale
00:25:33
Play 11 Fifi SaraHale
00:26:15
Play 12 In Hanlon's Office SaraHale
00:27:48
Play 13 Fleming Stone SaraHale
00:30:45
Play 14 The Five Senses SaraHale
00:27:36
Play 15 Marigny The Medium SaraHale
00:31:41
Play 16 Fibsy's Busy Day SaraHale
00:28:21
Play 17 Hanlon's Ambition SaraHale
00:26:16
Play 18 The Guilty One SaraHale
00:30:30