Who Did It?

Nat GOULD (1857 - 1919)

Following the dissolution of the New South Wales government, Henry Bryce is ready to take on the Labour Party for the seat of Balmain East. But no sooner is the campaign underway than his body turns up in Sydney Harbour. Who did it? Nat Gould, the author of this mystery, was one of the most widely read of his day, especially among lovers of horse racing, the subject of many of his novels. Born in Manchester, England, Gould spent 11 years in Australia, where he set many of his stories. - Summary by Phil Benson

Genre(s): Crime & Mystery Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 A Mystery Phil Benson
00:13:44
Play 02 No Trace Phil Benson
00:14:37
Play 03 The New Member Phil Benson
00:12:45
Play 04 Munda Phil Benson
00:15:52
Play 05 The Artist Phil Benson
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Play 06 Two Girls Phil Benson
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Play 07 Two Men Phil Benson
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Play 08 "Old Wide Awake" Phil Benson
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Play 09 The Phantom Horse Phil Benson
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Play 10 A Rattling Gallop Phil Benson
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Play 11 Trouble Brewing Phil Benson
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Play 12 In The Shed Phil Benson
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Play 13 Herbert Golding, M.L.A. Phil Benson
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Play 14 Mrs. Bryce Accepts Phil Benson
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Play 15 At Munda Again Phil Benson
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Play 16 Attack On The Homestead Phil Benson
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Play 17 Two Brave Girls Phil Benson
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Play 18 The Big Drought Phil Benson
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Play 19 The Portrait Phil Benson
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Play 20 Signs Of The Times Phil Benson
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Play 21 The Colt By Phantom Phil Benson
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Play 22 In The Studio Phil Benson
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Play 23 Face To Face Phil Benson
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Play 24 Tried And Convicted Phil Benson
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Play 25 Startling Results Phil Benson
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Play 26 The Ghost Wins Phil Benson
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Play 27 After The Victory Phil Benson
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Play 28 Munda Once More Phil Benson
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