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Contents: MP3320

Edgar Wallace: The Four Just Men (Unabridged)

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The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace – Prologue

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Leon twisted his knuckles down and struck forward…

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He mounted the horse I had brought…

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Chapter 1: A Newspaper Story

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'Here is one of the letters,' and Sir Philip produced a sheet…

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The Daily Megaphone is able to publish a full list…

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Seattle (Kentucky), October, 1900. – Judge Anderson.

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Chapter 2: The Faithful Commons

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There were cheers for the Secretary for Foreign Affairs…

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'To the Members of the House of Commons,' he read…

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The Premier, with a troubled face, paced the floor…

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Chapter 3: One Thousand Pounds Reward

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All day long little knots of people gathered…

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'Is it the Mafia?' asked the Comet noisily…

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Sir Philip was a constant source of interest…

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Chapter 4: Preparations

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It was a plain-fronted shop…

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The physiognomist might have continued Seneca's picture…

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After this the conversation became Greek to the Spaniard…

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The object of their discussion finished his tenth cigarette…

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A thin smoke was rising from the cup.

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Chapter 5: The Outrage at the 'Megaphone'

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Half an hour later the editor of the Megaphone sat discussing…

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So Welby and the chief kept the matter a secret…

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The cab speeding along Oxford Street turned into Edgware Road…

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Manfred scanned the pages carefully, then threw them aside.

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He spoke all the while in English…

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Chapter 6: The Clues

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From which may be gathered that, acting on the information…

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His official residence he absolutely refused to occupy…

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In the top room in the workshop at Carnaby Street…

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'I am going to survey the land,' said Manfred suddenly…

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He threw up his hands as if to ward them off.

4:20
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Chapter 7: The Messenger of The Four

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The Four Just Men were on the nerves of more people…

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He placed the letter in a drawer of his desk…

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The detective finished reading.

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Ramon paced his room with quick, nervous steps.

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He took a quick step to the door…

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Chapter 8: The Pocket-Book

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'It is a poetical idea,' said the phlegmatic Premier…

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They resumed their walk.

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So, the night being comparatively young…

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The contents of this page was understandable…

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'Now, Billy,' said the detective…

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Chapter 9: The Cupidity of Marks

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The detective rose with a sigh.

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Then Poiccart spoke: 'The very stars in their courses are fighting…'

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'"Can you oblige me with a match?" I asked.'

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Poiccart paused for a moment…

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'The explanation is simple,' said Gonsalez quietly…

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He pushed open the swing doors…

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He turned from the contemplation of the unpleasant possibilities…

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Chapter 10: Three Who Died

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And within an hour there was witnessed in London…

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The Commissioner nodded.

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'From my vantage place,' wrote Smith in the Megaphone…

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Seven o'clock boomed forth…

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That forty minutes was the longest…

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Chapter 11: A Newspaper Cutting

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What steps did you take when you discovered this?

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You speak of a blow leaving no contusion.

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After the tragedy did you make a systematic search…

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Chapter 12: Conclusion

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He stood for a moment at the entrance…

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Contents: FLAC44100

Edgar Wallace: The Four Just Men (Unabridged)

4:31:06
$81.25

The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace – Prologue

5:30
$1.25

Leon twisted his knuckles down and struck forward…

3:25
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He mounted the horse I had brought…

4:00
$1.25
Show 62 remaining tracks for Edgar Wallace: The Four Just Men (Unabridged)

Chapter 1: A Newspaper Story

4:40
$1.25

'Here is one of the letters,' and Sir Philip produced a sheet…

3:41
$1.25

The Daily Megaphone is able to publish a full list…

3:13
$1.25

Seattle (Kentucky), October, 1900. – Judge Anderson.

3:08
$1.25

Chapter 2: The Faithful Commons

5:03
$1.25

There were cheers for the Secretary for Foreign Affairs…

5:36
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'To the Members of the House of Commons,' he read…

3:08
$1.25

The Premier, with a troubled face, paced the floor…

3:22
$1.25

Chapter 3: One Thousand Pounds Reward

4:34
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All day long little knots of people gathered…

4:15
$1.25

'Is it the Mafia?' asked the Comet noisily…

4:45
$1.25

Sir Philip was a constant source of interest…

4:46
$1.25

Chapter 4: Preparations

3:43
$1.25

It was a plain-fronted shop…

4:10
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The physiognomist might have continued Seneca's picture…

3:11
$1.25

After this the conversation became Greek to the Spaniard…

3:42
$1.25

The object of their discussion finished his tenth cigarette…

3:15
$1.25

A thin smoke was rising from the cup.

2:30
$1.25

Chapter 5: The Outrage at the 'Megaphone'

4:51
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Half an hour later the editor of the Megaphone sat discussing…

4:51
$1.25

So Welby and the chief kept the matter a secret…

4:02
$1.25

The cab speeding along Oxford Street turned into Edgware Road…

5:14
$1.25

Manfred scanned the pages carefully, then threw them aside.

4:26
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He spoke all the while in English…

4:10
$1.25

Chapter 6: The Clues

3:02
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From which may be gathered that, acting on the information…

4:20
$1.25

His official residence he absolutely refused to occupy…

5:12
$1.25

In the top room in the workshop at Carnaby Street…

4:02
$1.25

'I am going to survey the land,' said Manfred suddenly…

3:32
$1.25

He threw up his hands as if to ward them off.

4:20
$1.25

Chapter 7: The Messenger of The Four

3:56
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The Four Just Men were on the nerves of more people…

5:04
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He placed the letter in a drawer of his desk…

5:10
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The detective finished reading.

4:13
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Ramon paced his room with quick, nervous steps.

3:47
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He took a quick step to the door…

3:01
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Chapter 8: The Pocket-Book

4:23
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'It is a poetical idea,' said the phlegmatic Premier…

4:40
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They resumed their walk.

4:55
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So, the night being comparatively young…

4:29
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The contents of this page was understandable…

3:28
$1.25

'Now, Billy,' said the detective…

2:25
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Chapter 9: The Cupidity of Marks

4:41
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The detective rose with a sigh.

4:15
$1.25

Then Poiccart spoke: 'The very stars in their courses are fighting…'

4:11
$1.25

'"Can you oblige me with a match?" I asked.'

2:17
$1.25

Poiccart paused for a moment…

4:30
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'The explanation is simple,' said Gonsalez quietly…

4:46
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He pushed open the swing doors…

3:38
$1.25

He turned from the contemplation of the unpleasant possibilities…

3:40
$1.25

Chapter 10: Three Who Died

5:06
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And within an hour there was witnessed in London…

4:45
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The Commissioner nodded.

4:51
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'From my vantage place,' wrote Smith in the Megaphone…

4:43
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Seven o'clock boomed forth…

4:06
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That forty minutes was the longest…

3:36
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Chapter 11: A Newspaper Cutting

4:27
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What steps did you take when you discovered this?

5:29
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You speak of a blow leaving no contusion.

3:31
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After the tragedy did you make a systematic search…

3:16
$1.25

Chapter 12: Conclusion

4:57
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He stood for a moment at the entrance…

5:11
$1.25
Hide 62 tracks for Edgar Wallace: The Four Just Men (Unabridged)