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    Edgar Wallace: The Four Just Men

    The Four Just Men
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    • Label: NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS, 2011
    • Sprache: Englisch
    • ISBN-13: 9781843794554
    • Bestellnummer: 7282198
    • Altersfreigabe: FSK ab 0 freigegeben - - -
    • Spielzeit: 271:00 Min.
    • Label: Naxos Audiobooks
    • FSK ab 0 freigegeben
    • Bestellnummer: 7282198
    • Erscheinungstermin: 30.5.2011

    • Achtung: Artikel ist nicht in deutscher Sprache!
    • Tracklisting

    Disk 1 von 4

    1. 1 The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace ? Prologue
    2. 2 Leon twisted his knuckles down and struck forward
    3. 3 He mounted the horse I had brought
    4. 4 Chapter 1: A Newspaper Story
    5. 5 "Here is one of the letters, and Sir Philip produced a sheet"
    6. 6 The Daily Megaphone is able to publish a full list
    7. 7 "Seattle (Kentucky), October, 1900. ? Judge Anderson."
    8. 8 Chapter 2: The Faithful Commons
    9. 9 There were cheers for the Secretary for Foreign Affairs
    10. 10 "To the Members of the House of Commons, he read"
    11. 11 "The Premier, with a troubled face, paced the floor"
    12. 12 Chapter 3: One Thousand Pounds Reward
    13. 13 All day long little knots of people gathered
    14. 14 Is it the Mafia? asked the Comet noisily
    15. 15 Sir Philip was a constant source of interest

    Disk 2 von 4

    1. 1 Chapter 4: Preparations
    2. 2 It was a plain-fronted shop
    3. 3 The physiognomist might have continued Senecas picture
    4. 4 After this the conversation became Greek to the Spaniard
    5. 5 The object of their discussion finished his tenth cigarette
    6. 6 A thin smoke was rising from the cup.
    7. 7 Chapter 5: The Outrage at the Megaphone
    8. 8 Half an hour later the editor of the Megaphone sat discussing
    9. 9 So Welby and the chief kept the matter a secret
    10. 10 The cab speeding along Oxford Street turned into Edgware Road
    11. 11 "Manfred scanned the pages carefully, then threw them aside."
    12. 12 He spoke all the while in English
    13. 13 Chapter 6: The Clues
    14. 14 "From which may be gathered that, acting on the information"
    15. 15 His official residence he absolutely refused to occupy
    16. 16 In the top room in the workshop at Carnaby Street
    17. 17 "I am going to survey the land, said Manfred suddenly"
    18. 18 He threw up his hands as if to ward them off.

    Disk 3 von 4

    1. 1 Chapter 7: The Messenger of The Four
    2. 2 The Four Just Men were on the nerves of more people
    3. 3 He placed the letter in a drawer of his desk
    4. 4 The detective finished reading.
    5. 5 "Ramon paced his room with quick, nervous steps."
    6. 6 He took a quick step to the door
    7. 7 Chapter 8: The Pocket-Book
    8. 8 "It is a poetical idea, said the phlegmatic Premier"
    9. 9 They resumed their walk.
    10. 10 "So, the night being comparatively young"
    11. 11 The contents of this page was understandable
    12. 12 "Now, Billy, said the detective"
    13. 13 Chapter 9: The Cupidity of Marks
    14. 14 The detective rose with a sigh.
    15. 15 Then Poiccart spoke: The very stars in their courses are fighting
    16. 16 """Can you oblige me with a match?"" I asked."

    Disk 4 von 4

    1. 1 Poiccart paused for a moment
    2. 2 "The explanation is simple, said Gonsalez quietly"
    3. 3 He pushed open the swing doors
    4. 4 He turned from the contemplation of the unpleasant possibilities
    5. 5 Chapter 10: Three Who Died
    6. 6 And within an hour there was witnessed in London
    7. 7 The Commissioner nodded.
    8. 8 "From my vantage place, wrote Smith in the Megaphone"
    9. 9 Seven oclock boomed forth
    10. 10 That forty minutes was the longest
    11. 11 Chapter 11: A Newspaper Cutting
    12. 12 What steps did you take when you discovered this?
    13. 13 You speak of a blow leaving no contusion.
    14. 14 After the tragedy did you make a systematic search
    15. 15 Chapter 12: Conclusion
    16. 16 He stood for a moment at the entrance