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    Edgar Wallace: Council of Justice

    Council of Justice
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    • Label: Naxos AudioBooks, 2011
    • ISBN-13: 9781843794578
    • Bestellnummer: 9429386
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    • Label: Naxos Audiobooks
    • FSK ab 0 freigegeben
    • Bestellnummer: 9429386
    • Erscheinungstermin: 1.8.2011
    • Tracklisting

    Disk 1 von 4

    1. 1 Chapter 1: The Red Hundred
    2. 2 "There were three delegates from Baden, Herr Schmidt"
    3. 3 "Two men stumbled into the car, one dumbfounded and silent"
    4. 4 The air of the crowded hall struck the two men in the face
    5. 5 So her fame had grown until her father died and she went to
    6. 6 Chapter 2: The Fourth Man
    7. 7 The detective jumped at the opportunity.
    8. 8 They passed through the crowd that had gathered about the hall
    9. 9 "Enthusiast, dreamer and intellectual, of course, said Gonsalez"
    10. 10 "In Middlesex Street, in the almost emptied hall, Falmouth stood."
    11. 11 Chapter 3: Jesson Alias Long
    12. 12 It may be observed that Mr. Long at the threshold of the house
    13. 13 Nobody rose to greet the newcomers. The flashy man nodded
    14. 14 It would not be fair to follow Jesson through the elaborate
    15. 15 Chapter 4: The Red Bean
    16. 16 He was one of the seven that gathered in the dingy

    Disk 2 von 4

    1. 1 Starque stabbed the list before him with a thick forefinger.
    2. 2 He had to invent a story that would pass muster.
    3. 3 So complete and inexplicable was the chill that had come to
    4. 4 Chapter 5: The Council Of Justice
    5. 5 Bartholomew had regained a little of his self assurance.
    6. 6 "Here, wake up! Somebody was shaking his arm"
    7. 7 If Bartholomews need for cutting himself adrift
    8. 8 Chapter 6: Princess Revolutionary
    9. 9 Bartholomew took a fresh grip of the chair.
    10. 10 "He saw her, standing near the body of the man"
    11. 11 Chapter 7: The Government and Mr. Jessen
    12. 12 It was subsequent to Mr. Jessens visit to the Home Office
    13. 13 The detective remembered that this hereditary Prince
    14. 14 Chapter 8: An Incident In The Fight
    15. 15 That night His Highness arrived promptly at eight oclock
    16. 16 "Carlos Ferdinand Bourbon, Prince of the Escorial"
    17. 17 Chapter 9: The Four Versus The Hundred

    Disk 3 von 4

    1. 1 "Its a humiliating confession, said the chief commissioner"
    2. 2 Thereafter Von Dunop was not permitted to enjoy his walk
    3. 3 Chapter 10: The Trial
    4. 4 "it Was In The Lodge Room Of The Pride Of Millwall, Aosa"
    5. 5 "After this, the sum of his transgressions was pronounced"
    6. 6 The power of the Red Hundred was broken.
    7. 7 "There are two ways of writing about the police, Sir"
    8. 8 Chapter 11: Manfred
    9. 9 "Come in, he said, in answer to the knock."
    10. 10 What is it you see that displeases you? he asked.
    11. 11 "Still he made no sign, sitting there all huddled in the big"
    12. 12 Chapter 12: In Wandsworth Jail
    13. 13 Manfred refused to plead guilty or not guilty.
    14. 14 "The governor, still frowning thoughtfully, left the cell."
    15. 15 He might have been tried at the sessions following his committal
    16. 16 Armed with the authority of the Home Secretary came
    17. 17 Chapter 13: The Rational Faithers
    18. 18 Poiccart made no response. He is also the head

    Disk 4 von 4

    1. 1 His pause was so long that Poiccart interjected an
    2. 2 "The hotel was well surrounded by midnight, but so skillfully"
    3. 3 Chapter 14: At The Old Bailey
    4. 4 So he went on to speak of the Four Just Men who had founded
    5. 5 You come to speak on behalf of the accused? asked the judge.
    6. 6 Let me put another case. Suppose you governed
    7. 7 The court was so still that he could hear the scratchings of
    8. 8 It would be madness to expect a civilized country
    9. 9 Chapter 15: Chelmsford
    10. 10 He woke with the chief warders hand on his arm
    11. 11 The detached house facing the prison was fortunately
    12. 12 Until 6 oclock these men rested ? as men must rest
    13. 13 "Another silence, and then Leon resumed"
    14. 14 Chapter 16: The Execution
    15. 15 Three days before the date fixed for the execution
    16. 16 He was accurate in his surmise. At the eleventh hour
    17. 17 "Manfred felt himself caught in a net, deft hands"