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The Scene of the Crime Audiobook

The Scene of the Crime: A New Story of Roger West of Scotland Yard

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Available to download for the very first time, a Roger West of Scotland Yard mystery from MWA Grand Master John Creasey.

A man's ambition and love for his beautiful wife lead him to violence and murder. Superintendant Roger West of Scotland Yard handles the case.

John Creasey (1908-1973) published over 600 books under 20+ different pseudonyms. In 1969 he was given the Mystery Writers of America's highest Honour, the Grand Master award.

©1961 John Creasey (P)2010 Audible Ltd

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    Larraine stretford, lancashire, United Kingdom 28/05/2013
    Larraine stretford, lancashire, United Kingdom 28/05/2013

    I enjoy listening to all types of audio,plays, factual as well as fiction. Comedy and classic crime are my favourites.

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    A good detective story in the old style, believable storyline and interesting characters, as well as satisfaction with finish.

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  • Kathy Matthews
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    12/03/11
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    "awful!"

    the speaker voice is awful! His dialects are not too bad, but his British accent is just repulsive. the 1st chapter of this book is so boring - Creasey goes on and on and on about the main character (not the Detective, but the crook). Worse book of his I've heard

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