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Summary

Settling himself in front of the station fire, a young policeman is little prepared for the account of bloody murder that will be relayed that night. For it seems that Mrs Crosscapel's lodging-house is a place of dark secrets and buried passions - emotions that will soon cloud even his own judgement. Who Killed Zebedee? is a brilliant and highly original tale of horror and the macabre.

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The brilliant Wilkie Collins

Where does Classic Tales of Mystery: Who Killed Zebedee? rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Quite high amongst the short stories

What was one of the most memorable moments of Classic Tales of Mystery: Who Killed Zebedee??

Its got quite a satisfying twist in the tale.

Which character – as performed by Sean Barrett – was your favourite?

The detective.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

Have listened half a dozen times at least- listen with the lights out!

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  • Saffron Walden, United Kingdom
  • 27-09-14

Quick mystery romp

A short story from Wilkie Collins, just perfect for a car journey or commute. This is a complete and well wrapped up mystery which all fits into 50 minutes. The narration could have been better, with a more naturalistic style, such as a person would speak, rather than obviously reading from a book. Not such great differentiation between characters either. Big fan of Wilkie Collins power of weaving a yarn. If this is your first short story of his, try others, they are excellent.