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Helen Vardon's Confession

By R. Austin Freeman

Narrated by Graham Scott

When her beloved father is threatened with imprisonment over misappropriated trust funds, Helen Vardon agrees secretly to marry the man who holds her father's fate in his hand, to save both her father and herself from poverty and social disgrace. But the marriage merely precipitates a terrible personal disaster, and a series of events involving death and blackmail, which puts Helen herself under suspicion of murder. Can Dr. Thorndyke unravel the mystery in time to save her?

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  • Gordon Barclay
  • 07-16-22

Tedious and anti-semitic

Fans of 'golden age' crime fiction have to be prepared to deal with a certain amount of casual anti-Semitism, but some books go over the line. The villains in this story are two-dimensional Jewish stereotypes. Their Jewishness does nothing to advance the story, it's just the author's prejudice. I gave it until the half-way mark and then stopped listening. It also gives a whole new meaning to 'slow-moving'.