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The Mystery of 31 New Inn

By: R. Austin Freeman
Narrated by: Graham Scott
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Narrated by Graham Scott

Overworked locum Dr. Jervis is called to the bedside of a gentleman who refuses to see a doctor except on the condition that the doctor must be told neither his name nor his address. After a strange ride in a closed carriage, Jervis finds his patient apparently suffering the effects of morphine poisoning, and departs with a sense of uneasiness. Anxious to trace the man again, Jervis consults his old friend and colleague, the eminent scientific investigator Dr. John Thorndyke - who is himself embroiled in the seemingly hopeless task of disproving the curiously self-defeating second will of the late John Blackmore....

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One of the most enjoyable mystery audiobooks

I especially liked the interweaving of two seemingly unrelated murders.
Thorndyke's forensic skills are awesome, and the book combines moments of great suspense with cozy deductions by the fireside.

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  • 06-24-21

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A good solid Dr Thorndyke story . Narration was ok and though this isnt the best book in the series, its still a decent golden age mystery.