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The Circular Staircase

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7 Hours 42 Minutes

LibriVox

January 2011

Audio Book Summary

was originally published in 1908 and includes all the elements of the classic whodunit – mysterious events, ghostly apparitions, things that go bump in the night and murder. In The Circular Staircase "a middle-aged spinster is persuaded by her niece and nephew to rent a country house for the summer. The house they chose belonged to a bank defaulter who had hidden stolen securities in the walls. The gentle, peace-loving trio is plunged into a series of crimes solved with the help of the aunt."

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Reviews

  • Monica d

    Delicious and inspiring, made me cry in the end. Loved it!

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  • Judy L.

    The book was good, but there was to many readers and some were hard to understand.

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  • Anonymous

    Readers with accents are a distraction to understanding

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  • Debbie P.

    Some of the narrators are difficult to understand which makes it disjointed. However, the story is really good it\'s a thriller it twists and turns and just when you think you know what\'s going on the writer takes you up a different track. It is an excellent story well written and I would recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    To many narrator changes with some that you couldn’t understand made it difficult to enjoy.

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  • Jacqueline E.

    Always a pleasant surprise when the story you least expect turns out to be such a good one. This is one of those. I unlike others it seems, enjoy the different narrators. Has the feel of sitting at a gathering in the late 1800s passing a book around for each person to read a chapter. I do agree the one women’s accent was very thick, making it difficult to understand. Over all I enjoyed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Great story. I really enjoyed it. It had several narrators offering nearly every accent I can think of. Some were more difficult to understand, one (Russian?) being especially difficult. If she had been the only narrator, I certainly would not have finished the book.

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