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The Green Rust

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Don W. Jenkins

8 Hours 4 Minutes


January 2011

Audio Book Summary

A millionaire is taken suddenly ill, and sensing his mortality, he asks his attorney to do him one last favor—to find and secretly watch over his missing niece, the daughter of his profligate deceased sister. This niece at the appropriate time would become heir to his millions. However, the millionaire is mysteriously murdered, stabbed to death in his sick bed. Oliva Cresswell, the unsuspecting niece, has been a cashier in a large West End store for five years when she meets a Mr. Beale, a self-described wheat merchant, is attacked in her flat and rescued by this Mr. Beale, is offered a job as his confidential secretary, refuses him, is unexplainably sacked and finds herself in need of his offer. The mysteries multiply and deepen as the story proceeds. (Introduction by Don W. Jenkins)

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    Sure didn\'t turn out how I thought at first!

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    Very good book, excellent narration.

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    Very good read. Highly recommend

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  • Anonymous

    Ran Mattison... enjoyable story, believable characters, not super suspenseful but enough to keep you interested, with a dose of humor thrown in. A few words mispronounced, but not enough to be a distraction or mess up the story.

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  • Julie B.

    I really struggled with this narrator.

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  • Anonymous

    Loved this book. I’m not convinced by the marriage but I thoroughly enjoyed it. And a fantastic narration. One of the best audiobooks I’ve heard.

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  • Melanie R.

    pretty good

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    Poor narration very flat

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  • Gudrun Birna E

    Boring book

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  • sue L

    I find, as with many books, that the repetitive introduction before each chapter, about the book and reader unnecessary, and would be much better without it.

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