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Mary Roberts Rinehart -- "America's Agatha Christie," as she used to be called -- set this story in a New York suburban town, shortly after the end of the first world war. Dick Livingstone is a young, successful doctor, who in the course of events becomes engaged to Elizabeth Wheeler. But there is a mystery about his past, and he thinks himself honor-bound to unravel it before giving himself to her in marriage. In particular, a shock of undetermined origin has wiped out his memory prior to roughly the last decade. Rinehart, who presumably had been reading, or reading about, the then popular Sigmund Freud, plays on what today is called "repressed memory," as she takes Dick into his past, and into the dangers that, unknown to him, lurk there. Is she correct about the behavior of memory? Who knows? After all, this is not a clinical treatise, but a work of fiction, one of the thrillers that made her such a popular writer of the earlier twentieth century.(Introduction by Nicholas Clifford)
Excellent reader, really enjoyed the story. Will search for more books narrated by him.
A very good story excellently narrated.
Excellent reader, Nicholas Clifford! I've listen a lot of books he acts here, and I will listen anything he reads, just trusting his taste! Many thanks.
Very well read story! Very interesting story.
Wonderfully read and an interesting and 'different' story. Thoroughly enjoyed this.
Good story and well read.
One of the best audiobooks (thanks to the wonderful reader) and examples of American literature of the beginning of the 20th century.
A good engaging mystery, not in the "weekend house party" style. I must say the reader was excellent! Would recommend.