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The Chestermarke Instinct

Joseph Smith Fletcher (1863-1935)

1. 01 - The Missing Bank Manager
2. 02 - The Ellersdeane Deposit
3. 03 - Mr. Chestermarke Disclaims Liability
4. 04 - The Modern Young Woman
5. 05 - The Search Begins
6. 06 - Ellersdeane Hollow
7. 07 - The Travelling Tinker
8. 08 - The Saturday Night Stranger
9. 09 - No Further Information
10. 10 - The Chestermarke Way
11. 11 - The Search-Warrant
12. 12 - The First Find
13. 13 - The Partners Unbend
14. 14 - The Midnight Summons
15. 15 - Mr. Frederick Hollis
16. 16 - The Lead Mine
17. 17 - Accident or Murder
18. 18 - The Incomplete Cheque
19. 19 - The Dead Man's Brother
20. 20 - The Other Cheque
21. 21 - Cent per Cent
22. 22 - Speculation -- and Certainty
23. 23 - The Aggrieved Victim
24. 24 - Mrs. Carswell?
25. 25 - The Portrait
26. 26 - The Lightening Flash
27. 27 - The Old Dove-Cot
28. 28 - Sound-Proof
29. 29 - The Sparrows and the Sphere
30. 30 - Wreckage
31. 31 - The Prisoner Speaks

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Summary

Bank manager John Hornbury is missing, as are securities and jewels from the bank’s vault. Gabriel Chestermarke and his nephew Joseph have unaccountably refused to call in the police to investigate the theft from their bank. When Betty Fosdyke shows up to visit her Uncle John, she finds it past belief that he would simply disappear – let alone that he would commit larceny. Unable to simply sit by and wait while a detective from Scotland Yard investigates, Betty elicits the help of the chief clerk at Chestermarke’s bank and launches into the middle of the mystery.

Reviews

Steph

- The Chestermarke Instinct

Excellent reader, Good story, Thank you Mary-Anne.

Scott

Great story, read very well. Thank you MaryAnn!

Ann

Good story made better by the excellent reader.

Bernie

- Chestermarke Instinct

Another very good story by JS Fletcher, a story with lots of mystery and action. The story is even more enjoyable due to the high quality of the singular reader.

Cerise

- Good tale

Plenty of mystery, good characters and good reader.