The House of the Whispering Pines cover

The House of the Whispering Pines

Anna Katharine Green (1846-1935)

1. 01 - The Hesitating Step
2. 02 - It was She - She Indeed!
3. 03 - "Open!"
4. 04 - The Odd Candlestick
5. 05 - A Scrap of Paper
6. 06 - Comments and Reflections
7. 07a - Clifton Accepts my Case, part 1
8. 07b - Clifton Accepts my Case, part 2
9. 08 - A Chance! I take it!
10. 09 - "We Know of No Such Letter"
11. 10 - "I Can Help You"
12. 11 - In the Coachhouse
13. 12 - "Lila - Lila!"
14. 13 - "What We Want is Here
15. 14 - The Motionless Figure
16. 15 - Helen Surprizes Sweetwater
17. 16 - 62 Cuthbert Road
18. 17a - "Must I Tell These Things?"
19. 17b - "Must I Tell These Things?"
20. 18 - On It Was Written--
21. 19 - "It's Not What You Will Find"
22. 20 - "He or You! There is no Third"
23. 21 - Carmel Awakes
24. 22 - "Break In the Glass!"
25. 23 - At Ten Instead of Twelve
26. 24 - All This Stood
27. 25a - "I am Innocent"
28. 25b - "I am Innocent", part 2
29. 26 - The Syllable of Doom
30. 27 - Expectancy
31. 28 - "Where is my Brother?", part 1
32. 28b - "Where is my Brother?", part 2
33. 29a - "I Remembered the Room", part 1
34. 29b - "I Remembered the Room", part 2
35. 30a - "Choose!", part 1
36. 30b - "Choose!", part 2
37. 31 - "Were Her Hands Crossed Then?"
38. 32 - And I Had Said Nothing!
39. 33 - The Arrow of Death
40. 34 - "Steady!"
41. 35 - "As if it were a Mecca"
42. 36 - The Surcharged Moment

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Summary

The country club house The Whispering Pines was closed for the winter, but only one day after he locked the place personally, the narrator sees smoke come out of the chimney. He decides to investigate and enters the house. Hidden in the dark, he sees the sister of his fiance, the girl he secretly loves, run out of the house with tears in her eyes. Upstairs then, he discovers the dead body of his betrothed... (Introduction by Carolin)

Reviews

Bernie

- House of the Whispering Pines

A good story, involved and interesting, you get used to the reader eventually though mispronounced words can still detract from the reading.