The Twin Mystery

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(4.4 stars; 29 reviews)

Nick Carter is a fictional detective who first appeared in 1886 in dime store novels. Over the years, different authors, all taking the nom de plume Nicholas Carter, have penned stories featuring "America's greatest detective". In this story, Nick receives a letter foretelling of a murder. His wife, Edith, believes it was from a woman... but who is the Brown Robin, and why taunt the great detective? - Summary by Lynne Thompson (4 hr 22 min)


The Brown Robin 13:52 Read by TR Love
The Way of the Robin 14:39 Read by TR Love
A Blind Chase 13:29 Read by TR Love
The Real Thing 12:34 Read by Howard Skyman
The Brown Robin Dines 12:24 Read by Howard Skyman
An Audacious Visitor 8:34 Read by Veronica Maresh Mead
Chick's Great Discovery 11:06 Read by Veronica Maresh Mead
A Deep Game 11:20 Read by Veronica Maresh Mead
The Trap 11:25 Read by Jim Locke
How the Trap Was Sprung 13:29 Read by Howard Skyman
At the Dog Show 12:09 Read by Howard Skyman
Dead in her Carriage 15:41 Read by Jim Locke
Possibilities 12:05 Read by Kyle Donelan
A Change of Front 16:48 Read by Kyle Donelan
Closer to Masson 11:12 Read by Paul Hampton
Ida in Trouble 13:47 Read by Paul Hampton
A New Side 10:30 Read by Howard Skyman
In Durance Vile 9:26 Read by Howard Skyman
A Dashing Rescue 13:08 Read by Jim Locke
Patsy's Triumph 15:50 Read by TR Love
The Murderer 9:27 Read by TR Love



(5 stars)

TWO typical Nick Carter mysteries, terse and successful. It would enhance the reading experience if we simply focussed on the story, not especially the readers. I have also complained about readers, but only because they were apparently non-English speakers and were totally impossible to understand. Some of the readers of this work perhaps read in an unusual manner. but they could be understood. I am appreciative of that!

Good yarn.

(5 stars)

A couple of the reader's were not very good but overall well read.

the Twin Mystery

(5 stars)

enjoyed it. great readers. thank you.


(1 stars)

an alright book with some awful readers. Jon Locke in particular should NEVER read aloud again. just the worst most monotone lazy reading. awkward pacing. putting emphasis on almost every 4th word for some reason?? he singlehandedly destroys this version. some of the other folks do passable jobs. Howard Skyman was amazing. 👏 you sir were the very best reader. I could listen to you for days. Paul Hampton was pretty good too.