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The Wedding Guest

Guy Boothby

Guy Boothby (1867 - 1905) was an Australian by birth, who came to England in 1894 and was quickly acknowledged as a masterly writer of thrillers and crime stories. His best work includes a series of stories which appeared in Pearson's Magazine in 1897 under the title The Prince of Swindlers. These stories describe the exploits of Simon Carne, one of the earliest society criminals whose cunning robberies were executed with oustanding imagination and ingenuity. In The Wedding Guest Simon Carne gets away with an extraordinary heist.

Guy Boothby (1867 - 1905) was an Australian by birth, who came to England in 1894 and was quickly acknowledged as a masterly writer of thrillers and crime stories. His best work includes a series of stories which appeared in Pearson's Magazine in 1897 under the title The Prince of Swindlers. These stories describe the exploits of Simon Carne, one of the earliest society criminals whose cunning robberies were executed with oustanding imagination and ingenuity. In The Wedding Guest Simon Carne gets away with an extraordinary heist.
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Guy Boothby (1867 - 1905) was an Australian by birth, who came to England in 1894 and was quickly acknowledged as a masterly writer of thrillers and crime stories. His best work includes a series of stories which appeared in Pearson's Magazine in 1897 under the title The Prince of Swindlers. These stories describe the exploits of Simon Carne, one of the earliest society criminals whose cunning robberies were executed with oustanding imagination and ingenuity. In The Wedding Guest Simon Carne gets away with an extraordinary heist.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Cathy Dobson

Length:

45m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

25:04


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

20:05