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The moonstone

Author: Wilkie Collins; Clive Swift; Chris Larkin; Delia Paton
Publisher: Germany : Naxos AudioBooks, ℗1995.
Series: Classic fiction (Naxos AudioBooks, Ltd.)
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : Fiction : English : AbridgedView all editions and formats
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A huge diamond, originally stolen from a temple in India, is given to Rachel Verinder on her eighteenth birthday. That night the diamond, the Moonstone, is stolen. Many are suspected of the theft, including Rachel. The truth is concealed under a wealth of possibilities.
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Genre/Form: Audiobooks
Fiction
History
Romantic suspense fiction
Historical fiction
Talking books
Talking books, Unabridged
Material Type: Fiction, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Wilkie Collins; Clive Swift; Chris Larkin; Delia Paton
ISBN: 9626340274 9789626340271
OCLC Number: 34414273
Notes: "Classic literature with classical music"--Container.
Compact discs.
Credits: Produced by Nicolas Soames.
Performer(s): Read by Clive Swift, Delia Paton, Neville Jason, Chris Larkin, Bill Homewood.
Description: 3 audio discs (3 hr., 56 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: CD 1. The storming of Seringapatam (5:17) --
Gabriel Betteridge's account begins (7:26) --
The Indian strangers (6:47) --
Rosanna's past (11:46) --
Love strikes (5:42) --
The birthday (6:39) --
The guest arrive (8:54) --
Sergeant Cuff arrives (10:20) --
Rosanna arouses suspicion (5:11) --
Cuff on the trail (5:09) --
Cuff declares his thoughts (5:01) --
CD 2. Rosanna perplexed (11:21) --
Rosanna's fate (8:30) --
Betteridge ends his account (6:11) --
Miss Clack begins her story (9:02) --
Luncheon with Aunt Verinder (6:34) --
Aunt Verinder's request (6:53) --
Behind the curtain (9:27) --
At Brighton (8:17) --
Mathew Bruff, Solictor (8:17) --
A strange visitor (6:34) --
CD. 3. Franklin Blake (7:09) --
Revelation at Cobb's Hole (4:26) --
Rosanna's last words (5:38) --
Back to London (6:33) --
Dorking and Yorkshire (9:19) --
The journal of Ezra Jennings (13:38) --
Blake resumes the story (11:27) --
An explanation, and a body (4:58) --
Sergeant Cuff's report (9:12) --
Mr. Candy's letter (1:47) --
India and the Moonstone (4:07).
Series Title: Classic fiction (Naxos AudioBooks, Ltd.)
Responsibility: Wilkie Collins.

Abstract:

A huge diamond, originally stolen from a temple in India, is given to Rachel Verinder on her eighteenth birthday. That night the diamond, the Moonstone, is stolen. Many are suspected of the theft, including Rachel. The truth is concealed under a wealth of possibilities.

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