Published January 30, 1997
by Audio Book Contractors, Inc. .
Written in English
|Contributions||Flo Gibson (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||3|
The newspapers had been full of the Jennie Brice disappearance. Fordisappearance it proved to be. So far as could be learned, she had notleft the city that night, or since, and as she was a striking-lookingwoman, very blond, as I have said, with a full voice and a languidmanner, she could hardly have taken refuge anywhere without beingdiscovered/5(20). The Case of Jennie Brice by Mary Roberts Rinehart was written in This tale is told from the standpoint of a past-her-prime manager of a boarding house. The events portrayed occurred during and after a flood that takes place in It was fairly easy to read, with a nice plot twist at the end. Also, it was fairly short, just an afternoon Cited by: 1. The Case of Jennie Brice by Mary Roberts Rinehart was written in This tale is told from the standpoint of a past-her-prime manager of a boarding house. The events portrayed occurred during and after a flood that takes place in It was fairly easy to read, with a nice plot twist at the end. Also, it was fairly short, just an afternoon /5(53). One of Mrs. Pittman's tenants, actress Jennie Brice, has disappeared and the landlady is certain not only that the unidentified body is Jennie's but also that Jennie's husband is the killer. Lacking evidence, the police have dropped the case but Mrs. Pittman's discovery of a broken knife and blood-stained rope are enough to strengthen her resolve.
The Case of Jennie Brice. By. Mary Roberts Rinehart. 4 (1 Review) Free Download. Read Online. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more. You can also read the full text online using our ereader.4/5(1). Subject: The Case of Jennie Brice mystery A great story with some fun twists from the flooding. Also gives fascinating glimpses into how Chicagoans managed decades ago, before flood management and air conditioning. (Keep the piano on the upper floor!) so 4/5(5). Mary Roberts Rinehart - The Case of Jennie Brice. CHAPTER IV It was after four when Mr. Holcombe had finished going over the room.I offered to make both the gentlemen some tea, for Mr. Pitman had beenan Englishman, and I had got into the habit of having /5(20). Told over a period of a week or two by Mrs. Pitman, The Case of Jennie Brice, is a wonderfully told mystery that relies on the sense of isolation and confined quarters that a flood creates. There is a wonderful group of supporting characters, including the niece of Mrs. Pitman, though the niece never realizes their connection.
item 5 The Case of Jennie Brice by Mary Roberts Rinehart (, Paperback) #d5 5 - The Case of Jennie Brice by Mary Roberts Rinehart (, Paperback) #d5. $ Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. % Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Quantity. The flood and the sight of Lida both brought back the case of Jennie Brice. For even then, Lida and Mr. Howell were interested in each other. This is April. The flood of was earlier, in March. It had been a long hard winter, with ice gorges in all the upper valley. Then, in early March, there came a thaw. Editions for The Case of Jennie Brice: (Hardcover published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), Cited by: 1. Wikipedia Book - The Case of Jennie Brice. Download M4B (MB) Download cover art Download CD case insert. The Case of Jennie Brice. Mary Roberts RINEHART ( - ) The flood brings in not only the muddy waters but a series of suspicious clues that convinced Mrs. Pitman, a boarding house keeper, that a murder has been committed at her.