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Jacques Futrelle - The Diamond Master MP3
Performer: Jacques Futrelle
Title: The Diamond Master
Label: LibriVox
Country: US
Released: 23 Jun 2010
Style: Audiobook
Cat: 1006
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2504 mb | MP3 size: 1836 mb | WMA size: 1902 mb
Genre: Sounds

1Some Conjectures10:37
2The Third Degree8:07
3And More Diamonds !11:17
4The Astute Mr. Birnes17:25
5Thursday At Three15:28
6Tweedledum And Tweedledee8:17
7The Unlimited Supply14:15
8Caught In The Net11:14
9The Great Cube14:36
10The First Diamond12:19
11The Silent Bell13:47
12Mr. Czenki Appears8:17
13The Big Game13:58
14The Truth In Part14:35
15A Winged Messenger1:56
16Mr. Czenki Explains12:42
17The Mysterious Woman6:13


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  • Coordinator [Meta, Cataloging]Annise
  • Cover, DesignYagan
  • IllustrationHerman Pfeifer
  • Liner Notes [Introduction By]Dawn
  • Producer [Book Coordinator]Dawn Larsen
  • Read ByDawn Larsen
  • Supervised By [Dedicated Proof-listener]Annise


Fantastic mystery story, read in American English language.
Total running time: 3:15:03

Recording of a public-domain text
Creative Commons license: Public Domain


Jacques Heath Futrelle April 9, 1875 April 15, 1912 was an American journalist and mystery writer. He is best known for writing short detective stories featuring Professor Augustus S. Van Dusen, also known as The Thinking Machine for his use of logic. He died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Futrelle was born in Pike County, Georgia. He worked for the Atlanta Journal, where he began their sports section, the New York Herald, the Boston Post and the Boston American, where, in 1905, his. The diamond master. Futrelle, Jacques, 1875-1912. Publication date. Indianapolis : the Bobbs-Merrill company. cdl americana. Jacques Futrelle wrote The Diamond Master in 1909. At the time, there had been many attempts to create synthetic diamonds, some of them even successful. These experiments, however, could not be replicated reliably and generally produced very small stones. And thus, a modern reader will probably have some concept of the solution to the conundrum. This wouldn't entirely spoil the story, though, if handled in a particular way. Unfortunately, Futrelle chooses to be reasonably explicit about how the mysterious diamonds are created, as though putting forth his own proposal for such a process. The Diamond Master is a 1929 film serial directed by Jack Nelson. The film is considered to be lost. Based on a story by Jacques Futrelle who was one of the 1500 victims in the Titanic disaster in 1912. Hayden Stevenson - Mark Van Cortland Wynne. Louise Lorraine - Doris Killner. Al Hart - Randolph Latham. Monte Montague - Van's Manservant. Louis Stern - John Killner. Walter Maly. List of American films of 1929. List of film serials. List of film serials by studio. The Diamond Master on IMDb. Read The Diamond Master by Jacques Futrelle and discover the answer to the riddle. The author, Mr. Futrelle actually died on the historic Titanic after putting his writer-wife on a lifeboat but he left us this gem of a story behind Read more. 2 people found this helpful. THE DIAMOND MASTER does not include Futrelle's character Augustus Dusenm Ph. MD, but the storyline is very much in the Thinking Machine tradition. I evaluate stories by answering two questions: First, does the storyline distract me from the exercise machine that I am using while reading the book. Jacques Futrelle novel. Stars: Hayden Stevenson, Louise Lorraine, Al Hart See full cast & crew . Chapter titles: 1. The Secret of the Night 2. The Diamond of Death 3. The Tunnel of Terror 4. Trapped 5. The Diamond Machine 6. The Wolf Pack 7. The Death Trap 8. Into the Flames 9. The Last Stand 10. JACQUES FUTRELLE. Author of Elusive Isabel, The Thinking Machine, etc. Illustrated by Herman Pfeifer. A minute or more passed, a minute of wonder, admiration, allurement,but at last he ventured to lift the diamond from the box. It wasperfect, so far as he could see perfect in cutting and color anddepth, prismatic, radiant, bewilderingly gorgeous. Its value . 3 people found this helpful. 0 out of 5 starsI found this book a very refreshing read. March 3, 2017 - Published on . Verified Purchase. Book Description. Table of Contents. Chapter I. Chapter II. Chapter III. Chapter IV. Chapter V. The Problem of Cell 13. By Jacques Futrelle. Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Edward Sylvester Ellis. By Edward Sylvester Ellis. Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Horatio Alger, Jr. By Jr. Futrelle died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Futrelle left the Boston American in 1906 to focus his attention on writing novels. He had a harbor-view house built in Scituate, Massachusetts, which he called Stepping Stones, and spent most of his time there until his death in 1912. His last work, My Lady's Garter, was published posthumously in 1912