The Jim Stringer railway mystery collection

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The Jim Stringer railway mystery collection
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#1. The Necropolis Railway [2002] 7 hours 5 mins 32 kbps / 22 kHz Mono CBR.
A chance encounter leads young Jim Stringer a railway pter to move from Ykshire to Waterloo and a better job. But the London of 1903 is a wld of garish pubs and tawdry brothels boxed in by towering blank-faced facties. Jim finds that his duties are mysteriously confined to the strangest cner of the South Western's business: a railway line that runs to an enmous cemetery. Still me perplexingly the men he wks alongside have fmed an instant loathing f him and his predecess has disappeared under suspicious circumstances! Can Jim wk out what is going on befe he too is traveling on a one-way coffin ticket aboard the Necropolis Railway?
#2. The Blackpool Highflyer [2004] 11 hours 33 mins 32 kbps / 22 kHz Mono CBR. [* Many thanks to Telpointer f this one.]
When his train is nearly derailed a young Ykshire railwayman once me turns sleuth. Since his previous escapade (The Necropolis Railway 2002) engine cleaner Jim Stringer has gotten closer to his lifelong dream of driving a train. As fireman aboard The Blackpool Highflyer he gets to ride alongside rugged driver Clive Carter. In 1905 trains like the Highflyer are growing in imptance as modes of transptation even f the wking class. During a trip from Halifax to Blackpool the train suffers what the press calls a "narrow escape" after someone places a large stone on the track. Clive is heralded as a hero f averting total disaster but a young woman named Margaret Dyson is killed and her son phaned in the suspicious accident. Jim is well aware that Clive was driving too fast. So when the train goes on an unfeseen hiatus Jim driven by guilt as well as curiosity decides to investigate. His wife faithful and intuitive provides mal and cpal suppt and a nightly sounding board. Jim's probe provides Martin an excuse to pack the narrative with histical col as well as a pletha of train le. Jim encounters radical socialists itching to incite facty hands to an uprising and the possibly crupt owners who exploit them. Is the death of the 99-year-old chairman of Hind's Mill due to natural causes a link to the alleged crime* (Kirkus Reviews)
#3. The Lost Luggage Pter [2006] 9 hours 12 mins 48 kbps / 44 kHz Mono CBR.
The sty is set in winter in 1906. After his adventures as an amateur sleuth Jim Stringer is now an official railway detective wking from Yk Station f the mighty Nth Eastern Railway Company. But he's not a happy man. As the rain falls incessantly on the city's ancient neglected streets the local paper carries a sty highly unusual by Yk standards: two brothers have been shot to death. Meanwhile on the station platfms Jim Stringer meets the Lost Luggage Pter humblest among the employees of the Nth Eastern Railway company. He tells Jim a tale which leads him to the roughest part of town a place where the police constables always walk in twos. Jim is off on the trail of pickpockets 'station loungers' and other small fry of the Yk underwld. But then in a tiny one-room pub with a badly smoking fire he enters the bit of a dangerous disturbed villain who is playing f much higher stakes.
#4. Murder at Deviation Junction [2007] 8 hours 38 mins 32 kbps / 22 kHz Mono CBR.
A train hits a snow drift in the frozen Cleveland Hills. In the process of clearing the line a body is discovered and so begins a dangerous case f struggling Edwardian railway detective Jim Stringer. Jim's new investigation takes him to the mighty blast furnaces of Ironopolis to Fleet Street in the company of a cynical repter from "The Railway Rover" and to a nightmarish spot in the Highlands. Jim's faltering career in the railway police hangs on whether he can solve the murder - but befe long the pursuer becomes the pursued and Jim finds himself fighting not just f his job but f his very life as well.
#5. Death on a Branch Line [2008] 8 hours 31 mins 48 kbps / 44 kHz Mono CBR.
It's the sweltering summer of 1911 and one Friday evening a special train rolls into Yk station. It carries a young aristocrat recently found guilty of murdering his father in the sleepy village of Adenwold. He is briefly entrusted into the custody of railway detective Jim Stringer and he warns of another murder likely to happen in the same village - that of his brother a reclusive intellectual. Jim and his wife Lydia take the train along the near deserted branch line to Adenwold. Here they encounter a host of likely suspects and the intended victim as Jim has one weekend in which to stop a murder and unravel a conspiracy of international dimensions.
#6. The Last Train to Scarbough [2009] 9 hours 20 mins 48 kbps / 44 kHz Mono CBR.
One night in a private boarding house in Scarbough a railwayman vanishes leaving his belongings behind. A reluctant Jim Stringer is sent to investigate. It is March 1914 and Jim Stringer railway detective is uneasy about his next assignment. It's not so much the prospect Scarbough in the gloomy off-season that bothers him even the fact that the last railwayman to stay in the house has disappeared without trace. It's me that his governer Chief Inspect Saul Weatherhill seems to be deliberately holding back details of the case - and that he's been sent to Scarbough with a trigger-happy assistant. The lodging house is called Paradise but as Jim discovers it's hardly that in reality. It is however home to the seductive and beautiful Amanda Rickerby a woman evidently capable of derailing Jim's marriage and a good deal me besides. As a stm brews in Scarbough it becomes increasingly unlikely that Jim will ever ride the train back to Yk.
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