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The Treasure-Train

Arthur B. Reeve

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Having two or three friends who were members, I did not hesitate to drop around.

Unfortunately, none of my friends happened to be there, and I was forced, finally, to ask for Cranston himself, although all that I really wanted to know was whether he was there or not. One of the clerks told me that he had been in, but had left in a taxicab only a short time before.

As there was a cab-stand outside the club, I determined to make an inquiry and perhaps discover the driver who had had him. The starter knew him, and when I said that it was very important business on which I wanted to see him he motioned to a driver who had just pulled up.

A chance for another fare and a generous tip were all that was necessary to induce him to drive me to the Trocadero, a fashionable restaurant and cabaret, where he had taken Cranston a short time before. It was crowded when I entered, and, avoiding the headwaiter, I stood by the door a few minu. . . Read More

Community Reviews

As I’ve said in the past short story collections don’t usually rank high in my ratings. However this book does deserve 3½ stars. It’s only downfall to me was the very Abrupt endings.

Liked reading once but not a re-read pleasure for me. Seem to enjoy the novel with Sherlock Holmes with the same name more, so far. Clean. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Volume 5 - in the C. Kennedy series - however, the last story very long winded and dated.