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Roy McMillan: The Black Gang [Box]

Track List

>Black Gang By Saper: Chapt er 1: In Which Things Happen Near Barking Creek, The
>Two Candles Guttered On a Square Table...
>'Blimey!' Muttered Flash Jim...
>A Man From Behind Stepped Forward...
>'Injudicious' Said the Leader Quietly...
>Chapter 2: In Which Scotland Yard Sits Up and Takes Notice
>Involuntarily Sir Bryan Smiled...
>With a Thoughtful Look On His Face...
>'Great Scott! I Hope Not,' Cried Hugh In Alarm...
>They Were Both Looking Out of the Window...
>'Under No Circumstance, Hugh,' He Remarked...
>Chapter 3: In Which Hugh Drummond Composes a Letter
>'A Snob, Denny; a Snob,' Said Drummond...
>Chapter 4: In Which Count Zadowa Gets a Shock
>It Was Undoubtedly a House of Surprises...
>But the Count Was Speaking Again...
>He Was Frowning Angrily...
>Chapter 5: In Which Charles Latter, M.P., Goes Mad
>Mr. Charles Latter Was Not a Pleasant Specimen...
>And So, Towards the End of Dinner...
>'All Tucked Up and Comfy, Old Bean,' Cried Drummond...
>Latter Felt the Other's Hugh Hands On Him...
>Chapter 6: In Which an Effusion is Sent To the Newspapers
>Thus Was the Ball Started.
>True, Mr Charles Latter, M.P., Had Been Staying...
>But On That Subject John Smith Knew Nothing...
>'Sorry To Be So Long.'
>Chapter 7: In Which a Bomb Burst At Unpleasantly Close Quarters
>'Blimey!' Muttered the Man, Shrinking Back...
>Drummond Switched On His Electric Torch...
>Chapter 8: In Which the Bag of Nuts is Found By Accident
>'There Was a Big Desk In the Room...'
>Chapter 9: In Which There is a Stormy Supper At the Ritz
>'What Time Do You Expect Zadowa?'
>He Turned To the Clergyman, Still Motionless...
>Almost Indifferently the Clergyman Turned Back...
>Chapter 10: In Which Hugh Drummond Makes a Discovery
>Inspector Was Speaking..., The
>He Crossed Over To the Jagged Hole In the Wall...
>'I Ought To Have a Bit of Paper To Write It All Down...'
>Clergyman Took Off His Spe ctacles..., The
>Chapter 11: In Which Hugh Drummond and the Reverend Theodosius Longmoor Take Lunch Together
>He Glanced At His Watch and Turned To Darrell
>'I Believe He Did,' Answered Drummond...
>Chapter 12: In Which Count Zadowa is Introduced To Alive In Wonderland
>'My Dear Little Man,' Said Hugh...
>'And You Really Imagine,' Said the Hunchback...
>'Can We Come To an Understanding, Captain Drummond?'
>Chapter 13: In Which Hugh Drummond and the Reverend Theodosius Have a Little Chat
>Algy Longworth Stood Up, Serious For Once...
>With a Brief Nod He Was Gone...
>'I Am Going Straight To Scotland Yard...'
>Chapter 14: In Which a Rolls-Royce Runs Amok
>Man Disappeared Into the B athroom..., The
>'Do You Know, Theo,' He Remarked...
>He Saw the Men Leave the Room...
>'I Will Ring Later If I Require It...'
>'Yes, It Could Have Waited...'
>He Could See Nothing...
>Chapter 15: In Which Hugh Drummond Arrives At Maybrick Hall
>And Then Drummond Deliberately Decided...
>Suddenly He Stiffened and Crouched Motionless...
>He Glanced Into the Room Underneath Hers...
>He Was Examining the Steel Chain As He Spoke...
>He Rose and Paced Softly Up and Down the Room...
>Chapter 16: In Which Things Happen At Maybrick Hall
>Brain Moves Rapidly At Tim es..., The
>Certain It is That the Next Quarter of an Hour...
>He Had Got the Start He Wanted For Phyllis...
>And Then Suddenly He Again Saw a Man Approaching...
>Chapter 17: In Which a Murderer is Murdered At Maybrick Hall
>'Nothing is Easier,' He Remarked Suavely...
>'Go On,' Said Drummond Quietly...
>'The Man,' Continued Peterson
>Room Was Spinning Round..., The
>Chapter 18: In Which the Home Secretary is Taught the Fox-Trot
>Sir Bryan Leaned Back In His Chair and Lit a Cigarette...
>'But, My Dear Fellow,' Spluttered the Cabinet Minister...
>'To Return To the Island. McIver Went There...'
>'You've Been In Deauville, Haven't You...?'

Album Notes

Liner Note Author: Roy McMillan.

Editor: Dan King .



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