The Bedlam Detective by way of Stephen Gallagher

The Bedlam Detective by way of Stephen Gallagher
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 273 MB
Overview: The mystery, set in England in 1912, introduces Sebastian Becker, a resourceful, underpaid govt detective serves as particular investigator for the Masters of Lunacy. He is charged with investigating the price range of wealthy eccentrics. Responding to claims that rich Sir Owain Lancaster misplaced his sanity on an ill-fated go back and forth to the Amazon, all the way through which his spouse and kid perished, Becker travels from his cramped workplaces in London’s infamous (Bethlehem) Bedlam Hospital to the agricultural the town of Arnmouth.
He arrives to find two younger ladies had been murdered, and it isn’t the primary time kids have come to hurt on this small the town. With Owain’s sanity is in query, Becker suspects him of the killings. A sensible younger suffragette and the wild daughter of a horse instructor had a daunting formative years revel in that can dangle one of the crucial solutions Becker seeks, however provided that Becker can persuade them to consider him in time.
Through scenes with Becker’s savant son, narrator Michael Page displays Becker to be a tight guy with a transparent grab of the variation between insane and whimsical. Page ramps up the joy when two kids are discovered brutally murdered and Lancaster insists the evil has adopted him
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction

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The Bedlam Detective by way of Stephen Gallagher

The Bedlam Detective by way of Stephen Gallagher
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 273 MB
Overview: The mystery, set in England in 1912, introduces Sebastian Becker, a resourceful, underpaid govt detective serves as particular investigator for the Masters of Lunacy. He is charged with investigating the budget of wealthy eccentrics. Responding to claims that rich Sir Owain Lancaster misplaced his sanity on an ill-fated travel to the Amazon, all the way through which his spouse and kid perished, Becker travels from his cramped workplaces in London’s infamous (Bethlehem) Bedlam Hospital to the agricultural the town of Arnmouth.
He arrives to find two younger women had been murdered, and it isn’t the primary time youngsters have come to hurt on this small the town. With Owain’s sanity is in query, Becker suspects him of the killings. A sensible younger suffragette and the wild daughter of a horse instructor had a daunting adolescence revel in that can grasp one of the vital solutions Becker seeks, however provided that Becker can persuade them to believe him in time.
Through scenes with Becker’s savant son, narrator Michael Page presentations Becker to be a good guy with a transparent seize of the variation between insane and whimsical. Page ramps up the thrill when two youngsters are discovered brutally murdered and Lancaster insists the evil has adopted him
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction

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The Bedlam Detective – Stephen Gallagher [Audiobook]

The Bedlam Detective – Stephen Gallagher [Audiobook]

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Bedlam’s Door: True Tales of Madness and Hope [Audiobook]

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Bedlam’s Door by Mark Rubinstein (.M4B)

Bedlam’s Door: True Tales of Madness and Hope by Mark Rubinstein
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 186 MB
Overview: Why would a Hungarian man run down a Manhattan street ranting "I’m king of the Puerto Ricans"? What made a physically healthy woman persuade surgeons to operate on her more than a dozen times? How could a man in a straitjacket commit suicide while in a strictly supervised, locked psychiatric ward? Though these and the other stories in this book sound like fiction, each is true. Former practicing psychiatrist Mark Rubinstein takes listeners deep into the world of mental illness.
From the chaos of a psychiatric ER to the bowels of a maximum security prison, the stories range from bizarre to poignant and the people from noble to callous. Bedlam’s Door depicts the challenges mental illness poses for patients, families, and health-care professionals and offers hope for the future. Like the case histories in The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks, it shows that though every person’s story is unique, we are all more alike than different and are linked by our shared human experience.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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