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TROLLOPE, A.: Eustace Diamonds (The) (Unabridged)

Before Sir Florian Eustace dies, he gives his beloved wife Lizzie a beautiful and expensive diamond necklace valued over £10,000. Dispute soon rages between the Eustace family and the manipulative and conniving Lizzie: it’s claimed that the diamonds are a precious family heirloom, but Lizzie argues they were a gift. Is she lying? As the family’s lawyer determines to reunite them with the jewels, Lizzie resorts to increasingly desperate measures, until one day the jewels are stolen. Who is responsible? The third novel in Trollope’s Palliser series, The Eustace Diamonds is a wonderfully absorbing blend of dark cynicism and humour.



Disc 1

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   The Eustace Diamonds 00:11:31
2.   The match with Sir Florian Eustace… 00:12:00
3.   Chapter 2 00:11:37
4.   When this was said Lizzie had been a widow nearly a year… 00:11:28
5.   Chapter 3 00:11:15
6.   Lucy Morris certainly was a treasure… 00:12:01


Disc 2

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 4 00:11:12
2.   Frank Greystock was at this time… 00:10:49
3.   Chapter 5 00:09:08
4.   A few days after it was sent… 00:11:32
5.   They were sitting together one May afternoon… 00:09:37
6.   Chapter 6 00:09:27
7.   'As you are my niece…' 00:10:28


Disc 3

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 7 00:12:32
2.   Lucy felt her face tingling with heat… 00:10:47
3.   Chapter 8 00:08:32
4.   'Lady Eustace,' he said… 00:07:44
5.   Chapter 9 00:11:06
6.   When the girls heard the news… 00:10:24
7.   Lizzie was of course at home… 00:08:47


Disc 4

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 10 00:10:39
2.   'They are my own, – altogether my own.' 00:09:41
3.   The door was hardly closed behind him… 00:08:59
4.   Chapter 11 00:07:54
5.   It was a Saturday evening… 00:06:35
6.   Chapter 12 00:08:33
7.   During the last few days… 00:08:14
8.   Chapter 13 00:08:30


Disc 5

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Two things, no doubt… 00:06:36
2.   When Eustace left him, Greystock lit his cigar… 00:08:59
3.   Chapter 14 00:12:24
4.   Now, if among Lord Fawn's merits… 00:11:23
5.   Chapter 15 00:14:59
6.   The fact that Mr Greystock had proposed in form… 00:12:26


Disc 6

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 16 00:09:19
2.   Frank made his demand very well… 00:10:19
3.   Chapter 17 00:12:40
4.   Lady Eustace did go to Lady Glencora's evening party… 00:08:01
5.   Chapter 18 00:12:26
6.   As he thought of it after he had done it… 00:14:15


Disc 7

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 19 00:12:58
2.   'After all we must come to facts,' he said… 00:13:07
3.   Chapter 20 00:13:24
4.   Chapter 21 00:08:23
5.   The castle stood upon a bluff of land… 00:11:42
6.   She began her reading… 00:09:31
7.   Chapter 22 00:04:48


Disc 8

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   The letter she received on the Sunday morning… 00:09:58
2.   Chapter 23 00:11:58
3.   'Frank, I don't care twopence for his honesty…' 00:13:37
4.   Chapter 24 00:08:03
5.   When he had first kissed his cousin… 00:11:30
6.   Chapter 25 00:10:14
7.   When Mr Camperdown had thrice read this opinion… 00:07:07


Disc 9

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 26 00:14:12
2.   'They are here, — in the castle…' 00:14:17
3.   Chapter 27 00:14:23
4.   Chapter 28 00:13:32
5.   'John,' he said, opening his door. 00:14:49


Disc 10

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 29 00:09:18
2.   Amelia left the culprit… 00:11:44
3.   Chapter 30 00:08:30
4.   Days passed by, and nothing was said… 00:13:36
5.   Chapter 31 00:11:00
6.   I don't think John Eustace has ever said a word…' 00:08:51
7.   'You have been saved, then, from a greater evil.' 00:09:21


Disc 11

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 32 00:14:47
2.   Chapter 33 00:08:45
3.   What were they to do 00:14:36
4.   Chapter 34 00:08:34
5.   'Perhaps you consider yourself pretty.' 00:10:57
6.   Chapter 35 00:06:15


Disc 12

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   And so also has the reading world taught itself… 00:10:11
2.   At Bobsborough he met his constituents… 00:08:33
3.   Chapter 36 00:10:21
4.   Lucinda Roanoke was undoubtedly… 00:10:39
5.   Chapter 37 00:10:33
6.   On that Monday the meet was comparatively… 00:09:40
7.   Lord George was constant and patient… 00:08:21


Disc 13

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 38 00:11:17
2.   When Lord George and Lizzie had mounted… 00:12:03
3.   Morgan, knowing well the horse he rode… 00:13:20
4.   Volume 2. Chapter 39 00:11:19
5.   Chapter 40 00:09:45
6.   Chapter 41 00:12:52


Disc 14

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Mrs Carbuncle, in her great anxiety… 00:08:47
2.   Chapter 42 00:13:36
3.   Chapter 43 00:11:23
4.   On the great subject of the diamonds… 00:12:43
5.   Chapter 44 00:13:21
6.   Late in the evening Lord George strolled out… 00:12:41


Disc 15

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 45 00:08:26
2.   The box had been found… 00:12:51
3.   Chapter 46 00:08:29
4.   No doubt the dean and Mrs Greystock… 00:12:01
5.   People seem to think it possible,' said Lizzie… 00:08:56
6.   Chapter 47 00:11:14
7.   Travellers', 29 Jan., 186 —… 00:11:19


Disc 16

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 48 00:14:49
2.   Chapter 49 00:10:40
3.   There was a young detective in the force… 00:12:26
4.   Chapter 50 00:11:26
5.   'I wish the diamonds had been thrown into the sea,' said Mrs Carbuncle. 00:10:12
6.   Chapter 51 00:14:00


Disc 17

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 52 00:14:00
2.   When that had come she was relieved… 00:12:37
3.   Chapter 53 00:13:52
4.   'Didn't somebody once give some one…' 00:14:09
5.   Chapter 54 00:14:18


Disc 18

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   On the next day Lady Glencora actually did call… 00:08:22
2.   Chapter 55 00:11:19
3.   Chapter 56 00:13:09
4.   This was considered by Mrs Hittaway… 00:11:45
5.   Chapter 57 00:12:46
6.   'Take 'em to Benjamin,' said Bunfit, with confidence. 00:13:20


Disc 19

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 58 00:10:11
2.   Chapter 59 00:11:07
3.   Lord Fawn was to call upon Lady Eustace… 00:11:46
4.   Chapter 60 00:14:53
5.   Fawn Court, 3rd March, 18 —… 00:13:50


Disc 20

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 61 00:13:35
2.   Exactly at the hour named Lord Fawn came… 00:12:10
3.   Lizzie was still standing, waiting for an answer… 00:10:17
4.   Chapter 62 00:08:07
5.   'I don't know that I want to know any more….' 00:08:48
6.   Chapter 63 00:09:06
7.   He asked for her, and was shown at once… 00:08:51


Disc 21

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 64 00:14:20
2.   Chapter 65 00:11:58
3.   'You must do something handsome…' 00:09:30
4.   Chapter 66 00:12:28
5.   She could surely still do better… 00:09:38
6.   Chapter 67 00:07:06


Disc 22

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   At last he wrote his letter… 00:13:53
2.   Chapter 68 00:10:20
3.   When three o'clock came she had not started… 00:11:47
4.   Chapter 69 00:10:52
5.   This happened on the Sunday, on which day… 00:11:30
6.   More than once in the night Mrs Carbuncle… 00:08:00


Disc 23

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 70 00:14:56
2.   Chapter 71 00:11:47
3.   'But the thieves thought that the diamonds were in the box' 00:14:14
4.   Chapter 72 00:09:29
5.   Lizzie, in her fears, had been very punctual… 00:09:00


Disc 24

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 73 00:10:53
2.   This epistle Lizzie did send… 00:09:27
3.   Yes; — Lady Eustace; it is so.' 00:11:04
4.   Chapter 74 00:08:10
5.   She was handed to a chair… 00:08:41
6.   Chapter 75 00:07:09
7.   'Then came the robbery…' 00:08:22


Disc 25

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 76 00:11:19
2.   Such was the state of mind… 00:08:54
3.   Travellers again entered the carriage… 00:10:30
4.   Chapter 77 00:12:13
5.   She would not condescend to alter her dress… 00:11:54


Disc 26

  The Palliser Novels, Book 3: The Eustace Diamonds (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 78 00:11:02
2.   'And now, gentlemen of the jury…' 00:12:28
3.   Chapter 79 00:10:55
4.   The conversation was at first, of course… 00:13:15
5.   Chapter 80 00:14:22

Total Playing Time: 29:30:34






Author(s):
Trollope, Anthony

Reader(s):
Shaw-Parker, David

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0300

Barcode: 9781781981146

Physical Release: 03/2018

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