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Cleek: The Man of the Forty Faces

Cleek: The Man of the Forty Faces by Thomas W. Hanshew
By: (1857-1914)

Cleek: The Man of the Forty Faces by Thomas W. Hanshew is a thrilling and captivating mystery novel that kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. The story follows the enigmatic Cleek, a master of disguise and deduction, as he unravels a complex web of crimes and conspiracies.

Hanshew's writing is masterful, with vivid descriptions and well-developed characters that bring the story to life. Cleek is a fascinating protagonist, with his ability to transform himself into different personas creating an air of mystery and intrigue. The plot is full of twists and turns, keeping the reader guessing until the very end.

Overall, Cleek: The Man of the Forty Faces is a must-read for fans of mystery and suspense. Hanshew's storytelling is top-notch, and Cleek is a character that will stick with you long after you've finished the book. I highly recommend this novel to anyone looking for a thrilling and entertaining read.

Book Description:

Meet Hamilton Cleek – man of mystery, and master of disguise and derring-do.

Cleek’s exploits are, to say the least, highly improbable, but the book is enormous fun. The goodies are good and the baddies are very bad indeed, but beware – things are not always what they seem. Suspend your disbelief and enjoy a rattling good yarn!

Cleek is the central figure in dozens of short stories that began to appear in 1910 and were subsequently collected in a series of books.

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 4 reviews)

Reviewer: - June 20, 2015
Subject: leek: The Man of the Forty Faces
A clever story though not exceptional. Ruth Golding does an excellent and consistent narration, enjoyable throughout.
Reviewer: - October 27, 2014
Subject: Cleek the man of the forty faces
Golding the woman of the forty voices! Ruth is a first class reader. The main character draws heavily on Lupin with the love of a good women reforming the master thief I personally prefered the bad woman as Ailsa cried a bit to readily and often for me Good tales extremely well told
Reviewer: - August 22, 2014
Subject: Cleek
Fantastic reader! So professional and entertaining. I liked the characters in the book. Really Fun to listen to.Thank you sooo much!
Reviewer: - June 1, 2013
Wonderful book! Drawn into the character very quickly. A mix of Sherlock Holmes and the T.V. show White Collar (but much more entertaining).

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