Lady Jim of Curzon Street


Read by Jim Locke

(4.5 stars; 20 reviews)

Faced with bankruptcy and trapped in an unhappy marriage, Lady Jim Kaims has to solve her problems alone. After every decent way fails her, and with no friend to assist, she resorts to committing crimes. Fergus Hume delves into the mind of an extremely clever criminal with humor, understanding and even compassion. This book is a roller coaster ride which would keep you guessing from start to finish. - Summary by Stav Nisser. (15 hr 8 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 21:54 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 2 25:50 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 3 22:41 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 4 24:20 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 5 27:08 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 6 22:16 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 7 19:24 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 8 26:12 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 9 24:08 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 10 18:13 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 11 25:47 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 12 19:11 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 13 25:39 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 14 25:40 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 15 24:17 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 16 23:06 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 17 23:30 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 18 33:49 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 19 23:00 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 20 22:52 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 21 26:12 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 22 29:44 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 23 26:29 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 24 30:19 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 25 27:56 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 26 29:21 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 27 27:09 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 28 22:10 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 29 25:47 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 30 39:46 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 31 27:54 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 32 36:57 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 33 28:09 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 34 48:41 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 35 3:13 Read by Jim Locke

Reviews

What a bitch!

(3 stars)

Lady Jim is just shy of being completely selfish, self centered, & cruel. Her husband is a little better. Basically, she goes around using & destroying people either for her pleasure or money. You can say that she gets it in the end but I feel she didn't get enough. I found nothing redeeming about her. The reader has a nice calm voice but he trips a lot as if he isn't paying attention to the story. It was distracting for a while until I got used to it. He also has a habit of raising his voice as if asking a question when there is none but I adapted to that quickly.