Nancy Brandon's Mystery


Read by Sharon Kilmer

(4.2 stars; 41 reviews)

Nancy spends the summer with a cousin she hardly knows who has a friend who seems to be a bad influence. Secrets, jealousy and bitterness fill their days until they learn how to believe in themselves and overcome their bitterness when the truth is revealed. (Summary by Sharon Kilmer) (5 hr 44 min)

Chapters

Just A Little Love 15:12 Read by Sharon Kilmer
An Incidental Explosion 14:40 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Cousin And Coz 13:14 Read by Sharon Kilmer
From The Next Pile of Rocks 13:15 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Fall In The Woods 14:02 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Strange Rescue 12:45 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Lovely Lady Betty 13:49 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Rosalind's Sorrows 14:06 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Cure For Quarrels 13:02 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Marooned At Nightfall 13:42 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Trying On Idealism 13:31 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Woodland Rambles 14:35 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Spy 12:12 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Party of Blue 12:45 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Mysterious Happenings 12:37 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Doomed To Disaster 12:59 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Scouting For The Truants 12:45 Read by Sharon Kilmer
The Woodchoppers 13:46 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Queer Confidence 12:54 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Small Brown Bag 12:17 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Entanglements 11:57 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Girl And Her Room 14:48 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Shedding Secrets 15:39 Read by Sharon Kilmer
A Real Holiday 13:53 Read by Sharon Kilmer
Fantasy 19:40 Read by Sharon Kilmer

Reviews

Light fare


(4 stars)

I thought it was a nice light story. I disagree with the fat-shaming accusation. People didn't think the same way about obesity back then, and Rosalyn was the only one really worried about her weight.

really enjoyable


(5 stars)

not a typical mystery story but very interesting for younger listeners. old fashioned and well read.


(3 stars)

The begining seemed promising but it ended up being kind of long and boring.

a girl’s story


(3.5 stars)

Good reader of a summer visit


(5 stars)

very pleasant and easy to listen.


(2 stars)

what the hell was that? Poorly written fluff. It ended one chapter to soon. The entire book is fat shaming disguised as promoting a healthy self image.