Doctor Izard


Read by Lee Smalley

(4.3 stars; 59 reviews)

The opening scene takes place in a hospital ward where two patients lie, apparently dying, when a man enters and offers a proposition to one of them. The story then shifts to another town where, years earlier, Polly Earle’s mother died of unknown causes and her father disappeared, leaving Polly, a small child, parentless and penniless. Raised by neighbors, Polly is now a beautiful young woman engaged to be married. A stranger arrives and makes an unsettling request of Polly. Doctor Izard, an intensely private person who had attended her mother, becomes involved. Anna Katherine Green, a prolific and popular mystery writer, was considered to be "The American Agatha Christie". (Lee Smalley) (5 hr 1 min)

Chapters

No. Thirteen, Ward Thirteen 23:32 Read by Lee Smalley
Hadley's Cave 7:45 Read by Lee Smalley
The Young Heiress 17:00 Read by Lee Smalley
Dr. Izard 28:24 Read by Lee Smalley
Nocturnal Wanderings 22:41 Read by Lee Smalley
The Portrait 4:46 Read by Lee Smalley
What the Stroke of a Bell Can Do 18:20 Read by Lee Smalley
The House on the Hill 12:37 Read by Lee Smalley
Ask Dr. Izard 11:51 Read by Lee Smalley
An Incredible Occurrence 10:06 Read by Lee Smalley
Face to Face 7:46 Read by Lee Smalley
At Home 5:40 Read by Lee Smalley
A Test 10:32 Read by Lee Smalley
Grace 21:13 Read by Lee Smalley
The Small, Slight Man 22:05 Read by Lee Smalley
The Letter 20:16 Read by Lee Smalley
Midnight at the Old Izard Place 10:51 Read by Lee Smalley
A Decision 8:36 Read by Lee Smalley
Tomorrow 15:42 Read by Lee Smalley
Dr. Izard's Last Day in Hamilton 21:51 Read by Lee Smalley

Reviews

Good story..great reading!

(4.5 stars)

The story line and plot were good...just not as polished as others of MKG. Maybe this was one of her early ones.... but the reader was excellent!

Dr Izard

(2.5 stars)

An interesting listen but it didn't really grab me. A few twists to keep you listening. AKG certainly wrote better.

One of my favorite readers

(3 stars)

interesting but not capturing.

good story

(5 stars)

Well written, well read, big hole in the plot, but entertaining nevertheless