The Three Hostages


Read by Kimberly Krause

(3.8 stars; 19 reviews)

The Three Hostages is the fourth of five Richard Hannay novels. The Richard Hannay novels are action/mystery/spy novels with a James bond feel. This book starts out with Richard Hannay married to Mary Lamington living in Fosse Manor. He is asked to work undercover and figure out who kidnapped three children of prominent people, while Scotland Yard investigate the abductions officially. Different friends help him solve the mystery. It's suspenseful and a fun action packed mystery! - Summary by Kimberly Shoemaker (11 hr 59 min)

Chapters

Doctor Greenslade Theorises 25:15 Read by Kimberly Krause
I Hear Of The Three Hostages 42:41 Read by Kimberly Krause
Researches In The Subconscious 32:32 Read by Kimberly Krause
I Make The Acquaintance Of A Popular Man 40:56 Read by Kimberly Krause
The Thursday Club 31:18 Read by skgm1010
The House In Gospel Oak 42:10 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
Some Experiences Of A Disciple 32:52 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
The Blind Spinner 22:04 Read by Beth Blakely
I am Introduced To Strong Magic 22:27 Read by Beth Blakely
Confidences At A Wayside Inn 37:13 Read by Matea Bracic
How A German Engineer Found Strange Fishing 42:49 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
I Return To Servitude 23:38 Read by KT
I Visit The Fields Of Eden 22:11 Read by Jonathan Chausse
I Visit the Fields of Eden Part 2 17:20 Read by Jonathan Chausse
Sir Archibald Roylance Puts His Foot In It 33:12 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
How A French Nobleman Discovered Fear 25:51 Read by Lissy Schneider
Our Time Is Narrowed 35:34 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
The District - Visitor In Palmyra Square 20:37 Read by Peter Thomlinson
The Night Of The First Of June 37:34 Read by Mark Nelson
The Night Of The First Of June – Later 40:14 Read by Mark Nelson
Machray 31:45 Read by Mark Nelson
How I Stalked Wilder Game Than Deer 33:12 Read by Kimberly Krause
How I Stalked Wilder Game than Deer part 2 25:51 Read by Kimberly Krause

Reviews

Great story but read by committee


(2.5 stars)

worth the effort. Some readers are very good somewhere good and one was poor. Pronunciation of terms was highly variable. One excellent reader. and one that didn't bother to check pronunciation before her endeavor. But overall it's worth listening to for an excellent story.

might have been a good story


(3 stars)

I appreciate the reader’s effort very much, but her reading style is lifeless and flat, which robs the story of interest and excitement. Her mispronunciations, especially of names, was hard to listen to.


(4 stars)

An incompetent reader for the first and last chapters; otherwise excellent.