Elusive Isabel

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(4 stars; 11 reviews)

Elusive Isabel is a novel by Jacques Futrelle (April 9, 1875 - April 15, 1912) first published in 1909. Set in Washington, D.C., it is a spy novel about an international conspiracy of the "Latin" countries against the English-speaking world with the aim to take over world control (Summary from Wikipedia) (4 hr 45 min)


Miss Isabel Thorne 10:40 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Mr. Campbell and the Cable 9:03 Read by J. M. Smallheer
The Language of the Fan 10:36 Read by Gesine
The Fleeing Woman 10:50 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
A Visit to the Count 9:08 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Revelations 10:03 Read by J. M. Smallheer
The Signal 9:41 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Miss Thorne and Not Miss Thorne 6:48 Read by Laura Caldwell
Fifty Thousand Dollars 11:36 Read by Roger Melin
A Safe Opening 11:42 Read by Roger Melin
The Lace Handkerchief 12:40 Read by Laura Caldwell
The Vanishing Diplomatist 10:34 Read by Laura Caldwell
A Conference in the Dark 15:06 Read by Kalynda
A Rescue and an Escape 9:35 Read by Roger Melin
Master of the Situation 9:06 Read by Roger Melin
Letters from Jail 12:18 Read by Roger Melin
A Call on the Warden 7:36 Read by webround
Notice to Leave 5:31 Read by Esther
By Wireless 10:03 Read by Roger Melin
The Light in the Dome 7:41 Read by Esther
A Slip of Paper 11:22 Read by Roger Melin
The Compact 11:12 Read by Roger Melin
The Percussion Cap 14:41 Read by Roger Melin
The Personal Equation 17:00 Read by Roger Melin
We Two 14:21 Read by Roger Melin
In Which They Both Win 16:30 Read by Roger Melin


Good tale great narration

(5 stars)

I really enjoyed this tale,read by a all star Librivox cast of readers. I found Isabel a very intriguing and a little difficult to figure out at times very charming. I found the ending a little bit different than I thought it would be, but a good one. Thanks to all the great readers and a very enjoyable time! This is well worth a listen.

(3 stars)

good story but one of the readers kept changing accents in the middle of the sentence constantly if they're it stop being funny it was just annoying

Confusing and irritating

(2 stars)

This book had some good moments, but mostly it was too convoluted to be believable. And the title character was just irritating.

good spy tale

(4 stars)

Enjoyed this adventure and the chacacter Isabel. Thanks to all the readers a great job of reading. Enjoy!

(5 stars)

Great story with action at every corner!