Jimmie Dale and the Phantom Clue


Read by Anna Simon

(4.9 stars; 390 reviews)


Jimmie Dale, alias The Gray Seal, alias Smarlinghue, is back in the criminal underworld of New York. He is desperately trying to find the criminal called the Phantom, alias Gentleman Laroque, in order to protect Marie, alias The Tocsin, the love of his life. A fast-paced, adventurous story riddled with aliases, disguises, gunfire and opium dens.

Third book about the adventures of Jimmie Dale. The first two are already available at LibriVox. - Summary by Anna Simon (10 hr 17 min)

Chapters

The Tocsin 20:32 Read by Anna Simon
The Gray Seal 37:10 Read by Anna Simon
One Isaac Shiftel 19:16 Read by Anna Simon
Threads 20:38 Read by Anna Simon
Mother Margot 26:37 Read by Anna Simon
The Man with the Rubber-Tipped Cane 15:57 Read by Anna Simon
The Message 25:07 Read by Anna Simon
Jimmie Dale pays a Visit 15:49 Read by Anna Simon
The House with the Broken Stairs 19:37 Read by Anna Simon
Beggar Pete 27:16 Read by Anna Simon
The panelled Wall 28:06 Read by Anna Simon
Little Sweeney 28:43 Read by Anna Simon
The Lesser Breed 15:50 Read by Anna Simon
The Cat's-Paw 18:41 Read by Anna Simon
Behind the Doors of the Underworld 22:28 Read by Anna Simon
English Steve 16:07 Read by Anna Simon
A Devil's Alibi 26:42 Read by Anna Simon
The Voice 18:17 Read by Anna Simon
Jackals 22:02 Read by Anna Simon
At a Quarter to Three 19:04 Read by Anna Simon
The Call of the Night 23:50 Read by Anna Simon
A Tapped Wire 14:07 Read by Anna Simon
The Pieces of a Puzzle 23:08 Read by Anna Simon
The Black Box 20:16 Read by Anna Simon
In the Sanctuary 29:07 Read by Anna Simon
At "The White Rat" 15:22 Read by Anna Simon
The Lair 19:58 Read by Anna Simon
Blind Peter's 17:53 Read by Anna Simon
The Port of Dawn 10:03 Read by Anna Simon

Reviews

Exciting for a Century old!


(5 stars)

This is best as a stand alone novel. When read, or listening, this Author's trilogy is redundant. Our Hero is a bit too perfect & his lady love, a bit too self sacrificing, however, each novel alone, is great. The LibriVox Volunteer is difficult to understand occasionally, though an extraordinary Reader. I highly recommend these Jimmy Dale adventures.

Good to the end.


(5 stars)

Reader, as always, was excellent. The story also remained gripping. The cloak-and-dagger escapades of The Gray Seal are now complete. His practiced integrity won for him the appreciation of ... But you will have to go with the story to find out!?! ;^)


(4 stars)

draggs a bit, but still a good ride. Anna, as always, makes the story better. thank you!

Somewhat Repetitive, But Still Well Worth Listening To


(3.5 stars)

The novels are written as if they were radio serials, so there is a good deal of repetition. However, the characters and stories themselves, as well as the lovely reading, make this -and the other Jimmy Dale books - well worth listening to. These are great books for providing entertainment, while one does crafts or chores.


(5 stars)

Engaging story, well read by Anna. Her accent and occasion misspronouciation make it seem very 1800's which is the stories setting.


(4.5 stars)

just as good as the previous 2. I wonder why the author never says 'Jimmie". it's always "Jimmie Dale"

a well presented book of twists and stairways of characters


(5 stars)

Great book, Beautifully told


(5 stars)

Thanks to Reader Amma