Vicky Van


Read by Celine Major

(4.6 stars; 59 reviews)

Carolyn Wells always provides an enjoyable read and this one is probably one of her most intriguing murder mysteries. Vicky Van is a lithe, joyful and vibrant society woman beloved by all. A man named Sommers shows up uninvited at one of her famous parties. He is found murdered shortly after he follows her out of the card room and Vicky Van is seen standing next to him with blood on her dress. She disappears before the police arrive and is considered guilty. In spite of little notes she leaves here and there no one can find her or her maid Julie. Why did she kill a stranger? Why can't the police find her? This one will baffle Fleming Stone more than any other. - Summary by Celine Major (6 hr 9 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 18:03 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 2 17:42 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 3 16:07 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 4 18:19 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 5 17:02 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 6 17:34 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 7 18:17 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 8 18:16 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 9 17:52 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 10 19:37 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 11 17:45 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 12 17:22 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 13 17:22 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 14 17:56 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 15 18:46 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 16 17:57 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 17 18:54 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 18 17:10 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 19 21:45 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 20 25:48 Read by Celine Major

Reviews


(5 stars)

never would have guessed the end 😉

As Good as an Agatha Christie


(5 stars)

A who dunnit that must surely have been an inspiration for Agatha Christie's novels.

Wonderful


(5 stars)

Really enjoyable, great twist to the tale and some quite likeable characters here and there too.

enjoy this one


(5 stars)

Good read with a twist....listen and relax


(5 stars)

solved by chapter 13 but still a good story

reader is great tho she sounds like a robot


(5 stars)

silly story


(3 stars)

Good reader but ridiculous storyline