The Misses Mallett


Read by Anne Erickson

(4.2 stars; 14 reviews)

The arrival of the eligible Francis Sales disturbs the calm existence of the four Misses Mallett in this social satire. Three women love him--will one of them be his wife? - Summary by Anne Erickson (9 hr 34 min)

Chapters

Book 1 Chapter 1 44:02 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 1 Chapter 2 23:39 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 1 Chapter 3 27:16 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 1 Chapter 4 17:33 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 1 Chapter 5 24:22 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 2 Chapter 1 18:57 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 2 Chapter 2 18:30 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 2 Chapter 3 25:12 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 2 Chapter 4 30:19 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 2 Chapter 5 27:22 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 2 Chapter 6 21:20 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 1 18:15 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 2 18:51 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 3 25:46 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 4 31:08 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 5 24:17 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 6 18:38 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 7 24:12 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 8 44:39 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 9 19:36 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 10 27:11 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 11 28:23 Read by Anne Erickson
Book 3 Chapter 12 14:59 Read by Anne Erickson

Reviews

good character study


(4 stars)

I enjoyed this although at times I found it painful. the author is very good at making her characters believable and it is as though you know their minds and souls, their emotions make sence.. and Henrietta felt like a modern girl to me. i I tried to Google the ending at one point with no luck, but trust me and listen to the end.

surprisingly good


(5 stars)

Good move to have a woman read the book. She did well. It took a while to get into the story, but worth it in the end. I wonder if Charles is one of the earliest characters in literature of someone with autism.

Humorous and Delightful


(5 stars)

A light and airy character study. Very well written and very well read.


(3 stars)

An old fashioned book. A little boring, but a good story


(3 stars)

Want a dose of misery? Here it is.