The Woman in the Alcove (Version 2)


Read by Jenn Broda

(4.4 stars; 33 reviews)

Rita Van Arsdale falls in love and is proposed to by the gentleman Mr. Durand during a fancy high society party. She has landed the man of her dreams, but her wedding planning with Mr. Durand is interrupted by the beautiful Mrs. Fairbrother who is wearing a stunning diamond that attracts the attention of everyone at the party. During the course of the evening, a crime is committed and Rita’s fiance becomes the prime suspect. Rita must work to clear her fiance’s name through a series of twists and turns to discover what really occurred that night. Anna Katherine Green was one of the first American novelists to write detective fiction. Her stories are known for being well plotted and legally accurate. - Summary by Jenn Broda (7 hr 20 min)

Chapters

The Woman with the Diamond 25:48 Read by Jenn Broda
The Gloves 26:26 Read by Jenn Broda
Anson Durand 31:16 Read by Jenn Broda
Explanations 19:20 Read by Jenn Broda
Superstition 23:12 Read by Jenn Broda
Suspense 14:26 Read by Jenn Broda
Night and a Voice 33:51 Read by Jenn Broda
Arrest 6:06 Read by Jenn Broda
The Mouse Nibbles at the Net 12:51 Read by Jenn Broda
I Astonish the Inspector 12:21 Read by Jenn Broda
The Inspector Astonishes Me 12:25 Read by Jenn Broda
Almost 18:57 Read by Jenn Broda
The Missing Recommendation 20:55 Read by Jenn Broda
Trapped 22:24 Read by Jenn Broda
Sears or Wellgood 19:36 Read by Jenn Broda
Doubt 11:54 Read by Jenn Broda
Sweetwater in a New Role 15:07 Read by Jenn Broda
The Closed Door 10:38 Read by Jenn Broda
The Face 6:10 Read by Jenn Broda
Moonlight - And a Clue 11:37 Read by Jenn Broda
Grizel! Grizel! 15:57 Read by Jenn Broda
Guilt 9:51 Read by Jenn Broda
The Great Mogul Part 1 30:27 Read by Jenn Broda
The Great Mogul Part 2 29:08 Read by Jenn Broda

Reviews


(4.5 stars)

The reader is easy to listen to. The book is interesting and will listen again

good book


(5 stars)

good reader and interesting book.

Tea Dee Us


(2.5 stars)

Yes, yes we've gotten the point last paragraph, geesh. I mean, really, you dont have to explain at length something that we all understand and could easily have been inferred. Dont abuse your reader's attention.