The Middle of Things


Read by Nathalie J.

(4.5 stars; 234 reviews)

A habitual late night stroll down Markendale Square plunges Viner into the middle of things most mysterious and most perplexing. A murder, an imposter, secret papers, all combine to mystify even the police themselves. Is Hyde as innocent of the crime as he claims? What is the clue of the veiled woman and the diamond ring? Things are not what they seem to be and how can Viner prove the man's innocence? (Summary by Kehinde) (7 hr 24 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 17:30 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 2 16:28 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 3 16:13 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 4 14:39 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 5 14:50 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 6 14:34 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 7 14:25 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 8 14:58 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 9 15:35 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 10 16:27 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 11 15:00 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 12 14:54 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 13 14:45 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 14 14:39 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 15 16:47 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 16 14:00 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 17 16:20 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 18 14:31 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 19 15:43 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 20 14:31 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 21 14:53 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 22 16:06 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 23 15:25 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 24 14:16 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 25 14:05 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 26 14:26 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 27 15:12 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 28 18:28 Read by Nathalie J.
Chapter 29 14:48 Read by Nathalie J.

Reviews

Ok


(3.5 stars)

I thought this was an ok mystery. I felt there were too many characters to keep straight. If not for this I'd probably have enjoyed this story more. I actually like the Middle Temple Murder the best of the 3 books of Fletcher's that I've heard so far. I like the stories enough to listen to all that Librivox offers. Also, people should be reviewing the story not the app. Pay for the version without commercials!

Excellent


(5 stars)

Here is the summary for this audio book from the librivox.org page as it doesn't seemed to have made it's way over her: "A habitual late night stroll down Markendale Square plunges Viner into the middle of things most mysterious and most perplexing. A murder, an imposter, secret papers, all combine to mystify even the police themselves. Is Hyde as innocent of the crime as he claims? What is the clue of the veiled woman and the diamond ring? Things are not what they seem to be and how can Viner prove the man’s innocence?" A really great story and excellent reader. It didn't really lose my attention through the entire story with it's many twists and turns.

very enjoyable


(5 stars)

A great listen, enjoyed this very much, holds your interest until the end, read very well.

Best one yet


(5 stars)

This is much better than Fletcher's other book, The Middle Temple Murder. The story was well developed and had lots of plot twists, but had a very pleasant ending. The narrator was good and has a very easy to listen to voice.

Another Typical J.S.Fletcher novel


(4 stars)

This author writes of Good triumphant over Evil, always with considerable wealth, being stolen from a hapless, or innocent, female...by fraud, deceit & even Murder. However, with happy endings. I love his books!

reader takes some getting used to


(4 stars)

It's a very good mystery with very evil villans but very smart sleuths, even the ones without a license. It's sad since father and daughter never get to know each other as such. He took steps that his daughter would have her place.

Very enjoyable.


(4 stars)

Not one of my primary genres, but I've found that I enjoy Fletcher mysteries. This is my third and I'll listen to more. This is my first experience with this reader, but it won't be my last. It is a real pleasure to listen to her.

good story


(5 stars)

I found the readers slight accent interesting but not annoying. I enjoyed the twisty plot and all in all was satisfied at the end of the book