The Mystery at Number Six

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(4.4 stars; 92 reviews)

A mysterious girl, a mysterious pool, and a mysterious businessman combine to send two Florida teens to adventureland in this pre-Nancy Drew tale for young people.(Summary by Sibella) (4 hr 6 min)


01 - Who Was She? 13:52 Read by Sibella Denton
02 - Village Gossip 13:43 Read by Annise
03 - Jerry Saw-Grass Entertains 17:03 Read by Lucy Burgoyne (1950 - 2014)
04 - Many Speculations and One Certainty 15:07 Read by Sibella Denton
05 - A Quest in the Night 13:50 Read by EmAllise
06 - A New Factor 9:56 Read by Sibella Denton
07 - Revelation 22:32 Read by Lucy Burgoyne (1950 - 2014)
08 - Charred Pages 17:06 Read by Lucy Burgoyne (1950 - 2014)
09 - The White Flag 19:51 Read by Lucy Burgoyne (1950 - 2014)
10 - Ike Massey Becomes a Nuisance 13:33 Read by Lucy Burgoyne (1950 - 2014)
11 - The Force of a Promise 14:39 Read by Esther
12 - Cross-purposes 14:03 Read by Sibella Denton
13 - Ike Massey's Last Effort 13:24 Read by Sibella Denton
14 - The Pursuit 9:11 Read by Sibella Denton
15 - Jerry Saw-Grass Is Cornered 18:00 Read by Elliott Miller
16 - Mr. Tredwell Explains All 20:51 Read by Elliott Miller


(4.5 stars)

stick with the harder accents. ..As the story is delightful! Thanks to ALL the readers...what a gift you give us!

Good light reading (listening)

(5 stars)

The two main characters are fishing when they spy a new face in the area. A young girl and her family have taken up residence at the broken down house nearby. Mystery surrounds this young girl, as she is not allowed to go anywhere or see anyone. The three become friends, but secretly. Why is the girl so afraid to tell her new friends anything? Why does her family hide from everyone? A good mystery with a neat twist. Enjoy!

It's ok

(4 stars)

I would not put this down in history as one of my favorite mysteries but it was okay, enough to keep me entertained on the drive to work. The narration was also just okay as well. There were a few narrators who I would have loved to have done the whole book and some I wish had not been featured at all. Overall the narration was done well enough to keep you listening.

Fun little mystery.

(5 stars)

Enjoyed this simple mystery. Some readers are better than others. Overall worth the listen.

Fun historical fiction mystery

(4 stars)

The story is about what you'd expect from this author. It's a nice way to occupy one's mind while driving or doing small tasks. One of the main readers has some kind of British accent and her sentences don't flow according to the diction, but she is otherwise clear. The last reader does an excellent Southern accent, but mistakenly applies it to all the characters, including the lawyer from New York, ha ha! Oh well.

Awesome book!

(4 stars)

I really enjoyed listening to this book. It was all very exiting.I liked the characters a lot, especially Bernice and Delight.

The Mystery at Number Six

(5 stars)

Good easy listening story. Thank you readers.

(3 stars)

its a cute story that would benefit from one reader