Missing: Page Thirteen

Read by Bev J Stevens

(4.3 stars; 220 reviews)

Violet Strange, a clever petite detective, is called upon to solve the mystery of a page gone missing from an important document. The futures of several people, including an eccentric misanthrope, a chemical scientist, a bride and groom, depend on the quick resolution of this problem. In solving one mystery, she uncovers another which dates back many years. (Summary by Bev J. Stevens) (1 hr 33 min)


Part 1 27:55 Read by Bev J Stevens
Part 2 30:40 Read by Bev J Stevens
Part 3 35:03 Read by Bev J Stevens


(5 stars)

This is a delightful short story. For those of you who don't know it is a Strange story, a Violet Strange story. Violet is a remarkable if unlikely detective. A diminutive young lady that is easily the match of any situation. While Miss Butterworth is a wonderful character, Violet just strikes one as a more complete detective. This is definitely worth listening to, wonderful characters and excellent narration.

Magnificent Short Story.

(5 stars)

Every word is a gem. There are no unnecessary descriptions of people or scenery that add length to a story but do not add real value to the story. An original plot and a very enjoyable reading by a talented person.

This is a great short story

(5 stars)

An important paper is lost, and the only way to recover it is to enter a sealed up room that contains a deep dark secret. Short but intense, the story is well-worth the time. Reader is excellent. Enjoy!


(3.5 stars)

Well read...interesting twists and turns.. well done for a very short mystery...end with a few questions in mind but which need not be answered


(4.5 stars)

A nice tidy short mystery, well read. I seem to recall that Poirot ( or someone) had a similar missing page adventure.


(5 stars)

The reader is wonderful, with a smooth and pleasant voice. I half expected the ending, but never saw the twists and turns coming.

short but good

(5 stars)

Good short story with a nice twist. author was very talented to draw you in from the start. well read

Ends well

(3.5 stars)

Good reader. The premise of the story was pretty lame, but the last part made the rest of the story worthwhile.