Doctor Izard

Anna Katharine GREEN (1864 - 1935)

The opening scene takes place in a hospital ward where two patients lie, apparently dying, when a man enters and offers a proposition to one of them. The story then shifts to another town where, years earlier, Polly Earleā€™s mother died of unknown causes and her father disappeared, leaving Polly, a small child, parentless and penniless. Raised by neighbors, Polly is now a beautiful young woman engaged to be married. A stranger arrives and makes an unsettling request of Polly. Doctor Izard, an intensely private person who had attended her mother, becomes involved. Anna Katherine Green, a prolific and popular mystery writer, was considered to be "The American Agatha Christie". (Lee Smalley)

Genre(s): Detective Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 No. Thirteen, Ward Thirteen Lee Smalley
00:23:32
Play 02 Hadley's Cave Lee Smalley
00:07:45
Play 03 The Young Heiress Lee Smalley
00:17:00
Play 04 Dr. Izard Lee Smalley
00:28:24
Play 05 Nocturnal Wanderings Lee Smalley
00:22:41
Play 06 The Portrait Lee Smalley
00:04:46
Play 07 What the Stroke of a Bell Can Do Lee Smalley
00:18:20
Play 08 The House on the Hill Lee Smalley
00:12:37
Play 09 Ask Dr. Izard Lee Smalley
00:11:51
Play 10 An Incredible Occurrence Lee Smalley
00:10:06
Play 11 Face to Face Lee Smalley
00:07:46
Play 12 At Home Lee Smalley
00:05:40
Play 13 A Test Lee Smalley
00:10:32
Play 14 Grace Lee Smalley
00:21:13
Play 15 The Small, Slight Man Lee Smalley
00:22:05
Play 16 The Letter Lee Smalley
00:20:16
Play 17 Midnight at the Old Izard Place Lee Smalley
00:10:51
Play 18 A Decision Lee Smalley
00:08:36
Play 19 Tomorrow Lee Smalley
00:15:42
Play 20 Dr. Izard's Last Day in Hamilton Lee Smalley
00:21:51