The Lady in Blue

Auguste Groner (1850 - 1929)
Translated by Grace Isabel Colbron (1869 - 1948)

A Joseph Muller Mystery originally published in 1905 in German as The Blue Lady. Translated by American writer and translator, Grace Isabel Colbron in 1922 as The Lady in Blue. A mysterious old house, an unexplained scream in the night, the death of a beautiful young girl. Was it suicide? Or something more sinister at work? - Summary by J.M.Smallheer

Genre(s): Detective Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Cry at Twilight J. M. Smallheer
00:14:47
Play 02 What Next Morning Brought J. M. Smallheer
00:15:50
Play 03 Grave-Flowers J. M. Smallheer
00:15:49
Play 04 By Southern Waters J. M. Smallheer
00:18:17
Play 05 Walter Thorn Makes a Discovery J. M. Smallheer
00:17:13
Play 06 Was It Suicide? J. M. Smallheer
00:23:42
Play 07 Joseph Muller in the Grey House J. M. Smallheer
00:23:28
Play 08 The Rose with Two Stems J. M. Smallheer
00:27:25
Play 09 Who Came Back? J. M. Smallheer
00:18:52
Play 10 Concerning Tony J. M. Smallheer
00:18:58
Play 11 The Torn Letters J. M. Smallheer
00:21:17
Play 12 The Left-Handed Man J. M. Smallheer
00:18:23
Play 13 ''Goldie-Boy'' J. M. Smallheer
00:16:55
Play 14 In the Ivy Cottage J. M. Smallheer
00:19:36
Play 15 Which Also Concerns Tony J. M. Smallheer
00:14:20
Play 16 Muller Goes to Venice J. M. Smallheer
00:33:40
Play 17 Muller Drops the False Trail J. M. Smallheer
00:11:19
Play 18 Back in the Ivy Cottage J. M. Smallheer
00:21:34
Play 19 Epilogue J. M. Smallheer
00:01:48