The Red House Mystery

Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)

(4.5 stars; 679 reviews)

Antony Gillingham arrives at the Red House moments after a gunshot is heard. The room is locked, the murderer has disappeared and, in Antony's opinion, the police are going about it the wrong way. Antony, who was looking for a new profession anyway, decides to solve the murder himself, with a little help from his friend Bill. (Summary by Kristin Hughes) (6 hr 55 min)


Mrs. Stevens is Frightened 16:50 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Mr. Gillingham Gets Out at the Wrong Station 19:53 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Two Men and a Body 19:08 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
The Brother from Australia 18:32 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Mr. Gillingham Chooses a New Profession 19:22 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Outside or Inside? 16:03 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Portrait of a Gentleman 15:52 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
"Do You Follow Me, Watson?" 22:29 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Possibilities of a Croquet Set 20:22 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Mr. Gillingham Talks Nonsense 18:30 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
The Reverend Theodore Ussher 17:36 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
A Shadow on the Wall 15:10 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
The Open Window 18:17 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Mr. Beverley Qualifies for the Stage 18:34 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Mrs. Norbury Confides in Dear Mr. Gillingham 19:23 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Getting Ready for the Night 20:29 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Mr. Beverley Takes the Water 30:31 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Guess-work 15:55 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
The Inquest 20:09 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Mr. Beverley is Tactful 12:59 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Cayley's Apology 24:56 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)
Mr. Beverley Moves On 14:45 Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)


Good Mystery

(4 stars)

I agree this is a good story. There are many twists and turns to keep you wondering. I am giving this four stars, because there are other stories I have like better. Also this rating is in part due to the over use (in my opinion) of Sherlock Holmes - more precisely Watson references. The reader earns 5 stars.

Oh bother!

(5 stars)

According to the dedication the authors father was an avid fan of mystery stories. This book is, both a farce of the genre , and a darn good mystery at the same time. The reader was quite good! It was almost a dramatic reading read by one person.

(3 stars)

interesting mystery, the sleuth turning over his ideas through the story, not just at the finale

Thanks For A Great Job

(5 stars)

I am a professional musician and I learn better with my ears than with my eyes. I am also an Army Combat veteran and have some symptoms of PTSD. I love the musical sound of the reader who read so beautifully this story. The story was good but the voice was great. But I appreciate all of the readers and thank God for all of you. You all are doing a great service and as I listen to the stories they take me away from the sounds and memories that sometimes are so painful. Thank you so much.

Well written mystery

(5 stars)

The main character is a wealthy wanderer who likes to try different professions. On one of his sojourns, he is in the right place to witness a murder. Noting the conflicts in the story, he decides to try his hand at sleuthing. He even finds a 'Watson' to help him along. The story takes a number of unexpected twists and keeps the listener guessing as to the outcome. A note regarding the reader; she did a FABULOUS job.

Good plot & well read

(4 stars)

I liked the story told by an outsider and was caught by surprise a few times. The narrator did a good job and it was easy to get a feeling of different characters

Great mystery

(5 stars)

A very great mystery with alot of twists and turns. Very terrific narration by Kristin Hughes.

Truly Enjoyable

(5 stars)

Great mystery! I couldn't figure out what happened, which I appreciate. I loved the relationship between Gillingham & Beverly. They call each other "ass" a lot which made me giggle. I thought it was cute & liked that they referred to each other as Holmes & Watson. They were so curious they investigated without telling the police or anyone else which always makes me nervous! I wish I could read more stories about them.