David Ian Davies, veteran actor and product of the London Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, brings vibrancy to the wide range of voices and characters as Dr. Watson, Sherlock Holmes, and their acquaintances are enveloped within the mystery of who stole Lady Whitebread’s traditional holiday centerpiece. Barrie Roberts has created another in his series of entertaining pastiches of the masterly Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this time built around a missing fruit knife and what Lady Whitebread refers to as "an ugly object, but [one] of preposterous value and an heirloom of my family."
©2002 Barry Roberts; (P)2009 One Voice Recordings
"The most incredible one-person audio you have heard. Has to be heard to be believed. David Ian Davies creates theatre in a book." (Charles Prepolec, one of the most respected Sherlockians)
I very much like the narration of David Ian Davies. The contrast between his voices for Watson & Holmes has always stood out for me. In a bit of a side note, he is able to do high pitched voices without losing the clarity of the words.
The story had a good premise but it was way too easy to spot the culprit, even early on.
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