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Sherlock Holmes the Golden Years Audiobook

Sherlock Holmes the Golden Years: Five New 'Post-Retirement' Adventures

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Publisher's Summary

Sherlock Holmes lamented, "I fear that retirement will elude me." It surely does in this five-story chronicle.

The saga begins with The Bonnie Bag of Bones that lead the infamous duo on a not-so-merry chase into the mythical mountains of Scotland and ultimately to the "the woman" who is tangled within a mystery that has haunted Holmes for a quarter century.

Curse of the Black Feather continues the adventure in which Holmes teams up with the Irregulars and a gypsy matriarch, to expose a diabolical "baby-farming" enterprise. Their quest arouses a vicious adversary, Ciaran Malastier, who has Holmes struggling for his very life.

Maestro of Mysteries begins with a summons to Mycroft's office and ends with a deadly chase in Undertown, far beneath the streets of London. Malastier escapes, but only into the next adventure.

The Cure that Kills sees Holmes and Watson in hot pursuit of Ciaran Malastier, racing across America and pitting them against the largest detective organization in the world.

In the final story, The Kongo Nkis Spirit Train, Holmes and Watson travel to the Dark Continent to derail a "spirit train" that ensnares people's spirit, and enslaves their bodies. In the end, this historically accurate chronicle sheds new light on greatest mystery of all, Sherlock Holmes himself.

©2014 Kim Krisco (P)2016 MX Publishing

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    Jerri 09-12-16
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    "worst narrator ever"

    I am not sure I can get through this entire book. The narrator is so bad. the accents 4 Holmes and Watson change from English to Scottish and back. and every other character speaks with the same hesitation after each word. the only difference between the characters is the men have lower voice and the women have a little higher voice. it's extremely frustrating. the Cadence is the same. The only time Holmes and Watson sound correctly is when the narrator speeds up

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    Richard C. Thayer II Chapel Hil, NC 08-25-16
    Richard C. Thayer II Chapel Hil, NC 08-25-16 Member Since 2008

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    "Would make a decent children's cartoon"

    This is one of the weaker Holmes efforts . Dont bother the writing lacks all mystery and used all the easiest Holmes cliches. The narrator often sounds like a halting computer speaking

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    Trinidad, Colorado
    6/27/16
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    "Amazing Stories and Performance"
    Would you listen to Sherlock Holmes the Golden Years again? Why?

    Story in the true style of Conan Doyle. De Britiannia's manages the many, many voices/characters so well. His "Holmes" is perfect!


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    So many memorable characters -- Cinka the gypsie woman is a great one, as is the Aussie Lucas Murdoch in the last story - The Kongo Nkisi Spirit Train.


    What about Richard Di Britannia’s performance did you like?

    His Sherlock Holmes was perfection. But I had to admire his ability to handle the well over fifty characters in these stories -- including many women. He is a real talent!


    If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

    Holmes gets better with age!


    Any additional comments?

    Makes me want to get the book now. Sherlock Holmes - The Golden Years is one I want to have in my library.

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