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The Dancing Men | [Arthur Conan Doyle]

The Dancing Men

"The Adventure of the Dancing Men" is one of 13 stories from The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1903). Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson attempt to assist a Norfolk squire, Hilton Cubitt, whose new American wife, Elsie, has become terrified by the discovery of strange drawings of dancing stick figures around the estate. Greg Wagland reads for Magpie Audio.
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"The Adventure of the Dancing Men" is one of 13 stories from The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1903). Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson attempt to assist a Norfolk squire, Hilton Cubitt, whose new American wife, Elsie, has become terrified by the discovery of strange drawings of dancing stick figures around the estate. Greg Wagland reads for Magpie Audio.

©2013 Public Domain (P)2012 Magpie Audio

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