Sherlock Holmes and the American Literati
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  • 1
    The Final Page of Baker Street: The Exploits of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John H. Watson, and Master Raymond Chandler | Daniel D Victor

    The Final Page of Baker Street: The Exploits of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John H. Watson, and Master Raymond Chandler

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Daniel D Victor
    • Narrated By Ben Carling
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    When misadventure led a schoolboy in London to employment at Baker Street, few could have guessed where his introduction to Sherlock Holmes would lead. But as the lad matures and he finds himself caught in the middle of a murder investigation, his friendship with Holmes and Watson lures him into the role of detective. 'Billy' documents his experiences, and soon his sleuthing skills not only bring him to another murder, but also lay the foundation for his metamorphosis into a famous mystery writer.

    An entertaining story, excellent new narrator!

    The story follows in the vein of Arthur Conan Doyle. You will become immersed in the story through the strength of the narration. The seamless trans..Show More »

    Reviewed on January 12 2017 by thebladerunner (United States)
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    Sherlock Holmes and the Baron of Brede Place | Daniel D. Victor

    Sherlock Holmes and the Baron of Brede Place

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Daniel D. Victor
    • Narrated By Ben Carling
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    They called her Lady Stewart when she was married to a British aristocrat. They called her Miss Cora when she ran a brothel in Florida. But she called herself Mrs. Crane when she asked Sherlock Holmes to locate her common-law husband, writer Stephen Crane, who'd gone missing in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. In their attempt to fulfil the lady's request, Holmes and Watson encounter a world of celebrity authors, terrorist bombings, and haunted manor houses.

    Pretty Good Story, Great Performance

    I would recommend this book, with reservations. The story is pretty good, and the style is close to Doyle's. However, it does become repetitive after ..Show More »

    Reviewed on May 05 2017 by J. D. Chesley (New Hampshire)
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    The Outrage at the Diogenes Club: Sherlock Holmes and the American Literati, Book 4 | Daniel D Victor

    The Outrage at the Diogenes Club: Sherlock Holmes and the American Literati, Book 4

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    • By Daniel D Victor
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    In 1910, American author and social critic Jack London began writing The Assassination Bureau, Ltd., a work that he never completed. Now, thanks to the recently discovered manuscript of Dr. John Watson, we know why. The early part of London's book describes a secret organization - scoffed at or ignored by police officials - that conspires to murder influential political and social leaders. Not until Sherlock Holmes is provoked into action by threats close to home does anyone appear able to stop the Assassination Bureau.

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