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- A Story and Study of Freemasonry
- By: Joseph Fort Newton
- Narrated by: Craig C Hummel PGM - Iowa
- Length: 6 hrs and 41 mins
An outstanding classic in Masonic literature offering the early history of Freemasonry and an exposition of the faith of Masonry.
Great Look Into Freemasory
- By Striker on 05-18-16
A Great Resource
This book is a great resource for both Masons and non-Masons alike. Despite the age of this text, it still provides a solid opportunity for one to educate themselves - in a general sense - about Freemasonry with coherent and organized information.
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The Complete Stories of Sherlock Holmes, Volume 1
- By: Arthur Conan Doyle
- Narrated by: Charlton Griffin
- Length: 20 hrs and 17 mins
First appearing in print in 1890, the character of Sherlock Holmes has now become synonymous worldwide with the concept of a super sleuth. His creator, Conan Doyle, imbued his detective hero with intellectual power, acute observational abilities, a penchant for deductive reasoning and a highly educated use of forensic skills. Indeed, Doyle created the first fictional private detective who used what we now recognize as modern scientific investigative techniques.
- By David on 03-30-10
Great for any (true) Sherlock fan
What made the experience of listening to The Complete Stories of Sherlock Holmes, Volume 1 the most enjoyable?
The narrating combined with the stories themselves made for a feeling - in my mind - which seemed almost like I was sitting between Holmes and Watson in *real life*.
Who was your favorite character and why?
What about Charlton Griffin’s performance did you like?
Did an excellent job!
If you could take any character from The Complete Stories of Sherlock Holmes, Volume 1 out to dinner, who would it be and why?
Sherlock; because I feel that I relate to him as a character and would love to pick his brain.