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Publisher's Summary

Sherlock Holmes may have been the most famous detective of the 19th century, but he had many worthy rivals.  

The treasures in this collection include:

  • "The Absent Minded Coterie" by Robert Barr
  • "How He Cut His Stick" by M. Bodkin
  • "The Problem of Cell 13" by Jacques Futrelle
  • "The Dublin Mystery" by Baroness Orczy
  • "The Problem of Cell Robberies" by Arthur Morrison
  • "The Glascow Mystery" by Baroness Orczy
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Public Domain (P)1988 Jimcin Recordings

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  • Linda
  • PITTSBURGH, PA, United States
  • 05-28-12

Mixed bag

The stories range from outstanding to jut OK. The narration ranges from very good to very bad. This collection is worth the credit. If you're on one you don't like, hang in there. There are some not to be missed.

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good book

some of the narrator's lacked imagination. well written and some where very engaging. some of the stories were long and boring.

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  • Smask
  • 01-25-10

Great stories, terrible readings

Some of the greatest detective stories mangled by poor reading. Almost without fail the readers demonstrate a lack of understanding of where emphasis should be placed, to the point of implying that they do not understand the story. Accents are equally appalling. My fault for buying without listening to the sample, had I realised how bad the readers were I would not have purchased. Be warned.

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  • Sarah
  • 04-24-09

Hit and Miss

The stories themselves are a lovely range of stories by authors often over looked in the belief that only Conan Doyle and Wilkie Collins wrote detective stories at this time. Unfortunately these classic stories are sometimes let down by the choice of readers. Two had me disparing before the first sentence was finished, but the rest were read well enough for me to hear stories that I hadn't come across before.