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Max Carrados is a blind detective who compensates by making astonishing use of his remaining senses, to the extent that people around him are often unaware of his blindness. Carrados enjoys the excitement of revealing his explanations of mysteries through powers of perception, which in his case are significantly heightened. The Max Carrados stories appeared alongside Sherlock Holmes in the Strand Magazine, in which they often had top billing, and frequently outsold his eminent contemporary at the time. George Orwell wrote that, together with those of Conan Doyle and R. Austin Freeman, Max Carrados and The Eyes of Max Carrados are the only detective stories since Poe that are worthy of re-reading...

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Four Max Carrados Detective Stories

This is the same four stories presented under this title but by the narrator Stanley Greene. Funny thing is that Stanley Greene and John Roland have to be the same guy. As John Roland, he lowered his voice and increased his pace but his characterizations, accents and diction are unmistakable.
This said, the stories are excellent and the narrator is very good in both renderings.