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Publisher's Summary

The Sherlockian Canon, as prolific as it is, contains few accounts in which Mr. Holmes and his medical colleagues Doctors Watson and Verner solve cases involving frightening medical conditions. It strikes me that many more such cases were successfully solved by Mr. Holmes and his associates. It is unlikely that Doctors Watson and Verner would allow such mysteries remain unsolved. 

However, the likelihood of public fear nod panic has resulted in the stories being kept secret. Thanks to the current Verner family, we have now been permitted to listen to Dr. Watson's narrative concerning these adventures.

©2018 Carl Heifetz (P)2020 MX Publishing

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fun listen

listen to it many times to hear all the little bits and pieces of the great listen

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Good narration, short stories

I enjoyed the sound of the narrator's voice. The stories were somewhat thought provoking, I like to try to solve them before the author spills the beans. To put this in perspective, I enjoyed this book far more than listening to 'The Silent Patient'