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A Study in Scarlet takes you back to the beginning of one of the most renowned detective duos of all time. After being wounded in the Afghan war, Doctor Watson decides to rent a room from the eccentric scientist, Sherlock Holmes, and is quite intrigued by his new landlord's bizarre behavior. He soon discovers that Holmes is using forensic science to help Scotland Yard solve difficult cases.

When a body is discovered in an abandoned house, Watson is compelled to work with Holmes on the investigation. He is fascinated by Sherlock Holmes's meticulous detective work and careful examination of the physical evidence. It doesn't take Holmes long to come up with a profile of the killer by simply examining the crime scene and the duo sets out on a crime solving adventure.

Public Domain (P)2017 A.R.N. Publications

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Adoo?! and Watson's voice is high and shrill.

The narration was not as expected. He didn't use the u-glide when prounouncing adieu. It's adieu. Not adoo! Couldn't concentrate after hearing "without further ADOOO." I feel badly, but classical speech should be preserved.