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Publisher's Summary

An unusual sequence of events in "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle" leads the legendary Sherlock Holmes to locate the precious jewel owned by the Countess of Morcar.

The story is read by a true master, Edward Hardwicke, a talented actor who plays Sherlock Holmes's associate, Dr. Watson, in the popular PBS series Mystery!

Hear this series in collected editions, or pick up more individual episodes!
Public Domain (P)2000 by The Audio Partners Publishing Corp.

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"An outstanding audio edition (that) features the splendidly effective narration of Edward Hardwicke". (AudioFile)

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Holmes and Watson always a great read!

Edward Hardwicke narrated this book. He played Watson to Jeremy Brett's Holmes in the 1980 series on PBS. Reading or listening the wonderful duo have always been a favorite.

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Classic Sherlock Holmes

A mystery about a hat, a man and Christmas goose with secrets. This story was easy to follow along as homes and Watson unraveled the case. Slightly surprising ending.

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Good Story

Good Story with diverse characters and a proper flow of ideas and incidents. It is also short which I like very much.