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Publisher's Summary

Twenty compelling new Sherlock Holmes crime mysteries together in one complete audiobook:

1. "The Mystery of the Poisoned Tomb" 2. "The Mystery of the Faceless Bride" 3. "The Case of the Cracked Mirror" 4. "A Strange Affair with the Woman on the Tracks" 5. "The Curse of a Native" 6. "The Case of the missing Mayan Codices" 7. "Murders on the Voyage to India" 8. "The Heist" 9. "The Game of Cat and Mouse" 10. "Death in the Tropics of an English Explorer" 11. "Double Trouble in York" 12. "Not So Merry in Good Ol' Scotland" 13. "Bumbling Caper on the Swiss Alps" 14. "Dirty Laundry in Paradise" 15. "The Castle Orphans" 16. "Watson to the Rescue" 17. "The Uncanny Disappearance of Miss Ellis" 18. "Mysterious Murders Surround the Whistling Tavern" 19. "The Hex of a Gypsy Woman" 20. "The Perilous Jester

These are 20 new crime mysteries together in one large collection, taken from a string of short stories set in the late 19th century. No fictional characters are more renowned for their powers of thought and observation than Sherlock Holmes and his faithful companion, Dr. John Watson.

©2015 Catherine Kimball (P)2015 Pennie Mae Cartawick

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  • 02-25-21

Disappointing story

I loved the stories by Arthur Conan Doyle, and only for this book because it was performed by a brilliant sci-fi narrator, RC Bray. The stories do not hold a candle to the original, are repetitive in premise, and lack the depth both analysis and complexity of crimes solved. Sherlock and Watson do not have nearly the personalities they should. This seems more like fan fiction based on novelties and cliches.

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great stories!

i received this book free for a unbiased review.

these stories are fun, and keep you interested. great short mystery stories with everything you love about Watson and Holmes

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Boring and poorly done

These stories are unimaginative and below mundane in plot . The narrators do nothing to improve these childish tales that are so boring it is an effort to listen through an entire story.

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  • 03-15-19

Pedestrian stories with terrible narration

The stories are written from Holmes perspective with doesn't work, a lot of the mystery or charm to his methods is lost like this, the stories are forgettable and drab and the narration is just wrong, the narrators do not fit the characters. Avoid

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  • 05-20-18

No

I've heard worse stories but the narration killed them. Wierd speech patterns and some odd pronunciations.