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The raven swoops and strikes. Its claws tearing at the flesh. Its victim paralyzed, with death quickly following.

A long and complex plot is finally coming together for the Corvus Brotherhood, and unless Holmes, Watson, and a determined Inspector Gregson can somehow stop them, will achieve its chilling and audacious purpose by the claw of the raven.

©2019 Ian Shimwell (P)2019 Ian Shimwell

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4th and final story in the Corvus conspiracy stories

This is the final of four great Holmes stories about the Corvus conspiracy. They are also available in a completed volume. I grew up with a love for the old basil rathbone and Nigel Bruce black and white Holmes movies. This story is written and performed in that same spirit. Truly a wonderful addition to any Holmes fans collections. Highly recommended. The narrators deliver that old time movie/radio show feel. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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The exciting conclusion of the Corvus Conspiracy

I liked it, but it seemed like the author was stretching a bit on the deductions. One thing this short book did though was to get me excited about the next set of books. Without spoiling anything toward the end a enemy is revealed who will will probably play a central part in the next scripts from Ian.

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A grand finale!

Okay, the previous episode left many questions up in the air, but this episode answers all of them.
I won't give the plot away, but it is good to know there is something far sinister than a couple of individual deaths playing out.
Yes, for all the tom foolery, this ends in a satisfying conclusion.

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Excellent Finish to the series

Sadly the author doesn't improve with thier portrayal of Doctor Watson. Though the ending of the series otherwise does provide some satisfactory reward for listening to all four books

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Well done

I am enjoying these audio of Sherlock, with good narration and the effects, that remind me of radio days. Loving all of Sherlock books and love the different authors and narration of them. This I though was well done by the narrator, given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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  • Fred Jones
  • 06-10-21

A satisfying ending to this story

I enjoyed this story, a satisfying ending to the four parts. Much more an audio drama than a standard audiobook the storyline was good which some interesting ideas. Some of the dialogue was quite cliched. but I enjoyed the overall atmosphere which was helped by the enhanced audio. The general acting as OK and easy to listen to. Kevin has a good range of male voices female not so much. Worth listening to

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  • Rayc
  • 07-17-20

A decent read

imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Ian Shimwell does a good job of writing Holmes story.
This one is a good read.
After reading a few of these stories it is easy to believe this Holmes.

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  • Debbie McLean
  • 07-03-20

fantastic

I love this audiobook from the pen of Ian Shimwell and narrated by Kevin Theis, they are a great team xxxxx