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The Riddle of Foxwood Grange

A New Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Narrated by: David Bufton
Length: 6 hrs and 39 mins
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An invitation to take lunch at the Great Western Hotel at Paddington station leads Sherlock Holmes into a baffling mystery. Who is it that is watching every move made by popular journalist Farringdon Blake, and why? When the trail goes cold in London, Holmes and his friend, Dr. Watson, must travel down to Foxwood Grange, Blake's home in rural Oxfordshire, to seek a solution to the mystery there. But Foxwood Grange, a 300-year-old Elizabethan mansion, is a house with a checkered past and holds mysteries of its own.

In this superb evocation of both the spirit and the style of Conan Doyle's earlier Sherlock Holmes stories, Denis O. Smith, acclaimed author of numerous Sherlock Holmes short story collections, here presents the great detective on a larger stage, in a gripping mystery which builds remorselessly to a thrilling and dramatic climax.

©2016 Denis Smith (P)2017 MX Publishing

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  • JMaxfield
  • 05-07-19

The most monotonous & boring voice possible

I was really looking forward to listening to this story as Denis O. Smith is one of the best authors writing Sherlock Holmes pastiches that I know. It is very unfortunate that someone choose a narrator with such a boring, uninterested and monotonous voice that are 5 minutes I decided to stop listening. So I will not know if it’s a good story unless I read it myself. Did anyone bother to listen to the recording before it was released?

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  • carol johnson
  • 09-06-18

awful reading

the story was new to me, but the narrative voice was so dull and boring. the story was a good one but do not go for this edition...you will wish for it to end. try the Stephen Fry reading , excellent listening.