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  • Sherlock Holmes and the Lyme Regis Horror: Expanded 2nd Edition | David Ruffle

    Sherlock Holmes and the Lyme Regis Horror: Expanded 2nd Edition

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By David Ruffle
    • Narrated By Andy Barker
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    The year is 1896. Doctor Watson is invited to the Dorsetshire coast by an old friend. To Watson's surprise he manages to persuade his good friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, to accompany him. This hitherto unknown tale of Watson's involves romancing, dancing, and occasional glasses of cider, but the holiday turns into a nightmare as the two old friends encounter an unimaginable evil which threatens their very souls. Can they triumph?

    Adrienne Lirio says: "Awful Waste of Time"
  • Holmes and Watson: An Evening in Baker Street | David Ruffle

    Holmes and Watson: An Evening in Baker Street

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By David Ruffle
    • Narrated By Kevin Theis
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    On the eve of Sherlock Holmes' retirement, Watson pays a final visit to 221b Baker Street. Their quiet conversation is interrupted as other guests drift in and out of the 221b sitting room.... Also included here is the account of a visit made by Holmes and Watson to Inverness and a record of a strange tale set in Borley Rectory, once believed to be the most haunted house in England.

    Michael F. Rocco says: "the narration is excellent!"
  • Sherlock Holmes and the Lyme Regis Trials | David Ruffle

    Sherlock Holmes and the Lyme Regis Trials

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 33 mins)
    • By David Ruffle
    • Narrated By Andy Barker
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    The year is 1903. Lyme Regis. The Royal Navy comes to town. As do Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. And Mrs Watson. And Lydia. And a ghost. And a dog. And a man with murder on his mind. This, the last of the trilogy of Sherlock Holmes in Lyme Regis pastiches, is bright, breezy, and fun.

  • Sherlock Holmes and the Lyme Regis Legacy | David Ruffle

    Sherlock Holmes and the Lyme Regis Legacy

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By David Ruffle
    • Narrated By Andy Barker
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    The year is 1898. Doctor Watson is once more in Lyme Regis to visit the lady in his life, Mrs. Beatrice Heidler. A gruesome death with echoes of one of Sherlock Holmes previous cases brings Holmes himself down to Dorset. In the company of an old friend, they encounter an old enemy with vengeance on his mind. A tale of revenge, violent deaths, and plum puddings.

  • The Gondolier and the Russian Countess | David Ruffle

    The Gondolier and the Russian Countess

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By David Ruffle
    • Narrated By Steve White
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    Venice, 1902. A Holmes and Watson adventure featuring amorous women, Ukrainian bruisers, an English policeman whose wit is rather trying, Venetian churches, and the odd Tintoretto or two.

  • A Twist of Lyme | David Ruffle

    A Twist of Lyme

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By David Ruffle
    • Narrated By Daniel Dorse
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    Who are the "men in the garden"? Was Chipping Norton really once the center of the universe? What part do dodgy knees have to play? Just who are Johnny Norfolk and Johnny Stevens? What is W.A.S.T.E.? What connects the Cotswolds, Venice, East Molesey and Lyme Regis? Why would anyone pay to see Ophelia get Your Gun? And just what is the appropriate response to virtually everything?

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