Happy New Year! We're starting 2023 with a real mix of audiobooks.
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As Holmesians are aware, the literary works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are referred to as the Canon of the Sacred Writings. The title of this collection of short stories reflects my desire to belong to the extensive list of authors and fans that want to grow the literary and entertainment history of Sherlock Holmes. In the five short stories, listeners will note Holmes' continued mastery of forensic science and logical reasoning as the cornerstones of resolving the thorny issues presented. Holmes' analysis and deductions are the centerpieces of the stories that form this collection. I hope you enjoy your time with Sherlock.
When a half-naked man is found gibbering on the moor, Sherlock Holmes uncovers a series of bizarre murders. At their heart lies a shadowy figure known only as The Sorcerer. He can talk to the dead, they say. He can bend any will to his own. Even a will as formidable as the detective's. The investigation leads from Dartmoor to Ireland and, ultimately, back to one of the most terrifying scenes of his career. Can Holmes survive the Reichenbach Falls a second time?
(Book 3 in the series, please let us know if you'd like books 1 and 2)
A New York police officer who is on a speaking engagement in Britain finds time to visit the Dartmoor environs. As a nuts-and-bolts detective, events occur on the moors that test his sanity and reason. What are the reasons for a sudden rash of maulings and horror? He returns to New York only to ask help form a priest and a doctor. Finally, he alone must return to the woman he met on the moors and come face-to-face with the ultimate terror.
Do you love Cornwall, with its cliffs and breakers, its sleepy fishing harbors and villages? Would you like to meet a real English lord? And do you enjoy an authentic, well-researched historical crime story? With the author, you will accompany the renowned Baker Street Detective Sherlock Holmes and his friend Dr. Watson on their journey to Cornwall. There, in idyllic surroundings, they are faced with seemingly impenetrable questions, leading to desperate villainy. A 50-year-old history of intrigue, smuggling, betrayal, murder, and revenge waits to be revealed, and you are there, with Holmes and Watson.
In one of Sherlock Holmes' most harrowing cases, the crown jewels are stolen from the Tower of London just days before Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. In the race against the clock to retrieve the precious gems to save from national embarrassment, Holmes finds that the case to be more complex and infinitely more dangerous than it first appeared.