Top 20 Sherlock Holmes Audiobooks in October So Far

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The 3rd Sherlock Holmes in Montague Street collection was launched this month and leads the chart so far for October, closely followed by another new title - Chris Chan's fantastic Sherlock's Secretary. Bestselling titles for 2023 Rediscovered Annals and Eye of Heka continue to be popular and Arthur Hall's Recollections makes up the top 5.

1.   Sherlock Holmes in Montague Street, Volume 3 – Arthur Morrison and Charles Featherstone

2.   Sherlock’s Secretary – Chris Chan and Kevin E Green

3.   The Rediscovered Annals of Sherlock Holmes – Terry Golledge and Michael Langan

4.   Sherlock Holmes and the Eye of Heka – David Marcum and Luke Barton

5.   The Recollections of Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Hall and Michael Langan

6.   The Redacted Sherlock Holmes (Volume IV) – Orlando Pearson and Steve White

7.   Sherlock Holmes and the Hellfire Heirs – Margaret Walsh and Kevin E Green

8.   Sherlock Holmes and the Sixty Steps – Séamas Duffy and Michael Langan

9.   The Circle Code Conundrum – Allison Osborne and Jacqueline de Boer

10. Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of Masongill Farm – Nick Howlett and Adam Blanford

11. Sherlock Holmes in Montague Street – Volume 1 – Arthur Morrison and Charles Featherstone

12. The Final Page of Baker Street – Daniel D Victor and Ben Carling

13. The Redacted Sherlock Holmes, Book 3 – Orlando Pearson and Steve White

14. Sherlock Holmes: The Tales of Darkness – Paul D Gilbert and Simon de Deney

15. Sherlock Holmes and the Unholy Trinity – Paul D. Gilbert and Simon de Deney

16. Sherlock Holmes and a Quantity of Debt – David Marcum and Time Winters

17. The Adventure of the Jeweled Falcon and Other Stories – Gregg Rosenquist and Kevin E. Green

18. The Poisoned Pawn – Richard T. Ryan and Luke Barton

19. The Redacted Sherlock Holmes (Volume II) – Orlando Pearson and Steve White

20. A Continuum of Sherlock Holmes Stories – Jay Ganguly and Kevin E Green


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