Arthur Conan Doyle Enjoy this wonderful collection of Sherlock Holmes' adventures.
"The Adventure of the Golden Pince Nez Doyle" - A crime with no motive puzzles the great detective.
"The Adventure of the Three Students" - The answers to a university examination suddenly disappear.
"Mystery of the Noble Bachelor" - An ecstatic bride runs from the altar, deserting one of the most eligible bachelors in England.
"The Gloria Scott" - A wealthy landowner reads a strange note and immediately falls dead.
"The Empty House" - The Moriarty gang plots to assassinate Holmes.
"The Adventure of the Dying Detective" - Watson finds Holmes in a delirium.
"The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone" - A game hunter stalks Holmes.
"The Darlington Substitution Scandal" - Some of the most valuable portraits in England are to be stolen.
"Reichenbach Secret" - Holmes must confess a lie.
Arthur Conan Doyle Enjoy this wonderful collection of Sherlock Holmes' adventures.
"The Adventure of the Lion's Mane": A dying man's last words begin Holmes' search for a merciless killer. "The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist": A young lady's safety and freedom are threatened by a mysterious man on a bicycle. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb": The Baker Street duo's foray into the case leads to characters and machinations even stranger and more threatening than the case's grotesque genesis. "The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place": One of Holmes' most memorable cases includes ransacked ancient mummies, evidence of murder, a beloved dog, and a horse race that will determine one man's fate. "The Problem of Thor Bridge": A love triangle culminates in the shooting death of the wife and murdercharges against the household's beautiful governess. "Sherlock Holmes: His Last Bow": A meeting between German operatives during World War I threatens England's freedom. "The Adventure of the Three Gables": A strange case of an offer to buy a house and everything in it. "The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual": Holmes must decipher the ancient Musgrave Ritual to solve the mysterious disappearance of schoolmate Reginald Musgrave's butler and maid. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs": A perplexing mystery with $15 million at stake, but only if you have the right name.
"The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet": A priceless British royal crown is stolen.
Arthur Conan Doyle First appearing in print in 1890, the character of Sherlock Holmes has now become synonymous worldwide with the concept of a super sleuth. His creator, Conan Doyle, imbued his detective hero with intellectual power, acute observational abilities, a penchant for deductive reasoning and a highly educated use of forensic skills. Indeed, Doyle created the first fictional private detective who used what we now recognize as modern scientific investigative techniques.
Doyle ended up writing four novels and 56 short stories featuring Holmes and his companion, Dr. Watson. All but four are told in the first person by Watson, two by Holmes, and two are written in the third person. Together, this series of beautifully written Victorian literature has sold more copies than any other books in the English language, with the exceptions of the Bible and Shakespeare.
Volume 1 in this series consists of two novels, A Study in Scarlet and The Sign of Four, followed by a collection of short stories entitled The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
Arthur Conan Doyle The country doctor had come to 221B Baker Street, the famous lodgings of Sherlock Holmes, with an eerie tale---the legend of the Hound of the Baskervilles, the devil-beast that haunted the lonely moors around the Baskervilles' ancestral home. The tale warned the descendants of that ancient family never to venture out on the moor "in those dark hours when the powers of evil are exalted." But one of the most recent Baskervilles, Sir Charles, was now dead, and the footprints of a giant hound had been found near his body. Would the new heir of the Baskervilles meet the same dreadful fate? Sherlock Holmes and his faithful friend Dr. Watson are faced with their most terrifying case in this wonderful classic of masterful detection and bone-chilling suspense. This audiobook includes the bonus Sherlock Holmes story "The Adventure of the Dancing Men."
Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson investigate the legend of a supernatural hound, a beast that may be stalking a young heir on the fog-shrouded moorland that makes up his estate. The best of the Holmes novels!
Arthur Conan Doyle The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of Sherlock Holmes stories, originally published in 1894, by Arthur Conan Doyle.
The 11 stories of the Memoirs are:
The Adventure of the Yellow Face
The Stockbroker's Clerk
The Gloria Scott
The Musgrave Ritual
The Adventure of the Reigate Squire
The Adventure of the Crooked ManThe Resident Patient
The Greek Interpreter
The Naval Treaty
The Final Problem Scottish-born author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. (1859 - 1930) was a major innovation in the field of crime fiction his other works include, science fiction stories, historical novels, plays and romances, poetry, and non-fiction.
Please note: This is a vintage recording. The audio quality may not be up to modern day standards.
Arthur Conan Doyle In the first of all the Sherlock Holmes stories, Dr. John Watson, discharged from military service after suffering severe wounds, is at a loose end until a chance encounter leads him to take rooms with a remarkable young man. The arrogant, irascible Sherlock Holmes is a master chemist, a talented musician, and an expert on all aspects of crime. And when Watson is drawn into the investigation of a bizarre murder in which Holmes is involved, he is unaware that it is the beginning of the most famous partnership in the history of criminal detection.
The mystery begins when a body turns up in an abandoned building. A baffled Scotland Yard calls in the world's first "consulting detective," Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Through observation, subterfuge, and tenacity, he is soon able to discover the identity of the assassin, but that is only the beginning of the bizarre mystery. This audiobook includes the bonus Sherlock Holmes story "The Adventure of the Speckled Band."
Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes author, Arthur Conan Doyle's imagination runs amok in his collection of thrilling tales of mystery. Conan Doyle's gift for creating compelling characters and tightly woven plots with twists, turns, and surprise endings will keep you glued to your seat! The stories include:
"The Horror of Heights"
"The Leather Funnel"
"The New Catacomb"
"The Case of Lady Sannox"
"The Terror of Blue John Gap"
"The Brazilian Cat"
"The Lost Special"
"The Beetle Hunter"
"The Man with Watches"
"The Japanned Box"
"The Black Doctor"
"The Jew’s Breastplate"
Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle (1859-1930) was a Scottish short story writer, novelist, playwright, poet, and physician. Most famous for his Sherlock Holmes stories, Conan Doyle was a prolific writer in several genres. Conan Doyle's medical practice was not especially popular, and he began writing to fill his time. After some difficulty finding a publisher, his first Sherlock Holmes story was published to great success. A master of crime fiction, Conan Doyle passion for justice and understanding of psychology makes for riveting listening.
Arthur Conan Doyle Volume two in this series consists of one novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles, and two collections of short stories, which include "Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes" and "The Return of Sherlock Holmes" (a total of 23 stories). These creations by Doyle represent the finest work of his Holmes series, and certainly the most famous. They are reproduced here (and in all volumes) in the order in which they were first published.
First appearing in print in 1890, the character of Sherlock Holmes has now become synonymous worldwide with the concept of a super sleuth. His creator, Conan Doyle, imbued his detective hero with intellectual power, acute observational abilities, a penchant for deductive reasoning and a highly educated use of forensic skills. Indeed, Doyle created the first fictional private detective who used what we now recognize as modern scientific investigative techniques. Doyle ended up writing four novels and 56 short stories featuring Holmes and his companion, Dr. Watson. All but four are told in the first person by Watson, two by Holmes, and two are written in the third person. Together, this series of beautifully written Victorian literature has sold more copies than any other books in the English language, with the exceptions of the Bible and Shakespeare.
Arthur Conan Doyle The spectral hellhound, which dogs the descendants of the Baskerville family, has claimed another victim. The ancient legend, and the modern murderous facts are placed before the great Sherlock Holmes. And one of the greatest adventures put to print begins....