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The Valley of Fear

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930)

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1. 01 - Part 1, Chapter 1 The Warning
2. 02 - Part 1, Chapter 2 Sherlock Holmes Discourses
3. 03 - Part 1, Chapter 3 The Tragedy of Birlstone
4. 04 - Part 1, Chapter 4 Darkness
5. 05 - Part 1, Chapter 5 The People of the Drama
6. 06 - Part 1, Chapter 6 A Dawning Light
7. 07 - Part 1, Chapter 7 The Solution
8. 08 - Part 2, Chapter 1 The Man
9. 09 - Part 2, Chapter 2 The Bodymaster
10. 10 - Part 2, Chapter 3 Lodge 341, Vermissa
11. 11 - Part 2, Chapter 4 The Valley of Fear
12. 12 - Part 2, Chapter 5 The Darkest Hour
13. 13 - Part 2, Chapter 6 Danger
14. 14 - Part 2, Chapter 7 The Trapping of Birdy Edwards
15. 15 - Epilogue

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Summary

Doyle's final novel featuring the beloved sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, brings the detective and his friend to a country manor where they are preceded by either a murder or a suicide. A secretive organization lies culprit and an infiltration of it is in order.

Reviews

Tim

- Valley of Fear

It was an okay story. The first couple of parts are a nice Sherlock Holmes story, while the last part is really just a backstory without any real Sherlock Holmes involvement. That may turn some off looking for just Sherlock stories, but otherwise it was a fine story. Reading was fine, unremarkable but clear.

C

Thank you so much for all the books, much appreciated!

JC

I love anything Sherlock but do some of these readers never listen to themselves. Odd reading cadence with this reader, annoying. Love the story, though.

M.T

- Valley of fear

Great story, but horrible read.

Bernie

- Valley of Fear

Great story, you do 'eventually' get used to the readers style.

J.K.

- Valley of Fear

Loved it!

The Valley of Fear

- Freemason Fiction

A fabulous story by a fabulous storyteller. The story is spun with Sherlock only on the fringe. A surprisingly enjoyable "listen" I recommend to those who enjoy serious mysteries (as opposed to the lighthearted type).