His Last Bow: Some Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes (version 2 Dramatic Reading) cover

His Last Bow: Some Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes (version 2 Dramatic Reading)

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930)

1. Preface
2. Wisteria Lodge Part 1
3. Wisteria Lodge Part 2
4. Cardboard Box
5. Red Circle Part 1
6. Red Circle Part 2
7. Bruce-Partington Plans Part 1
8. Bruce-Partington Plans Part 2
9. Dying Detective
10. Lady Frances Carfax
11. Devil's Foot Part 1
12. Devil's Foot Part 2
13. His Last Bow

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    Summary

    The last collection of Sherlock Holmes short stories contains some of the most dramatic moments of the entire Sherlock Holmes canon. "The Dying Detective" sees the great Holmes brought low by a fatal illness and refusing even Dr Watson's medical care. "The Bruce-Partington Plans" is a case of national importance, not least for the introduction of Mycroft Holmes. It also contains the quintessential Holmes line "whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." "The Devil's Foot" is what happens when the great sleuth and his doctor attempt to go on a restful holiday. "His Last Bow" is the last ever Sherlock Holmes story, about his war service and undercover spy experiences. These and other classic Holmes and Watson stories are here brought to life by a dramatic cast of voices, so sit back and let the mysteries unfold!

    Reviews

    dg

    Always interesting "Who-done-its" good reading in general.

    Cappy

    - readings

    I still think that the stories should be read by a male voice. Foreign accents do nothing for me as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are certainly English gentlemen. I do admire people who take the time to read the stories well and these are well read.

    roshan

    - sherlock homes

    outstanting detective novel

    Tw

    - No problems

    Excellent book, no problems at all.

    TW

    - NO Problems!

    This reading must have been updated since the last reviews because I thought the book was excellently read. No audio problems at all!