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Valley of Fear (Version 2)

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930)

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

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Genres

    Summary

    John Douglas has been murdered at Birlstone manner, but Sherlock Holmes' main concern is the missing dumbell in the murder room. This fourth and final novel of Sherlock Holmes is based on the real-life adventures of the mob in Pennsylvania and the consequences of betrayal many years later.

    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).