The Classic Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Collectors Set #3



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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930)

The man who gave the world Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson probably never dreamed, when he started his writing career that his creations would become the focus of what has, over the years, developed an entire industry. His canon of Holmes and Watson adventures, fifty-six short stories and four novels, has been reproduced more times, in more different mediums then any other detective series in the history of English literature.

With full authorization from the Conan Doyle estate we bring you our third collection of full cast audio presentations of 12 of the famous Holmes stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, dramatized by noted British writer M. J. Elliott and starring John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes with Lawrence Albert as Dr. Watson

The Adventure of The Norwood Builder - First published October 1903
Holmes is almost completely frustrated in his efforts to prove that his latest client didn’t commit murder, until the police discover a clue that cinches his guilt, a clue that shows Sherlock Holmes the method of proving the man’s innocence.

The Problem of Thor Bridge - First published March 1922
Sir Arthur out did himself when it comes to the solution of this classic story of murder and hatred. Who killed the wife of one of the worlds richest men and did that man do every thing he could to make his spouse hate him?

The Adventure of Black Peter - First published February 1904
What kind of a man can drive a harpoon completely thru his victim with such strength that the point of the weapon in sunk several inches deep into a wall? Would he be a big man or filled with such rage that he becomes a superman?

The Adventure of the Red Circle - First published March 1911
A mysterious lodger who only writes one word instructions, a kidnapped landlord and the shadowy presence of one of the most dangerous men on the European continent constitute one of the most unusual cases ever investigated by Holmes and Watson.

A Scandal in Bohemia - First published July 1891
To Sherlock Holmes, Irene Adler will always be “the woman”. In his eyes she eclipsed and predominated the whole of her sex.” So says Doctor Watson in the opening of this the first and possibly most of the short stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Listen and find out!

The Adventure of the Second Stain - First published December 1904
Holmes and Watson have two missions; find a stolen document of national importance and protect the identity of the thief.

The Resident Patient - First published August 1893
In this, one of the darkest of all the Holmes stories written by Conan Doyle, the Great Detective must solve a murder with four cigar butts and the look in the victim’s eyes among the clues.

The Adventure of the Retired Colourman - First published Dec. 1926
A retired paint manufacturer, a colourman, comes to Holmes with a case of marital infidelity and theft, a very ordinary problem as far as the Great Detective is concerned. Why then is he so eager to take it on?

The Adventure of the Three Garridebs - First published October 1924
In this original story from the canon Sherlock Holmes’ investigation “… costs one man his sanity another a blood letting and a third his freedom.”

The Adventure of the Three Gables - First published September 1926
Once again Sherlock Holmes’ adversary is brilliant, determined, ruthless and beautiful. His efforts to defeat the plans of an aging beauty are at the heart of this classic story from the canon.

Wisteria Lodge - First published September 1908
One of the strangest of Doyle’s original stories finds Holmes and Watson dealing with murder, international intrigue and voodoo.

The Man With the Twisted Lip - First published December. 1891
How can a man so completely disappear from a room where all that is left of him is a box of toys and a coat whose pockets are stuff with coins? This is a one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most ingenious stories. Guest starring Cynthia Lauren Tewes.


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