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 what has over the years become an entire industry. His canon of Holmes and Watson adventures, fifty-six short stories and four novels, has been reproduced more times and in more different mediums then any other detective stories in the history English literature.
The list of audio recreations alone, done in most of the dominant languages of the world, is highly impressive with new interpretations being added almost yearly.
With full authorization from the Conan Doyle estate we bring you full cast audio presentations of two 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 and Lawrence Albert as Dr. Watson.
- The Adventure of The Mazarin Stone
A crown diamond is stolen and Holmes is brought in to solve the case. He decides the only way to do it is by playing the violin and by inviting a man to Baker Street whose main intent is to murder the Great Detective. First published October, 1921
- The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger
Affairs of the heart usually don’t come into the purview of Mr. Sherlock Holmes but when it involves a murder, a mysteriously masked renter and the activities of two savage brutes, only one of whom is human. First published January 1927
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