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DOYLE, A.C.: Return of Sherlock Holmes (The), Vol. 3 (Unabridged)

    

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DOYLE, A.C.: Return of Sherlock Holmes (The), Vol. 3 (Unabridged)

Once again Conan Doyle presents a series of cases which baffle the police, but are no match for Sherlock Holmes and his trusty companion Dr Watson. In ‘Black Peter’ the peace of rural Sussex is disturbed by the discovery of a seafarer’s body pinned to the wall of his hut with a harpoon. In ‘The Golden Pince-Nez’ a young man is found dead clutching a pair of spectacles—yet he had perfect sight. Who is the short-sighted murderer? In ‘The Missing Three-Quarter’ Holmes takes on a novel case when a rugby player goes missing the day before a major University match. A woman tied to a chair; her husband clubbed to death with a poker, a case of robbery with violence? But all is not what it seems in the case of ‘The Abbey Grange’. The series ends with ‘The Second Stain’ where a top secret document that could lead Britain into war goes missing. Holmes is put to the test to save his country as well as his reputation.



Disc 1

  The Adventure of Black Peter
1.   The Adventure of Black Peter 00:04:10
2.   Our visitor was an exceedingly alert man… 00:03:56
3.   ‘You must have read in the account…’ 00:04:25
4.   The young inspector winced… 00:06:08
5.   Alighting at the small wayside station… 00:04:08
6.   It was past eleven o’clock… 00:03:55
7.   The man pulled himself together… 00:06:01
8.   ‘Well, Watson, what do you think of it’ 00:05:03
9.   There had been some talking in gruff voices… 00:04:17
10.   ‘It’s soon told…’ 00:03:51
11.   ‘Now I’ll tell you the queerest part…’ 00:04:13
  The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez
12.   The Adventure of the Golden Pince - Nez 00:03:53
13.   When the light of the hall lamp… 00:04:43
14.   ‘Now I will give you the evidence of Susan Tarlton…’ 00:03:44
15.   He unfolded the rough chart… 00:04:13
16.   Sherlock Holmes took the glasses… 00:04:40


Disc 2

  The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez
1.   The gale had blown itself out next day… 00:04:32
2.   ‘Now we are making a little progress.’ 00:04:22
3.   Holmes was pacing up and down… 00:03:58
4.   Holmes was curiously distrait… 00:03:48
5.   The old man had just finished his lunch… 00:04:49
6.   I saw the old man throw up his arms… 00:04:47
7.   The old man reached out a trembling hand… 00:04:59
8.   She tore from the bosom of her dress… 00:04:04
  The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter
9.   The Adventure of the Missing Three - Quarter 00:04:07
10.   My friend had listened with amused surprise… 00:05:54
11.   Sherlock Holmes was a past - master… 00:04:24
12.   There were a number of letters… 00:04:40
13.   There was a telegraph - office… 00:04:20
14.   It was already dark… 00:04:04
15.   Holmes replaced the bill in his notebook 00:03:51
16.   ‘Could you not follow it’ 00:06:38


Disc 3

  The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter
1.   I was horrified by my first glimpse of Holmes… 00:04:08
2.   There could be no doubt… 00:03:44
3.   Dr Armstrong took a quick step forward… 00:03:11
  The Adventure of the Abbey Grange
4.   The Adventure of the Abbey Grange 00:04:12
5.   A drive of a couple of miles… 00:04:54
6.   At last she continued… 00:05:11
7.   The keen interest had passed… 00:04:12
8.   Holmes was down on his knees… 00:05:21
9.   During our return journey… 00:05:21
10.   The household at the Abbey Grange… 00:04:06
11.   She was an interesting person… 00:04:25
12.   Holmes’s card sent in to the manager… 00:02:37
13.   Before evening, we had a visit… 00:03:55
14.   There was a sound upon the stairs… 00:04:06
15.   ‘Well, I never thought to see her again…’ 00:06:51


Disc 4

  The Adventure of the Second Stain
1.   The Adventure of the Second Stain 00:04:43
2.   ‘That can be done in a very few words…’ 00:04:21
3.   Sherlock Holmes rose with a smile 00:04:34
4.   Holmes shook his head mournfully 00:03:19
5.   When our illustrious visitors had departed… 00:05:09
6.   Mrs Hudson had appeared with a lady’s card… 00:04:05
7.   ‘One more question, Mr Holmes.’ 00:03:05
8.   All that day and the next… 00:05:32
9.   ‘What do you think of that, Holmes’ 00:04:03
10.   ‘What is it, then’ 00:04:09
11.   The big constable, very hot and penitent… 00:04:28
12.   When we arrived at the residence… 00:04:12
13.   The butler had hardly closed the door… 00:04:06
14.   ‘What happened there, madam’ 00:03:02
15.   The Prime Minister’s manner was subdued… 00:04:24

Total Playing Time: 04:34:03






Author(s):
Doyle, Arthur Conan

Reader(s):
Timson, David

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: NA434612

Barcode: 9789626343463

Boxset: NAX39812; NAX97812

Physical Release: 09/2005

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