Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Faceless Bride

  • by Pennie Mae Cartawick
  • Narrated by Ian Whitcomb, J.W. Terry, Barbara Goodson
  • 0 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An enhanced audiobook, with complete music score and extensive sound effects to add to your listening experience.
The bride carried no decaying roses, but her bridal dress was torn and burnt. Her bare legs, starved needle points, staggered disjointedly. The veil hung low over her face. I had my pistol, however I could not shoot. If it was a ghost, the bullet would surely pass through. If it was flesh, then I would be shooting dead a woman. Her hands, the fingernails long and cracked, lifted up the veil. Her face! Even in the darkness I could see its ruin. The eyes had been snatched from its sockets, the nose sunken in; all that was left was the mouth. Thin, melted lips parted to reveal brown chipped teeth.
A Roger Rittner Production. Pulp Radio - Audio Dramas. Narrated by Ian Whitcomb, with Barbara Goodson and J.W. Terry. Announced by Dave Mallow.

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Very intriguing and professionally done story

What did you love best about Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Faceless Bride?

The story is very intriguing and is done very professionally with sound effects and voices. Loved it!


What was one of the most memorable moments of Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Faceless Bride?

The most memorable moment was when Sherlock met the Faceless bride.


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- Tatyana

Entertaining addition to your Sherlock library

This was a enjoyable Sherlock Holmes story and had all the elements of a solid Arthur Conan Doyle story, namely interesting characters, a puzzle, Sherlock being difficult, Watson being decent, some danger, and a little bit of humor. It was definitely scary and creepy, and the ending did surprise me.

This was a really good listen as an audio book and perfect for an October night. The actors did a great job, although early on the sound effects may have been a bit too loud along with the talking. At 30 minutes I thought it was a perfect length.
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- S. Hanes

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-20-2014
  • Publisher: catherine kimball