In what is arguably both the best Sherlock Holmes story in the canon and one of the classic all-time mystery novels, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle parlays his interest in the occult with keen scientific detection in a story that prominently showcases Dr. Watson. A lonely English moor, full of ancient woe and inhabited by a hound from hell, and a host of suspects all give Sherlock Holmes and Watson a baffling case to solve.More
The late, great Walter Covell works his vocal magic as Dr. Watson in this audiobook performance of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Hound of the Baskervilles, a Sherlock Holmes mystery. Required reading in many schools, this should be required listening for the audiophile.
In England’s desolate West Country, a nobleman is found dead on the grounds of his country house. The moors surrounding the house have long been thought to be haunted by a behemoth hellhound and a curse, and the nobleman’s death has all the markings of just such an encounter. But all is not what it seems in Sherlock Holmes territory. Put your feet up, have a small taste of laudanum, and enjoy this frightening, mysterious, and intellectually satisfying romp on the moor.
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