The spectral hellhound, which dogs the descendants of the Baskerville family, has claimed another victim. The ancient legend, and the modern murderous facts are placed before the great Sherlock Holmes. And one of the greatest adventures put to print begins....
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A Great Classic...
- Douglas "College English professor who loves classic literature, psychology, neurology and hates pop trash like Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey."
Artfully written and Suspensefully Told
Yes! The print version is more challenging to read b/c of the language of the times (late 1800's). I found it much more pleasurable to listen to.
The style in which it is written. You have to truly listen and "decode" the decriptions to get all the humor in it. It's a pleasant mental challenge and very rewarding.
His voice is pleasant. He has enough voice changes, but not too much, and can lend an air of excitement and suspense without being overly dramatic.
Yes, but it was six hours long. I looked forward to crawling in bed every night and continuing the mystery!
Have been disapointed that I cannot easily find other Holmes stories read by B.J. Harrison...will keep looking.