Sherlock Holmes may have been the most famous detective of the 19th century, but he had many worthy rivals.The treasures in this collection include:
"The Assyrian Rejuvinator" by Clifford Ashton
"The Ripening Rubies" by Max Pemberton
"The Murder at Troyte's Hill" by C.L. Pirkis
"The Absent Minded Coterie" by Robert Barr
"How He Cut His Stick" by M. Bodkin
"The Problem of Cell 13" by Jacques Futrelle
"The Unknown Weapon" by Andrew Forester
"The Dublin Mystery" by Baroness Orczy
"The Lenton Croft Mysteries" by Arthur Morrison
"The Case of the Dixon Torpedo" by Arthur Morrison
"The Glascow Mystery" by Baroness Orczy
If you had to solve a particularly perplexing crime in the late Victorian age, who would you choose as your model detective? Sherlock Holmes, with his magnifying glass and opium habit? Sir Percy Blakeney, with his impenetrably secret identity? How about Augustus S. F. X Van Dusen, otherwise known as "The Thinking Machine"?
Try out their styles and many more in this classic compendium of short stories from the early masters of detective fiction. Each story is faithfully performed by a unique voice, giving the listener over 12 hours of exciting and stylistically varied whodunits.
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