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"Sherlock Holmes & the Monumental Horror": When Elise Clayworth disappears from a hotel room in Paris, Holmes and Watson work against a seeming dearth of clues: no ransom has been demanded, no one has seen or heard anything, and there appears to be no way out of the hotel without being seen. Only a small bit of masonry in Miss Clayworth's room can shed light on what happened to her. Can Holmes deduce the lady's whereabouts before it is too late?
"Sherlock Holmes & the Adventure of Ichabod Reed": "The man is the mystery." So says young Malcolm Durstwell when he comes to Baker Street in hopes of discovering the truth about the man who has inherited his uncle's estate - a man no one has ever heard of or seen. Sherlock Holmes is inclined to dismiss the case...until Malcolm Durstwell himself is found dead shortly after his visit. Is it a coincidence? Or has the nameless, faceless Ichabod Reed gone so far as to commit murder? And if so, how can Holmes identify him and bring him to justice?
"Sherlock Holmes & the Mystery of the Last Line": When Holmes rousts Watson and Mrs Hudson from their beds early one morning, they follow him without question, only to land at the estate of Holmesweald, Holmes's childhood home. Holmes has brought them there to see him through the process of ending his cocaine habit. Meanwhile, Watson discovers a diary that he is sure can help him solve the greatest mystery yet - that of Sherlock Holmes himself.
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By Ray Johnson on 02-12-18
Wow, it's like Doyle came back from the dead
There are three amazing stories in this book. I cannot lie, and do not exaggerate when I say that M. Pepper Langlinais seems to have channeled the spirit of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The style, the prose, the mystery, and the portrayal of Watson and Holmes is os spot on I would have believed it if someone had told me these were "lost Stories" only recently discovered in Doyle's estate.
Ashe kills it with his narration. He embodies John Watson vocally that you almost feel like he is standing behind you telling his tales. Truly, a stunning piece of verbal olympics.
These stories are absolutely gold, and I am 100% a true Holmesian when I say that. I have read many modern interpretations, but M. Pepper Langlinais nails the mood, atmosphere, and even dialect of the period precisely.
I cannot wait for more.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Todd (Toad) Vogel on 08-02-17
3 clever short stories
If you're a fan of Sherlock Holmes, you'll love these 3 clever short stories. They are definitely written in the same style as the originals by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The author, M. Pepper Langlinais, is quite obviously a fan of the originals. These we're almost as good as Doyle's work. The author uses the correct time periods and correct language of the period. The narrator, Jared Ashe, certainly narrated the stories perfectly. The only constructive criticism I can offer is to the narrator. The sound quality almost sounds like the echo of a bathroom. A little soundproofing goes a long way.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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By Jeff on 02-26-18
great new Sherlock Holmes stories
What made the experience of listening to New Sherlock Holmes Adventures (Three Book Series) the most enjoyable?
The stories are kept in the way original author would be proud and liked the unique story lines.
What was one of the most memorable moments of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures (Three Book Series)?
I enjoyed the part were Sherlock goes cold turkey
Which scene did you most enjoy?
Very difficult to say it was a brilliant book
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
yes and i did beginning to end and listen to it another twice since
Any additional comments?
Holmes fans you will love this