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Editorial Reviews

When a secret treaty goes missing in the Foreign Office, and Watson's boyhood chum Percy "Tadpole" Phelps is blamed for its disappearance, Sherlock Holmes comes to the rescue in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Naval Treaty. Listeners will want to curl up with popcorn and a blanket to settle in for this tale, told by Edward Raleigh with a unique timbre and an authentic rendering of each character. Will Sherlock Holmes solve the mystery and restore this bureaucrat to his rightful status? Listeners won't be able to wait to find out.
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Publisher's Summary

Percy "Tadpole" Phelps, an old school friend of Watson's, finds himself in a desperate situation. His career at the Foreign Office has been jeopardized by the disappearance of a secret treaty that was placed in his trust. Sherlock Holmes comes to the rescue of the disgraced diplomat.
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By Dries on 04-22-10

annoying voice

I found the reading voice unpleasant. It gets even worse when the reader puts on voices to separate the characters. Try before you buy.

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