The Canary Trainer : Nicholas Meyer Holmes Pastiches

  • by Nicholas Meyer
  • Narrated by David Case
  • Series: Nicholas Meyer Holmes Pastiches
  • 6 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

While employed as a violinist by the Paris Opera in 1891, Sherlock Holmes discovers many surprises: the reappearance of his great love and a series of bizarre accidents allegedly arranged by the "Opera Ghost", an opponent more than equal to Holmes in cunning.

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HIGH ST. BUTLER NARRATION WAY TO STIFF

OVERALL GOOD LISTEN, WELL WRITTEN, AND GIVES THE SHERLOCIAN FEEL. THOUGH I HAVE LISTENED TO THIS STORY IN YRS. GONE BYE, ITS WORTH A TRY. NARRATOR IS VERY STIFF, HIS VOICE HAS THE VERY UPPER CRUST BUTLER SOUND.
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- JOHN "Absolutly love to listen to the great classic English detectives."

A great blending of two tales

I love the Phantom as much as I love Sherlock and this was a great blending of the two. Certain aspects of Gaston's book was changed to better fit the tale just as certain bits of Sherlock's timeline was changed to fit Doyle's stories. I love the inclusion of Irene and the romantic tension the two share. A great read for Sherlock and Phantom lovers alike.
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- Juliana Howell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-02-2009
  • Publisher: Random House Audio