Summary

The Moonstone is a classic detective story. John Herncastle, an English officer, kills three guards, and steals a precious jewel from the head of a Hindu moon-god, during the battle of Seringapatam. It passes into the hands of Miss Verinder, on the celebration of her 18th birthday. The Brahmins then come to regain it. That night the moonstone disappears; but who has it? The mystery is tackled by the resourceful detective, Sergeant Cuff. This is an audio-dramatisation with full cast, sound effects, and 'audio-ambience' created for you by AudioscapePlayers.
Public Domain (P)1995 AudioscapeProductions
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5 out of 5 stars
By Highlight on 16-12-16

A Nice Adaptation

A nice full cast adaptation you will want to listen to over again.
Good professional cast with atmospheric soundtrack taking you into the story as if you were there.

A production true to the story gets along nicely.

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