The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
- Volume Three (Dramatised)
- Narrated by: full cast
- Length: 3 hrs and 1 min
- Radio/TV Programme
- Release date: 28-11-06
- Language: English
- Publisher: BBC Worldwide Limited
'The Lion's Mane': Holmes has retired to the Sussex countryside to tend bees. But old habits linger, especially when there is a case of murder waiting to be solved.
'The Veiled Lodger': Mrs Merrilow has the perfect lodger - a gentle woman who keeps to herself and has paid the rent regularly for seven years. But why won't she show her face?
'Shoscombe Old Place': The connection between a dog and its bone has never been more important than in this case which leads Holmes and Watson to a gruesome discovery in an old crypt.
'The Retired Colourman': One of the last cases recorded, the detective is in a ruminative mood as he tackles one of the most controversial cases in the canon.
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By Killian iPad on 01-12-15
Dramatised Holmes - gripping, yet great fun to fol
Where does The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I listen to this one over, and, over again. I would place this in my top 5 books.
What other book might you compare The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes to, and why?
39 Steps with Robert Powell - a superb narrator, I have a number of his narration so. This is a stunning story with mystery, great descriptions of the scenery, and Powell makes it sound like a group of actors are playing the parts.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
The scenes at the beginning o f each Sherlock Holmes are best, they lead you into the story in many different ways, always surprising yet familiar.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Holme's vulnerability and frustration. There is usually at least one moment in each story.
Any additional comments?
I have been listening to talking books since the early 80's, usually on cassette. Audible transformed this listing into something that was easy to access, usually of a very high quality, and with an excellent catalogue. Thank you Audible.
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By Julian Williams on 24-07-15
What made the experience of listening to The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes the most enjoyable?
It is a full BBC dramatisation
Any additional comments?
Unfortunately, the voices of Holmes and Watson were too close, audibly, for easy distinction. This is the only flaw in what is otherwise a superb broadcast.