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Summary

Airship 27 Productions is once again thrilled to offer mystery fans this brand new anthology of mystery adventures. Once again, Holmes and Watson challenge the criminal forces that threaten Victorian England at every turn.

A twisted scientist plots to alter the course of human evolution while another dreams of creating the world's first mechanical thinking machine. A body is found in a secured bank vault and modern day pirates have begun harassing Her Majesty's Royal Navy. Here are five new mysteries that will test the Great Detective's uncanny talents of observation and the courage of his loyal companion.

Writers Bernadette Johnson, Joshua Reynolds, Ian Watson and Andrew Salmon have delivered another compilation of fast paced, old fashioned tales guaranteed to warm the blood of the most ardent Holmes enthusiast. Sit back, dim the lights, and prepare yourself for the chase. Once more, the game is afoot!

©2010 Joshua Reynolds, I. A. Watson, Bernadette Johnson, Andrew Salmon (P)2016 RadioArchives.com

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Poor narration

Would you try another book written by the authors or narrated by George Kuch?

Always try other books by these authors but as a narrator I've rarely heard worse. The sight of his name would be enough to put me off. Sometimes he can not even get the pronounciation of simple words right.

Would you be willing to try another book from the authors? Why or why not?

Yes, the stories are good.

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of George Kuch?

Just about anyone