Nothing that is secret can remain secret forever. But is it possible that some crimes are better left undiscovered? Join Holmes and Watson as they travel from London to storm-wracked Bedfordshire, where the great detective finds himself uncovering the grisly truth concerning a half-century old murder.
What listeners say about Sherlock Holmes and a Quantity of Debt
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- Derek S.
Good story, very odd reading
Would you try another book written by David Marcum or narrated by Time Winters?
Written be David Marcum yes, read by Time Winters, NO
What other book might you compare Sherlock Holmes and a Quantity of Debt to, and why?
Other good Holmes pastiches
How did the narrator detract from the book?
An odd reading which appears to have been edited very badly. Timing of the delivery was ruined by what sounded like gap removal or compression in many places making it a very difficult listen. The two introductions read by the author were also weirdly robotic in delivery with hardly any gaps between sentences. Also, the accents were pretty appalling.
If this book were a film would you go see it?
Any additional comments?
The quality of this recording is not up to standard although the story is quite a good one. I would have thought Audible would have rejected this book on the quality of the reading (or what was done to it after recording).
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- patricia wallace
Enjoyable Sherlock story
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
This is one of the better Sherlock stories I have read and I have read a lot. While the ending was predictable it kept you reading till the end. If you need a new Sherlock tale I
What three words best describe Time Winters’s voice?
Understandable well paced
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Truly Sherlockian listen. Better than most I have purchased or listened to. A true 5 star Sherlock book.