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The Sherlock Holmes Scripts: The Complete Holmes and Watson Series

The Holmes and Watson Series, Book 5
Narrated by: Kevin Theis
Length: 3 hrs and 35 mins
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Solve the Egyptian equation, witness the Montague murders, fear the Legend of Loch Logarth, and close Holmes' final chapter....

All four original Sherlock Holmes scripts of The Holmes and Watson Series, written and performed in the style of the classic Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce films. Audiobook is further enhanced with atmospheric music and sound effects.

The Sherlock Holmes Scripts also features a bonus additional scene, "Mrs. Hudson Speaks", and an introduction by Holmes' trusted scriber himself, Doctor Watson.

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  • Alan E. Stern
  • 16-08-17

Corny

If it weren't for Mr. Theis' voice characterizations, this would have been a total waste of time. Four stories, done in script format, that are poorly written and demean the legend of Sherlock Holmes. Sound effects and music that are, both cheesy and laughable.

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  • Linda Johnson
  • 04-07-17

Music is distracting

The story isn't good enough to overcome the musical distractions. The play format doesn't work well as written. Couldn't finish listening.