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3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 3.00 (38 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Arthur Conan Doyle Narrator: John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, and Orson Welles Publisher: HighBridge Company Format: Original Staging Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: July 2007 ISBN:
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Here are 12 acclaimed, exciting, fully dramatized performances of Conan Doyle classics. It's elementary that any Conan Doyle fan will want this splendid set of Sherlock Holmes mysteries, 12 timeless tales performed as radio theater and linked by violin-music interludes.

The great Sir John Gielgud stars as the sleuth of Baker Street, with Ralph Richardson as his venerable companion, Dr. Watson, and Orson Welles as the nefarious Professor Moriarty. With three giants of the theater in such colorful roles, it's no mystery why this collectionwas so popular on cassette.

Included are:

  • The Blue Carbuncle
  • A Case of Identity
  • Charles August Milverton
  • The Dying Detective
  • The Final Problem
  • The Golden Pince-Nez
  • The Norwood Builder
  • A Scandal in Bohemia
  • The Second Stain
  • The Six Napoleons
  • The Solitary Cyclist
  • The Speckled Band
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Author Arthur Conan Doyle

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930) was born of Irish parentage in Scotland. He studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh, but he also had a passion for storytelling. His first book introduced that prototype of the modern detective in fiction, Sherlock Holmes. Despite the immense popularity Holmes gained throughout the world, Doyle was not overly fond of the character and preferred to write other stories. Eventually popular demand won out and he continued to satisfy readers with the adventures of the legendary sleuth. He also wrote historical romances and made two essays into pseudoscientific fantasy: The Lost World and The Poison Belt.