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Download Sherlock Holmes and the Murder at Lodore Falls Audiobook (Unabridged)

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4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 4.00 (12 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Charlotte Smith Narrator: Ric Jerrom Publisher: AudioGO Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: February 2013 ISBN:
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From the well-worn tin dispatch box belonging to Dr J. H. Watson, three untold stories are brought to light.

In Sherlock Holmes and The Murder At Lodore Falls, Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson are drawn into a case that involves murder, blackmail and robbery. It is a case that leads to danger to both Homes and Watson and brings a confrontation with their old adversary. With Dr Watson facing his own personal nightmares, will Holmes be able to solve the mystery and help his troubled friend? The two other tales are Christmas stories.

In The Adventure Of The Wooden Boat, Dr Watson is haunted by an old tragedy and copes by building a model boat, which is an old family tradition. In The Call of Angels, Dr Watson has an accident while travelling back to Baker Street and is aided by a mysterious stranger. Who is this mysterious stranger?

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About the Author

Charlotte Turner Smith (1749-1806) was born in London to a wealthy family. Unfortunately, her father’s reckless spending forced her into an early, unhappy marriage with Benjamin Smith, an abusive gambler who was completely unsupportive of her writing, in which she had begun to immerse herself. Though her novels, and particularly her poetry, received critical acclaimed, her life was one of general unhappiness—a constant battle against dwindling finances, attempts to separate herself from a violent, reckless husband, and losing much of her inheritance to a nearly-forty year long legal battle that became the inspiration for Dickens’ central case in Bleak House. By 1803, Smith was again poverty-stricken with severe gout; the disease made writing painful and later almost paralyzed her. On February 23, 1806, Charlotte finally received some of her inheritance, but was too ill to do anything with it, and she died on October 28, 1806.

About the Narrator

Ric Jerrom is an actor, writer, and—occasionally—director. He has also narrated audiobooks in genres from classics to romantic fiction to mystery and suspense, winning three AudioFile Earphones Awards and placing as a finalist for the prestigious Audie Award. He has written plays, film scripts, short stories, poetry, and journalism. He has performed in many radio plays, sundry theaters, and internationally for the Natural Theatre Company of Bath.