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The valley of fear [talking book]

Holmes and Watson investigate the brutal murder of a wealthy American.

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  • "Holmes and Watson investigate the brutal murder of a wealthy American."@en
  • "After failing to stop the murder of Jack Douglas from happening, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson find themselves anxious to solve this mystery. The suspect has seemingly vanished into thin air and the mystery solving duo will stop at nothing to catch this murderer who blatantly killed a man in his own castle."
  • "After failing to stop the murder of Jack Douglas from happening, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson find themselves anxious to solve this mystery. The suspect has seemingly vanished into thin air and the mystery solving duo will stop at nothing to catch this murderer who blatantly killed a man in his own castle."@en
  • "When a strange coded message arrives at 221B Baker Street, sent by a member of Professor Moriarty's criminal organization, Sherlock Holmes soon deciphers it and finds a warning: someone is about to be murdered. A visit from a Scotland Yard inspector confirms that one John Douglas has been mysteriously killed in Sussex. Even Sherlock Holmes, well accustomed to the bizarre, finds the elements of this case unusual. John Douglas lived at Birlstone Manor House, built on the ruins of a castle surrounded by a moat. Every night he drew up the bridge as a precaution against potential villains. Nevertheless, Douglas was found dead, shot in the face at close range with a sawed-off shotgun. And the bereaved are strangely dry-eyed.The mystery spans the Atlantic, from Sussex and the foggy streets of London to a coal-mining region in Pennsylvania, and the ultimate twist can only be untangled by the incomparable skill of the legendary Holmes."@en
  • "Sherlock Holmes investigates an unusual case at a secluded, moated English country house."@en
  • "When a coded message arrives for Sherlock Holmes, he soon deciphers it and finds a warning: someone is about to be murdered. Even Sherlock Holmes, well accustomed to the bizarre, finds the elements of this case unusual. John Douglas lived at Birlstone Manor House, built on the ruins of a castle surrounded by a moat. Every night he drew up the bridge as a precaution against potential villains. Nevertheless, Douglas was found dead, shot in the face with a sawed-off shotgun."@en
  • "A coded warning of danger sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to the country house of the Jack Douglas. When they arrive too late to prevent a tragic death, the great detective and his chronicler must follow a series of clues to find a murderer."
  • "A coded warning of danger sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to the country house of the Jack Douglas. When they arrive too late to prevent a tragic death, the great detective and his chronicler must follow a series of clues to find a murderer."@en
  • "The mystery begins with a coded warning of imminent danger, drawing the illustrious Sherlock Holmes and the faithful Dr. Watson to a secluded country home."@en
  • "A coded warning of imminent danger sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to the country house of the reclusive Jack Douglas. After they arrive too late to prevent Douglas's tragic death, they find a mysterious calling card by the victim's left side. Soon enough Holmes and Dr. Watson embarks on an adventure to follow bewildering clues and find a murderer. Scotland Yard is stumped, but Holmes, detecting the diabolical workings of his arch-enemy Professor James Moriarty, has some ideas of his own."@en
  • ""A coded warning of imminent danger sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to the country house of the reclusive Jack Douglas. After they arrive too late to prevent Douglas's tragic death, they find a mysterious calling card by the victim's left side. Soon enough Holmes and Dr. Watson embarks on an adventure to follow bewildering clues and find a murderer. Scotland Yard is stumped, but Holmes, detecting the diabolical workings of his arch-enemy Professor James Moriarty, has some ideas of his own"--Container."@en
  • "Have Holmes and Watson finally met their match in the dreaded Molly McGuires and the diabolical Moriarity?"@en
  • "A coded warning sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to a country retreat, where they follow a perplexing trail of clues to unmask a murderer--and to break the stranglehold of a terrorist cult--in The Valley of Fear, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's fourth and final Sherlock Holmes novel. Also included is the bonus Sherlock Holmes story "The Final Problem."."
  • "The Sherlock Holmes series read in unabridged form, by David Timson for Naxos AudioBooks is widely regarded as one of the finest. Here, Timson brings his remarkable performance skills to one of Doyle's full-length novels. Holmes and his faithful Dr Watson are summoned to a country house by a coded message. They arrive too late to save a life and then pursue the trail which leads to the unmasking of the murderer."@en
  • "A rich American is murdered in mysterious circumstances in a manor house in Sussex, England. Sherlock Holmes, accompanied by Dr. Watson, is invited to help the investigation. Though Holmes solves the mystery at hand, his attention and indeed the mystery itself shifts to the coalfields of North America. The heart of the matter is corruption - the date is 1875. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle outs his finger with uncanny accuracy on civil corruption which so blighted North America in that century."@en
  • "The final Sherlock Holmes novel, in which a set of bewildering clues lead the redoubtable Holmes and his assistant, Doctor Watson, to the solution of a murder. The second part of the novel explains events leading to the murder, including sinister machinations of a group of Freemasons."
  • "The final Sherlock Holmes novel, in which a set of bewildering clues lead the redoubtable Holmes and his assistant, Doctor Watson, to the solution of a murder. The second part of the novel explains events leading to the murder, including sinister machinations of a group of Freemasons."@en
  • "Holmes and Watson investigate the brutal murder of a wealthy American, Douglas, living in rural Sussex. A sinister tale of mystery and intrigue is revealed about Douglas's past life as one of the infamous gang called 'The Scowrers', who ruled with terror the coal-fields of Pennsylvania in the 1870s. Part-thriller, part-western, and part-gangster story."@en
  • "Only Holmes and Watson can get to the bottom of this baffling murder mystery. John Douglas is found in his study blasted faceless with a sawn-off shotgun. There is no obvious motive or suspect. Douglas and his wife, Ivy, a rich and locally popular couple, have lived for years in the ancient, moated Birlstone Manor House. Despite Douglas' nightly ritual of raising the drawbridge, a perpetrator had concealed himself, shot Douglas, and made a clean getaway."@en
  • "With the aid of a local guidebook, a missing dumb-bell and Dr. Watson's umbrella, Holmes unravels a tangled web which stretches over fifteen years and two continents."@en
  • "In the study of Birlstone Manor a man lies foully murdered. Holmes Watson are certain that Professor Moriarty is involved."
  • "Sherlock Holmes takes on a peculiar case involving a sawed-off shotgun and a dead man clad only in a pink dressing gown."
  • "The mystery begins with a coded warning of imminent danger, drawing the illustrious Sherlock Holmes and the faithful Dr. Watson to a secluded country home. A trail of bewildering clues, including raincoats, dumbbells, and a missing wedding ring, leads to sleuthing in the finest Holmesian tradition--with the gripping back story of a cult that terrorized a valley in the American West."@en
  • "A coded warning sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to a country retreat, where they follow a perplexing trail of clues to unmask a murderer - and to break the stranglehold of a terrorist cult."@en
  • "Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson respond to a coded warning when they arrived at a fortressed country house of the reclusive Jack Douglas, too late to prevent a tragic death. They must follow a series of clues in search of a murderer and establish a connection between the corpse with a missing face and a ruthless secret society which once terrorized a desolate region of the United States."@en
  • ""The mystery begins with a coded warning of imminent danger, drawing Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to a secluded country home. A trail of bewildering clues leads to sleuthing in the finest Holmesian tradition, with a gripping backstory of a cult that terrorized a valley in the American West"--Container."@en
  • "Even Sherlock Holmes, well-accustomed to the bizarre, found the elements of this case unusual. John Douglas lived at Birlstone Manor House, built upon the ruins of a castle surrounded by a moat. Every night he drew up the drawbridge as a precaution against potential villains. Nevertheless, John Douglas was found dead, shot in the face with a very American sawed-off shotgun. The bereaved are strangely dry-eyed. Thus Holmes and Dr. Watson are placed into another mystery thick with London fog and the evil of Dr. Moriarty."@en
  • "With the aid of a local guidebook, a missing dumbbell, and Doctor Watson's umbrella, Sherlock Holmes unravels a tangled web of clues to a murder that stretches over 15 years and two continents."@en
  • "When a strange coded message arrives at 221B Baker Street, sent by a member of Professor Moriarty's criminal organization, Sherlock Holmes soon deciphers it and finds a warning: someone is about to be murdered. A visit from a Scotland Yard inspector confirms that one John Douglas has been mysteriously killed in Sussex. Even Sherlock Holmes, well accustomed to the bizarre, finds the elements of this case unusual. John Douglas lived at Birlstone Manor House, built on the ruins of a castle surrounded by a moat. Every night he drew up the bridge as a precaution against potential villains. Nevertheless, Douglas was found dead, shot in the face at close range with a sawed-off shotgun. And the bereaved are strangely dry-eyed. The mystery spans the Atlantic, from Sussex and the foggy streets of London to a coal-mining region in Pennsylvania, and the ultimate twist can only be untangled by the incomparable skill of the legendary Holmes."@en
  • "A murder at an English country estate is strangely related to a cipher message sent by an associate of Professor Moriarty."@en
  • "A coded message summons Sherlock Holmes to the aide of one Mr Douglas. Before Holmes can reach him, Douglas is found dead. He recognises the calling card of his nemesis, Professor James Moriarty - this was most definitely murder."
  • "A coded warning sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to a country retreat, where they follow a perplexing trail of clues to unmask a murderer, and to break the stranglehold of a terrorist cult."@en

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