12 episodes

Dr. Watson chronicles here some of the more interesting detective cases that he and his good friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, have encountered during their association. We see the cases unfold as he does, scratch our heads as does he while the evidence is collected, and then marvel at the impeccable observations, remarkable insight, and doggedness which Holmes displays as he teases apart the tangled clues.Packaged as twelve distinct cases, by the end of this book your own senses of observation and deductive reasoning should be improved. It's easy to see why this book became a model for detective yarns! (Summary by Mark F. Smith)

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (version 3), The by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930‪)‬ LibriVox

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    • 4.6 • 35 Ratings

Dr. Watson chronicles here some of the more interesting detective cases that he and his good friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, have encountered during their association. We see the cases unfold as he does, scratch our heads as does he while the evidence is collected, and then marvel at the impeccable observations, remarkable insight, and doggedness which Holmes displays as he teases apart the tangled clues.Packaged as twelve distinct cases, by the end of this book your own senses of observation and deductive reasoning should be improved. It's easy to see why this book became a model for detective yarns! (Summary by Mark F. Smith)

    01 - A Scandal in Bohemia

    01 - A Scandal in Bohemia

    • 57 min
    02 - The Red-Headed League

    02 - The Red-Headed League

    • 1 hr
    03 - A Case of Identity

    03 - A Case of Identity

    • 45 min
    04 - The Bascombe Valley Mystery

    04 - The Bascombe Valley Mystery

    • 1 hr 2 min
    05 - The Five Orange Pips

    05 - The Five Orange Pips

    • 46 min
    06 - The Man With the Twisted Lip

    06 - The Man With the Twisted Lip

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

momentomoment ,

Dramatic and easy rendition

You might be surprised to hear that I have been listening to these same twelve stories to sleep for almost five years now. In the beginning it took a bit of getting used to Mark Smith’s dramatic voiceovers for each character but soon I began to love it because these were the most clearly enunciated stories. Not too fast, not too slow coupled with an easy accent. Mark Smith has other readings on librivox too and they are all good. There were more Sherlock Holmes stories by him which I sadly can’t find anymore.

Yuri zarchvitch ,

Nice

This is good but anyone from 2018 this is from so long ago

Fun1894 ,

The narrator is great but

I personally hate when narrators try to do different accents, especially when they still have the accent going when they finish the conversation and then add ‘he said’ or ‘she said’.

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