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Sherlock Holmes and The Sign of Four

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Narrated By: Robin Cotter

Publisher: LibriVox

Date: January 2011

Duration: 4 hours 19 minutes

Summary:

When a young lady approaches Sherlock Holmes looking for help in finding out what happened to her father when he disappeared 10 years earlier, both Holmes and Watson are sent on a mission involving stolen treasure, service in colonial India and a secret pact among four ex-convicts. (Summary by Robin Cotter)

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  • simon w

    A good quick book, with a few little twists. At times it's hard to follow as the narrator didn't, in my opinion, change the tone of voice when Watson and Holmes were conversing. Thus it was difficult to regain your place after putting the book down

  • Thomas Bigos

    I knew the story, but I enjoyed this book anyhow. Narration was good, not great. I am a Sherlock Holmes fan and will probably get more of his stories.

  • Ellen Dickman

    Narrator is somewhat boring given the subject matter.

  • Maila Baumann

    Superbe book!! The constant, after every chapter, mentioning of the "librovox...." is a bit confusing but after a while you don't hear it anymor. the narration was good, I'd prefer to heart it from a british narrator though.

  • Rob Alexander

    Seems a bit odd to have Dr Watson's narrative voiced by a woman, and one that isn't very eloquent.

  • Derek johnson

    this is a really good, quick listen book. The history of Sherlock Holmes is so fun and entertaining to get to hear old stories. I enjoy this and others about him