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Sherlock Holmes, 3 tales of intrigue, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock Holmes, 3 tales of intrigue, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Main title
Sherlock Holmes
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Audio Editions mystery masters
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3 tales of intrigue
Sherlock Holmes is the best-known of all fictional detectives. Drawing on his encyclopedic knowledge of crime, and with assistance from Dr. Watson, Holmes' powers of observation and deduction are without equal. Watson, the master storyteller of these mysteries, evokes the rich atmosphere of Victorian London and a sense of excitement. In "The crooked man," a long lost love returns, horribly changed, revealing awful treachery that has been kept secret for decades. In "The Greek interpreter," Sherlock Holmes' brother, Mycroft, leads Holmes and Watson to a hideous murder and the betrayal of a foreign heiress. In "The naval treaty," an innocent man's honor, position, and health are at stake when a treaty of utmost importance is stolen from his office
Table Of Contents
The crooked man -- The Greek interpreter -- The naval treaty
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