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2015 DELUXE EDITION - 72 WORKS Congratulations, you hold in your hands the definitive volume for every Sherlock Holmes and Detective Fiction enthusiast elegantly formatted for ease of use and enjoyment on your e-reader device. This 2015 Deluxe Edition is a NEW COMPLETE & EXTENDED collection of 56 Sherlock Holmes stories and 4 novels, plus 6 mystery stories, 6 terror sto 2015 DELUXE EDITION - 72 WORKS Congratulations, you hold in your hands the definitive volume for every Sherlock Holmes and Detective Fiction enthusiast elegantly formatted for ease of use and enjoyment on your e-reader device. This 2015 Deluxe Edition is a NEW COMPLETE & EXTENDED collection of 56 Sherlock Holmes stories and 4 novels, plus 6 mystery stories, 6 terror stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for a total of 72 works! Sherlock Holmes - A Study In Scarlet - The Sign Of The Four - The Valley Of Fear - His Last Bow - The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes - The Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes - The Return Of Sherlock Holmes - The Hound Of The Baskervilles - The Casebook Of Sherlock Holmes Tales Of Terror And Mystery (12 stories) —PLUS— The 6 Edgar Allan Poe's Detective Tales That Inspired Sherlock Holmes Adventures! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was to say that Poe "was a model for all time" for Sherlock Holmes. Besides his several contributions to literature Edgar Allan Poe also invented the detective fiction with six of his short stories (all included in this volume) where for the first time he introduced several concepts (years later popularized by Sherlock Holmes' success) such as the notion that the detective story must play fair with the reader, the detective character outwitting the official police force, the so called "catalogue of minutia", interviewing the witnesses, the idea of hiding something in plain sight, the scattering of false clues by the criminal and also the notion of "ratiocination", later called "observation and deduction" by Sherlock Holmes. - The Murders in the Rue Morgue - The Mystery of Marie Roget - The Purloined Letter - The Gold Bug - Thou Art the Man - The Man of the Crowd For a complete collection of works by Edgar Allan Poe see our special edition: Edgar Allan Poe Complete & Illustrated (link inside this book or visit http://www.owlclassics.com?read=poe) —EXTRAS— Unmissable resources for every Sherlock Holmes enthusiast: - Filmography of Sherlock Holmes - 10 Links to Free Audiobooks —BONUSES— - Dracula by Bram Stoker (Preview) - The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Preview) - Voucher (1 of 3) to redeem your 6 free ebooks from our website! Thank you for choosing this Owl Classics edition today. Open the book and let the adventure begin!


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2015 DELUXE EDITION - 72 WORKS Congratulations, you hold in your hands the definitive volume for every Sherlock Holmes and Detective Fiction enthusiast elegantly formatted for ease of use and enjoyment on your e-reader device. This 2015 Deluxe Edition is a NEW COMPLETE & EXTENDED collection of 56 Sherlock Holmes stories and 4 novels, plus 6 mystery stories, 6 terror sto 2015 DELUXE EDITION - 72 WORKS Congratulations, you hold in your hands the definitive volume for every Sherlock Holmes and Detective Fiction enthusiast elegantly formatted for ease of use and enjoyment on your e-reader device. This 2015 Deluxe Edition is a NEW COMPLETE & EXTENDED collection of 56 Sherlock Holmes stories and 4 novels, plus 6 mystery stories, 6 terror stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for a total of 72 works! Sherlock Holmes - A Study In Scarlet - The Sign Of The Four - The Valley Of Fear - His Last Bow - The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes - The Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes - The Return Of Sherlock Holmes - The Hound Of The Baskervilles - The Casebook Of Sherlock Holmes Tales Of Terror And Mystery (12 stories) —PLUS— The 6 Edgar Allan Poe's Detective Tales That Inspired Sherlock Holmes Adventures! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was to say that Poe "was a model for all time" for Sherlock Holmes. Besides his several contributions to literature Edgar Allan Poe also invented the detective fiction with six of his short stories (all included in this volume) where for the first time he introduced several concepts (years later popularized by Sherlock Holmes' success) such as the notion that the detective story must play fair with the reader, the detective character outwitting the official police force, the so called "catalogue of minutia", interviewing the witnesses, the idea of hiding something in plain sight, the scattering of false clues by the criminal and also the notion of "ratiocination", later called "observation and deduction" by Sherlock Holmes. - The Murders in the Rue Morgue - The Mystery of Marie Roget - The Purloined Letter - The Gold Bug - Thou Art the Man - The Man of the Crowd For a complete collection of works by Edgar Allan Poe see our special edition: Edgar Allan Poe Complete & Illustrated (link inside this book or visit http://www.owlclassics.com?read=poe) —EXTRAS— Unmissable resources for every Sherlock Holmes enthusiast: - Filmography of Sherlock Holmes - 10 Links to Free Audiobooks —BONUSES— - Dracula by Bram Stoker (Preview) - The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Preview) - Voucher (1 of 3) to redeem your 6 free ebooks from our website! Thank you for choosing this Owl Classics edition today. Open the book and let the adventure begin!

30 review for Sherlock Holmes Complete Collection 72 Works: New 2015 Deluxe Edition, 10 Audiobook Links, Voucher, Filmography, 72 Sherlock Holmes & Other Stories and ... by A. C. Doyle, 6 Edgar Allan Poe Stories

  1. 5 out of 5

    Caz (littlebookowl)

    Rating: 3.5-3.75 stars?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beata

    Ten stars would be too few for A C Doyle in the interpretation of Stephen Fry ... two Masters meet ..... and give delight to readers ......

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gio Listmaker

    Stephen Fry Narrates Sherlock Holmes The Characters Come To Life The Different Voices Are Amazing Highly Recommend Stephen Fry Narrates Sherlock Holmes The Characters Come To Life The Different Voices Are Amazing Highly Recommend

  4. 5 out of 5

    Katerina

    Amazing narration of (mostly) amazing stories. This is a great listen and a splendid investment of one 15-dollar Audible credit:) It's wonderful to get to reread Sherlock Holmes mysteries for the first time since secondary school and to find them still gripping and cool. Also, Fry's prefaces to each volume is a delight. Amazing narration of (mostly) amazing stories. This is a great listen and a splendid investment of one 15-dollar Audible credit:) It's wonderful to get to reread Sherlock Holmes mysteries for the first time since secondary school and to find them still gripping and cool. Also, Fry's prefaces to each volume is a delight.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michael Perkins

    I've read these stories many times over the years. My first versions, which I bought in the 70's, were a set of paperbacks as a boxed set. Often I would take one of the paperbacks along to keep me company and entertain while in waiting rooms or at a hotel for a night. Eventually the paperback pages grew yellow and began to crumble, but I still have them. I do not usually read mysteries or thrillers, I prefer film or TV depictions, but Holmes has always been an exception. Stephen Fry is the perfe I've read these stories many times over the years. My first versions, which I bought in the 70's, were a set of paperbacks as a boxed set. Often I would take one of the paperbacks along to keep me company and entertain while in waiting rooms or at a hotel for a night. Eventually the paperback pages grew yellow and began to crumble, but I still have them. I do not usually read mysteries or thrillers, I prefer film or TV depictions, but Holmes has always been an exception. Stephen Fry is the perfect narrator and, as an accomplished writer in his own right, he has written lucid and informative introductions that he engagingly reads aloud as part of this package. I am new to audiobooks. There is a certain point in the evenings where my eyes tire and I have no interest in watching TV, so these audiobooks keep me company in the watches of the night. I also take them to bed where they help me drop off to sleep. I know the stories so well that I don't have to worry that I will miss anything important. As with audiobooks of Huckleberry Finn and Alice in Wonderland, I've learned to appreciate the Holmes stories in a new way. Though there is the classic dynamic of Holmes & Watson, Doyle's style is not the least bit formulaic. His is the perfect narrative voice for the short story. And it has made me realize why all attempts at imitation of Doyle have inevitably failed. Doyle was an entirely unique and gripping storyteller that one can go back to again and again. ---------- "We must begin in Baker Street; and best of all, if possible, let it be a stormy winter morning when Holmes routs Watson out of bed in haste. The doctor wakes to see that tall, ascetic figure by the bedside with a candle. "Come, Watson, come! The game is afoot!" (Christopher Morley)

  6. 4 out of 5

    BrokenTune

    Simply the best! (Except if you are listening to the US version of the Audible audiobook which, at the time of writing, is missing the final book in the Holmes canon...because of copyright reasons, apparently.)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Auntie Terror

    What can I say? This was brilliant. [Prtf]

  8. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Rose

    How does one review the complete anthology of Sherlock Holmes adventures? These classical works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are such a huge part of contemporary literature that I find it difficult to convey my thoughts suitably. Nevertheless, as some who had never read Sherlock Holmes before, Sherlock Holmes: The Definitive Collection was an amazing introduction; Stephen Fry did a brilliant job of immersing the reader in each of the adventures. As such, I believe that with 72 hours of Sherlockian How does one review the complete anthology of Sherlock Holmes adventures? These classical works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are such a huge part of contemporary literature that I find it difficult to convey my thoughts suitably. Nevertheless, as some who had never read Sherlock Holmes before, Sherlock Holmes: The Definitive Collection was an amazing introduction; Stephen Fry did a brilliant job of immersing the reader in each of the adventures. As such, I believe that with 72 hours of Sherlockian magic, it goes without saying that this definitive collection is well worth a monthly credit. Although, if I am honest, I much preferred the short stories to the full-blown novels. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this book to my fellow audio lovers.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    Between fact and fiction is a space where legend dwells. It is where Holmes and Watson will always live. ~ Stephen Fry Almost 72 glorious hours spent listening to the wonderful Stephen Fry bring Holmes and Watson to life can hardly be considered a waste of time. His love for these stories is so palpable, it makes even the most boring case a delight to listen to! I also really loved his personal introductions which sometimes explained the role Holmes has played in his own life, or philosophized o Between fact and fiction is a space where legend dwells. It is where Holmes and Watson will always live. ~ Stephen Fry Almost 72 glorious hours spent listening to the wonderful Stephen Fry bring Holmes and Watson to life can hardly be considered a waste of time. His love for these stories is so palpable, it makes even the most boring case a delight to listen to! I also really loved his personal introductions which sometimes explained the role Holmes has played in his own life, or philosophized on the impact Holmes and Watson have had on our culture and why we are so fascinated by them.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah-Grace (Azrael865)

    I had read the complete Sherlock Holmes a couple times. First time when I was 12 year old, that was my summer vacation. Listening to Stephen Fry narrate made it exciting and new again for me. Also it is awesome that I saw the movie he was in as Mycroft.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    I just love Sherlock Holmes and it was great to be able to set back and listen to Stephen Fry reading these stories and also given us some interesting information about the tales and Arthur Conan Doyle own private thoughts

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Beaumont

    It's not quite complete (the "Casebook" is omitted), but this is the best and liveliest narration of the Sherlock Holmes stories and novels I've ever heard. Stephen Fry does a brilliant job of it, and his introductions are fascinating. It's not quite complete (the "Casebook" is omitted), but this is the best and liveliest narration of the Sherlock Holmes stories and novels I've ever heard. Stephen Fry does a brilliant job of it, and his introductions are fascinating.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rachel England-Brassy

    A wonderful experience, despite the attitude towards women being of it's time and the stories also have overtures of racism too. Despite all that I still love them all. A wonderful experience, despite the attitude towards women being of it's time and the stories also have overtures of racism too. Despite all that I still love them all.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tara♥ {MindforBooks}

    Absolutely wonderful. Stephen Fry does an amazing job narrating this and his introductions to each book were a joy. I honestly think that this is a collection that everyone who loves audio books should consider adding to their library. I will add the disclaimer that I adore Stephen Fry though and would likely be happy with him reading the phone book. This however is not the phone book. It is the enigmatic Holmes and his Watson. I had some issues with various cases, mostly the sexism and racism t Absolutely wonderful. Stephen Fry does an amazing job narrating this and his introductions to each book were a joy. I honestly think that this is a collection that everyone who loves audio books should consider adding to their library. I will add the disclaimer that I adore Stephen Fry though and would likely be happy with him reading the phone book. This however is not the phone book. It is the enigmatic Holmes and his Watson. I had some issues with various cases, mostly the sexism and racism that belonged to the time. I was also sad to see the Holmes of the earlier works becoming more and more aggressive and uncooperative. It is very easy to see that the creator had grown tired of his creation. Overall though I really enjoyed this collection and I find I'm going to miss the man himself. Part 1 Chapter 1: Opening Credits and Introduction to A Study in Scarlet Chapters 2-15: A Study in Scarlet Chapter 16: Introduction to The Sign of Four Chapters 17-21: The Sign of Four, Part 1 6hrs 34mins Part 2 Chapters 1-7: The Sign of Four, Part 2 Chapter 8: Introduction to The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Chapters 9-21: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Part 1 13hrs 20mins Part 3 Chapter 1: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Part 2 Chapter 2: Introduction to The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Chapters 3-14: The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Chapter 15: Introduction to The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapters 16-21: The Hound of the Baskervilles, Part 1 13hrs 30mins Part 4 Chapters 1-9: The Hound of the Baskervilles, Part 2 Halfway point. Chapter 10: Introduction to The Return of Sherlock Holmes Chapters 11-21: The Return of Sherlock Holmes, Part 1 14hrs 7mins Part 5 Chapters 1-2: The Return of Sherlock Holmes, Part 2 Chapter 3: Introduction to The Valley of Fear Chapters 4-18: The Valley of Fear Chapter 19: Introduction to His Last Bow Chapters 20-21: His Last Bow, Part 1 9hrs 15mins Part 6 Chapters 1-7: His Last Bow, Part 2 Chapter 8: Introduction to The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes Chapters 9-20: The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes and Closing Credits 15hrs 8mins

  15. 4 out of 5

    A.M.

    2435 pages or in audio book, 71 hrs 58 mins. Let’s call it 72 hours. All four novels and five short story collections. A Study in Scarlet The Sign of Four The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes The Hound of the Baskervilles The Return of Sherlock Holmes The Valley of Fear His Last Bow The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes It even includes the only work written in third person pov [it was originally a stage play]. It is very odd to have things happening without Dr Watson there to descri 2435 pages or in audio book, 71 hrs 58 mins. Let’s call it 72 hours. All four novels and five short story collections. A Study in Scarlet The Sign of Four The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes The Hound of the Baskervilles The Return of Sherlock Holmes The Valley of Fear His Last Bow The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes It even includes the only work written in third person pov [it was originally a stage play]. It is very odd to have things happening without Dr Watson there to describe them to us. And another two that Holmes himself narrates for us: The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier and The Adventure of the Lion's Mane. In the Valley of Fear, Doyle writes what is basically an undercover cop story. Is it one of the first? The last set of stories from the Casebook, contain a few of the more unfamiliar elements: Holmes’ love of Turkish baths, the ‘come at once’ note, a bit more of his overt racism, and Sussex vampires. Ikr? [no… story brain] Racism is, sadly, a flavour of the time. I swear that volume has some of the better lines, as well. Some of the story ideas repeat but it is a set of work that had a real affect on the world. Changing police procedures, and generating Detective stories for all worlds and genres. The modern English police computer is called HOLMES. Of course it is. I love the way that often the servants know exactly what’s going on, but no one bothered to ask them. 72 hours is a lot of walking. But truthfully, it’s going very quickly. Fry is a brilliant narrator. I adored these books when I was a child and still have my hardback collection. I even covered them in clear plastic during my ‘I want to be a librarian’ phase. Yes, I wanted to be a librarian and an opera singer, as I recall. Weird kid. Damn, Fry - I’m walking 9km a day! In one story, The adventure of the Abbey Grange, he not only nails an Australian accent, he nails a SOUTH Australian accent. They’re different. He talks at length before each volume on how Holmes affected his own life. And I learned some things about Doyle as well. I did not know he was obsessed with magic and unexplained phenomena. It strikes me as most amusing that Doyle gave us the most clear headed and logical character; one who was so completely at odds with his own nature. Sadly, he was fleeced by such people. 5 stars

  16. 4 out of 5

    Bart

    Sherlock Holmes stories are remarkable, and with Stephen Fry as narrator, it's a magical story! Sherlock Holmes stories are remarkable, and with Stephen Fry as narrator, it's a magical story!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marek Canavan

    All of the Sherlock Holmes stories tally up to about 70 hours of content (maybe a bit less with upping the speed :p ) and the whole experience was so enjoyable. I definitely preferred the novels to the short stories, simply for the fact that much more background and character development can occur. The characters of Sherlock and Watson and the writing of Conan Doyle is so strong that I was as invested in the characters and plot in the first story and the last. However, I would've liked some more All of the Sherlock Holmes stories tally up to about 70 hours of content (maybe a bit less with upping the speed :p ) and the whole experience was so enjoyable. I definitely preferred the novels to the short stories, simply for the fact that much more background and character development can occur. The characters of Sherlock and Watson and the writing of Conan Doyle is so strong that I was as invested in the characters and plot in the first story and the last. However, I would've liked some more character development, especially for Watson as the series progressed but you have to respect that the mystery was always the heart of the story. And an incredible credit has to go to Stephen Fry for his narration. I can't even imagine how many characters there were across the 50+ stories and he managed to do a unique voice for each one and across the 70 hours I never felt like any were lacking. He really brought the stories and characters to life, and his forewords were always interesting and informative.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ms K

    In basically a month, I listened to all 70 hours of Stephen Fry’s reading of every Sherlock Holmes story ever published. There could be no better reader for this than Stephen Fry, and his introductions to the different collections contributed to my appreciation of the cultural significance of these tales. I have subsequently watched a few episodes of Sherlock and being able to spot the references and Easter eggs is quite satisfying. I didn’t really feel like the promised development of Holmes as In basically a month, I listened to all 70 hours of Stephen Fry’s reading of every Sherlock Holmes story ever published. There could be no better reader for this than Stephen Fry, and his introductions to the different collections contributed to my appreciation of the cultural significance of these tales. I have subsequently watched a few episodes of Sherlock and being able to spot the references and Easter eggs is quite satisfying. I didn’t really feel like the promised development of Holmes as a complex character was ever fully realised though. Overall the characters are pretty flat and the stories very formulaic. I did happen to attend a murder mystery role play party two weeks ago, and thanks to the fact that I was utterly immersed in Holmes at the time, solving the singular mystery of the death of Roy O’ Leary was simplicity itself.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Deanna

    Sherlock Holmes is reliably good-not-great for me, and still worth the occasional nostalgic re-read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Muphyn

    This will take some time... 72 hours of Sherlock Holmes, phew. I expect that I'll have listened to most of these previously but Stephen Fry narrates them so deliciously and these stories never seem to get old that it'll be hours of audio fun. :) Wow, I've done it! 2 1/2 months and 73 hours later, I've listened to EVERY SINGLE SHERLOCK HOLMES story ever published! They are all deliciously ingenious, some more than others but it's amazing how 100 years later, they are still captivating and withstand This will take some time... 72 hours of Sherlock Holmes, phew. I expect that I'll have listened to most of these previously but Stephen Fry narrates them so deliciously and these stories never seem to get old that it'll be hours of audio fun. :) Wow, I've done it! 2 1/2 months and 73 hours later, I've listened to EVERY SINGLE SHERLOCK HOLMES story ever published! They are all deliciously ingenious, some more than others but it's amazing how 100 years later, they are still captivating and withstand the test of time. Of course, there are plenty of patriarchal ideas, some outdated stereotypes around femininity and such but the characters are incredibly resilient and entertain the reader/listener nonetheless. And Stephen Fry is an absolute delight to listen to. Half the time you forget that it's only one person creating all the different voices and characters. The introductions to each Sherlock Holmes volume is a nice touch, enjoyed that. * A Study in Scarlet ★★★★☆ * The Sign of Four ★★★★☆ * The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - A Scandal in Bohemia ★★★★☆ - The Adventure of the Red-Headed League ★★★☆☆ - A Case of Identity ★★★☆☆ - The Boscombe Valley Mystery ★★★★☆ - Five Orange Pips ★★★☆☆ - The Man with the Twisted Lip ★★★★☆ - The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle ★★★★☆ - The Adventure of the Speckled Band ★★★☆☆ - The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb ★★★☆☆ - The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor ★★★★☆ - The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet ★★★☆☆ - The Adventure of the Copper Beeches ★★★★☆ * The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jazzy Lemon

    Brilliant read, Stephen does all the accents and makes the stories such a pleasure !

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nancie Lafferty

    Masterful narration by Stephen Fry of a timeless set of detective stories. Thanks Audible for producing this wonderful experience - and free, even!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cloak88

    This here is a true literary classic! The Sherlock Holmes collection of novels and short stories is in it's entirety, a work of art. This massive audio-collection of 72 hours includes all of Holmes's stories, and a true delight to listen to. Especially so because of the added context and flare given by narrator Stephen Fry (who in his own right is a SH fan). In short this is an almost mandatory example of quality literature for any old school detective stories. Ps. As a side note I would like to a This here is a true literary classic! The Sherlock Holmes collection of novels and short stories is in it's entirety, a work of art. This massive audio-collection of 72 hours includes all of Holmes's stories, and a true delight to listen to. Especially so because of the added context and flare given by narrator Stephen Fry (who in his own right is a SH fan). In short this is an almost mandatory example of quality literature for any old school detective stories. Ps. As a side note I would like to add that, in all I was surprised by how modern the language use was in this novel. Even though it was written well over a century ago, I had no problems following everything that happened.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bob Baen

    These Sherlock Holmes stories are timeless and Stephen Fry is a great narrator. This is a large collection of separate stories that can be read one or more at a time without losing continuity. Fans of Sherlock Holmes and Stephen Fry should enjoy hearing these stories.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kiesha ~ 1Cheekylass

    I am totally in love with this collection. It's taken me 3 decades to finally appreciate the GENIUS of Sherlock Holmes and my Dear Watson. There are so many great stories in this collection. I think A Study in Scarlett was my favorite but many other short stories were equally as brilliant. I'm totally hooked, so much so that I'm considering STARTING the series again. This was 70+ hours of bliss! Highly recommended for anyone who loves Mysteries. Stephen Fry's narration was UTTERLY brilliant. I wis I am totally in love with this collection. It's taken me 3 decades to finally appreciate the GENIUS of Sherlock Holmes and my Dear Watson. There are so many great stories in this collection. I think A Study in Scarlett was my favorite but many other short stories were equally as brilliant. I'm totally hooked, so much so that I'm considering STARTING the series again. This was 70+ hours of bliss! Highly recommended for anyone who loves Mysteries. Stephen Fry's narration was UTTERLY brilliant. I wish that I could give this 10 stars! This will go in my favorites pile, top 10 easily.

  26. 5 out of 5

    AVN

    Stephen Fry’s narration is incredible as he manages to give every character no matter their importance a highly coloured personality from Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic books. Truly a joy to listen to and so engaging!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    I always wanted to read the Sherlock Holmes books but I'm glad I waited for this set. This single title contains all the novels as well as 4 of the 5 short stories (I don't know why they left out the case-book) and its delivered spectacularly by Stephen Fry. I'm only through the first book and partially into the second but I feel safe to say that giving the entire collection 5 stars at this point is a no-brainer. Best part is, you can own it for free is you sign up for a 30-day membership to Audibl I always wanted to read the Sherlock Holmes books but I'm glad I waited for this set. This single title contains all the novels as well as 4 of the 5 short stories (I don't know why they left out the case-book) and its delivered spectacularly by Stephen Fry. I'm only through the first book and partially into the second but I feel safe to say that giving the entire collection 5 stars at this point is a no-brainer. Best part is, you can own it for free is you sign up for a 30-day membership to Audible (or use a single credit in lieu of the $50+ price tag).

  28. 5 out of 5

    Deborah

    Sublime. Having all of Sherlock's adventures in one place is awesome enough, but Stephen Fry does a masterful job of bringing the audio version to life. At times I felt as if I was watching the stories unfurl, not listening. Highly recommended for those new to -and familiar with - the Conan Doyle masterpiece. Sublime. Having all of Sherlock's adventures in one place is awesome enough, but Stephen Fry does a masterful job of bringing the audio version to life. At times I felt as if I was watching the stories unfurl, not listening. Highly recommended for those new to -and familiar with - the Conan Doyle masterpiece.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alex ♈

    One of my 1st authors, who made me love reading. It's a classic, it's a literature. So, why not to reread it for 175th time? 😉 66 stories, it will be marked as read at least 10 times 😎👩🏻‍🎓 One of my 1st authors, who made me love reading. It's a classic, it's a literature. So, why not to reread it for 175th time? 😉 66 stories, it will be marked as read at least 10 times 😎👩🏻‍🎓

  30. 5 out of 5

    Erik Warming

    All of Sherlock Holmes - 72 hours with Steven Fry. Loved it! But I did cheat a bit, taking breaks with others books, as this is a heavy meal to go through in one sitting.

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