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Doyle, A.C.: The Return of Sherlock Holmes, I-III (Unabridged)




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The thirteen stories in this entertaining set chart the activities of the world's greatest private detective from his sudden re-appearance after his supposed...

Disc 1


    The Adventure of the Norwood Builder (more info)
  1. The Adventure of the Norwood Builder - 3:07
  2. Mr Sherlock Holmes was leaning back - 3:54
  3. I looked with interest upon this man - 3:57
  4. Sherlock Holmes listened with closed eyes - 2:49


  5. The Adventure of the Empty House (more info)
  6. The Adventure of the Empty House - 3:09
  7. All day as I drove upon my round - 3:43
  8. A minute examination of the circumstances - 3:42
  9. I had not been in my study five minutes - 3:10
  10. He sat opposite to me - 3:01
  11. It came about in this way - 3:13
  12. A confederate - 4:49
  13. It was indeed like old times - 3:45
  14. I crept forward and looked across - 4:10
  15. At last, as midnight approached - 3:03
  16. He passed close beside us - 4:56
  17. I have not introduced you yet - 3:56
  18. Our old chambers had been left unchanged - 3:08
  19. He turned over the pages - 3:28
  20. When we were in Switzerland - 4:24

Disc 2


    The Adventure of the Norwood Builder (more info)
  1. I must explain first - 3:12
  2. I was shown by this woman - 5:02
  3. It strikes me, my good Lestrade - 3:59
  4. It was late when my friend returned - 3:12
  5. Well I tried one or two leads - 3:03
  6. Finally, having drawn every other cover and picked up no scent - 4:04
  7. I do not know how far - 2:48
  8. He led us through the passage - 3:16
  9. Lestrade looked at Holmes - 3:40
  10. Five minutes later - 3:12
  11. 'What's this then?' - 3:09
  12. The thumb mark, Lestrade - 3:22
  13. It was a masterpiece of villainy - 2:56


  14. The Adventure of the Six Napoleons (more info)
  15. The Adventure of the Six Napoleons - 3:41
  16. The second case, however, was more serious - 3:03
  17. There are no limits to the possibilities of monomania - 2:24
  18. In half an hour - 3:11
  19. I was sitting in my den - 3:56
  20. The spot where the fragments - 4:45
  21. Sherlock Holmes and I - 2:41
  22. In rapid succession we passed through the fringe - 3:58

Disc 3


    The Adventure of the Three Students (more info)
  1. The Adventure of the Three Students - 3:10
  2. I must explain to you - 3:06
  3. Bannister was very much upset - 3:40
  4. The sitting-room of our client - 3:40
  5. Mr Soames was somewhat overwhelmed - 3:27
  6. Surely there is another alternative - 3:08
  7. 'I understand' said Holmes - 3:23
  8. No names please - 5:29
  9. Holmes made no further allusion - 2:59
  10. Bannister entered - 3:06
  11. For a moment Gilchrist, with upraised hand - 4:51
  12. Have I told the truth - 3:52


  13. The Adventure of the Six Napoleons (more info)
  14. The afternoon was far advanced - 3:06
  15. Sure enough, when we reached Baker Street - 5:08
  16. A four-wheeler was at the door - 3:27
  17. He had just completed his examination - 2:16
  18. When we met again - 3:35
  19. When our visitor had disappeared - 2:52
  20. Now you clearly see - 5:15

Disc 4


    The Adventure of the Dancing Men (more info)
  1. The Adventure of the Dancing Men - 4:10
  2. A heavy step was heard upon the stairs - 3:54
  3. Well, we have been married now for a year - 4:51
  4. The interview left Sherlock Holmes very thoughtful - 4:34
  5. Suddenly, as she spoke - 6:11
  6. So indeed, it proved - 4:43
  7. Inspector Martin had the good sense to allow my friend - 4:13
  8. The study proved to be a small chamber - 4:50
  9. A flower-bed extended up to the study window - 4:11
  10. I think that I can help you to pass an hour - 4:33
  11. Even now I was in considerable difficulty - 4:02
  12. It is a privilege to be associated with you in the handling of a case - 4:43
  13. If Elsie dies, I care for nothing what becomes of me - 4:27
  14. A cab had driven up whilst the American had been talking - 2:24


  15. The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist (more info)
  16. The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist - 4:01
  17. My friend took the lady's ungloved hand - 4:23
  18. The first flaw in my happiness - 4:00
  19. Holmes chuckled and rubbed his hands - 4:19

Disc 5


    The Adventure of the Priory School (more info)
  1. The Adventure of the Priory School - 3:53
  2. Holmes shot out his long, thin arm - 4:18
  3. His absence was discovered at seven o'clock - 4:22
  4. Well, now, you do not mean to seriously suggest - 3:29
  5. That evening found us in the cold - 4:35
  6. One more question, your Grace - 4:16
  7. There is an inn here, the Red Bull - 4:03
  8. The day was just breaking - 4:53
  9. We continued our systematic survey - 4:17
  10. Now Watson, said he - 3:41
  11. As we approached the forbidding and squalid inn - 3:20


  12. The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist (more info)
  13. We had ascertained from the lady - 4:20
  14. Mr. Sherlock Holmes listened with attention - 3:49
  15. I found that country pub - 4:45
  16. A rainy night had been followed by a glorious morning, ... - 4:31
  17. It was a young fellow about seventeen - 4:34
  18. The strong, masterful personality of Holmes - 4:03
  19. Your reverence need not be excited - 6:26

Disc 6


    The Adventure of the Priory School (more info)
  1. When we were left alone in the stone-flagged kitchen - 4:46
  2. We did not go very far along the road - 4:35
  3. At eleven o'clock next morning - 4:10
  4. His Grace sat very stern and upright in his chair - 4:00
  5. I appreciate your conduct in coming here - 4:00
  6. The fellow was a rascal from the beginning - 4:50
  7. In the first place, your Grace - 5:13


  8. The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton (more info)
  9. The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton - 4:18
  10. I had seldom heard my friend speak with such intensity of feeling - 4:00
  11. Milverton chuckled - 2:56
  12. Now, you remember the sudden end of the engagement - 3:50
  13. For some days Holmes came and went at all hours - 3:09
  14. Exactly - 3:43
  15. It's a business that needs delicate treatment - 4:17
  16. No sound came from within - 4:15
  17. It was evident that we had entirely miscalculated his movements - 4:14
  18. The woman, without a word, had raised her veil - 5:30
  19. We had breakfasted and were smoking our morning pipe - 4:52

Disc 7


    The Adventure of Black Peter (more info)
  1. The Adventure of Black Peter - 4:10
  2. Our visitor was an exceedingly alert man… - 3:56
  3. ‘You must have read in the account…’ - 4:25
  4. The young inspector winced… - 6:08
  5. Alighting at the small wayside station… - 4:08
  6. It was past eleven o’clock… - 3:55
  7. The man pulled himself together… - 6:01
  8. ‘Well, Watson, what do you think of it?’ - 5:03
  9. There had been some talking in gruff voices… - 4:17
  10. ‘It’s soon told…’ - 3:51
  11. ‘Now I’ll tell you the queerest part…’ - 4:13


  12. The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez (more info)
  13. The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez - 3:53
  14. When the light of the hall lamp… - 4:43
  15. ‘Now I will give you the evidence of Susan Tarlton…’ - 3:44
  16. He unfolded the rough chart… - 4:13
  17. Sherlock Holmes took the glasses… - 4:40

Disc 8


    The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter (more info)
  1. The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter - 4:07
  2. My friend had listened with amused surprise… - 5:54
  3. Sherlock Holmes was a past-master… - 4:24
  4. There were a number of letters… - 4:40
  5. There was a telegraph-office… - 4:20
  6. It was already dark… - 4:04
  7. Holmes replaced the bill in his notebook - 3:51
  8. ‘Could you not follow it?’ - 6:38


  9. The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez (more info)
  10. The gale had blown itself out next day… - 4:32
  11. ‘Now we are making a little progress.’ - 4:22
  12. Holmes was pacing up and down… - 3:58
  13. Holmes was curiously distrait… - 3:48
  14. The old man had just finished his lunch… - 4:49
  15. I saw the old man throw up his arms… - 4:47
  16. The old man reached out a trembling hand… - 4:59
  17. She tore from the bosom of her dress… - 4:04

Disc 9


    The Adventure of the Abbey Grange (more info)
  1. The Adventure of the Abbey Grange - 4:12
  2. A drive of a couple of miles… - 4:54
  3. At last she continued… - 5:11
  4. The keen interest had passed… - 4:12
  5. Holmes was down on his knees… - 5:21
  6. During our return journey… - 5:21
  7. The household at the Abbey Grange… - 4:06
  8. She was an interesting person… - 4:25
  9. Holmes’s card sent in to the manager… - 2:37
  10. Before evening, we had a visit… - 3:55
  11. There was a sound upon the stairs… - 4:06
  12. ‘Well, I never thought to see her again…’ - 6:51


  13. The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter (more info)
  14. I was horrified by my first glimpse of Holmes… - 4:08
  15. There could be no doubt… - 3:44
  16. Dr Armstrong took a quick step forward… - 3:11

Disc 10


    The Adventure of the Second Stain (more info)
  1. The Adventure of the Second Stain - 4:43
  2. ‘That can be done in a very few words…’ - 4:21
  3. Sherlock Holmes rose with a smile - 4:34
  4. Holmes shook his head mournfully - 3:19
  5. When our illustrious visitors had departed… - 5:09
  6. Mrs Hudson had appeared with a lady’s card… - 4:05
  7. ‘One more question, Mr Holmes.’ - 3:05
  8. All that day and the next… - 5:32
  9. ‘What do you think of that, Holmes?’ - 4:03
  10. ‘What is it, then?’ - 4:09
  11. The big constable, very hot and penitent… - 4:28
  12. When we arrived at the residence… - 4:12
  13. The butler had hardly closed the door… - 4:06
  14. ‘What happened there, madam?’ - 3:02
  15. The Prime Minister’s manner was subdued… - 4:24

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Product Details
 
Label: Naxos Audio Books
UPC: 730099039826
Item Number: NAX39812
Release Date: Apr 1, 2006

 
 
 
 
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