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Publisher's Summary

Follow wild cases of snowmen, dragons, and ghosts…loot, letters, and lyricism…revenge, curses, and clues. Here are 19 engrossing all-new dilemmas of deduction for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes. 

Produced with meticulous attention to detail by Seattle radio great Jim French, these modern radio productions are rich with classic radio flavor. John Patrick Lowrie stars as Holmes with Lawrence Albert as Watson in puzzles featuring persons both powerful and petty. Listen in as they drop mysteries at the doorstep of 221B Baker street…from the invisible…to the improbable…to the elementary.

Episodes Include: Stroke of Justice 03-19-2006; The Adventure of the Invisible Hand 04-23-2006; The Case of the Remarkable Worm 06-18-2006; The Inspector of Graves 07-16-2006; The Highlander's Letter 09-24-2006; The Hudson Problem 10-22-2006; The Dragon of Lea Lane 12-31-2006; Murder at the Lyceum 01-28-2007; The Tollington Ghost 04-01-2007; The Revenge of Ansceni 05-27-2007; The Gastein Symphony 07-29-2007; The Adventure of the Venomous Lizard 08-19-2007; The Curse of the Third Sign 11-25-2007; The Adventure Of The Improbable Snowman 12-23-2007; The Adventure Of The Petty Curses 02-24-2008; How Watson Learned The Trick 04-20-2009; The Singular Affair Of The Holden Necklace 07-27-2008; The Lady Sannox Investigation 09-28-2008; The Two Watsons 10-19-2008

©2008 Jim French Productions. All rights reserved. For home use only. Unauthorized distribution prohibited (P)2020 Jim French Productions. All rights reserved. For home use only. Unauthorized distribution prohibited

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Another Perfect set of Stories!
Only problem is Chapter 17 is not the greatest quality.

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Classic Radio replicated and improved

Holmes and Watson half hour stories ran on American and BBC radio weekly for 3 decades. Many featured Nigel Bruce as a buffoonish Watson introducing the episodes as reminiscences. Later and better episodes ran truer to the ACD intention with Watson as a useful sidekick. True AC Doyle stories ran out so many more Sherlock dramas were invented with variable quality.
Jim French wrote many more stories and presents them very much like the later American and BBC dramas. The 2 main actors are superb. The other actors and the storylines are variable in quality. While there is much improvement in production quality, sound effects are greatly lacking.

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  • Jack G.
  • 06-27-21

Trying too hard to be British

The stories are good in themselves. The accents and phrasing of the English and Scottish characters were a little all over the place though. I ended up concentrating on the actors accents more than the story.

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  • Bartholomew
  • 11-14-21

Odd but enjoyable

The stories the atmosphere and acting are excellent, the lack of UK English and mispronunciation of places, and wrong (American) emphasis on certain syllables began to wear me down! Always worth a listen, but a shame it couldn’t have been performed by genuinely English-speaking cast members. They sometimes sound like Dick Van-Dyke in Mary Poppins, which is horrific to say the least! Pronouncing Southwark in London as South Wark (instead of Suthick), had me rolling on the floor in stitches. 😂
Yet I love the vibe they have and the genuine warmth and respect for Conan Doyle, hence the four stars…