Classic Crime Short Stories

Classic Crime Short Stories

Audiobook CD - 2009
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In "The Dying Detective," Sherlock Holmes comes close to death, or so his long-suffering colleague, Dr. Watson, thinks. In "The Assassins' Club," a murder occurs at a dinner table full of crime novelists. "The Case of the Tragedies of the Greek Room" features eccentric detective Morris Klaw trying to solve an especially perplexing locked-room mystery. This classic collection, read by Edward Hardwicke, the original Dr. Watson in the classic TV series, brings together the cream of the crop in detective fiction.
Publisher: London : CSA Telltapes, p2009
ISBN: 9781934997178
193499717X
Branch Call Number: FBCD FIC Class 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 4 sound discs (5 hr.) :,digital ;,12 cm., in container
Additional Contributors: Malahide, Patrick
Shepherd, Jack 1940-

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DanniOcean Jun 16, 2009

Classic Crime Short Stories contains ten tales of the criminal element from authors like Margery Allingham (she of the Albert Campion series), G.K. Chesterton (Father Brown’s author) and Ruth Rendell (Inspector Wexford’s creator). They are read by veteran British actors Patrick Malahide (Law & Order UK, Poirot), and Jack Shepherd (Silent Witness, Charlotte Gray), and average about 30 minutes for each story (the longest is 46, while the shortest is a mere 8 minutes – don’t fall asleep or you’ll miss it!). The CD set contains 4 CDs, each with 2-3 stories; the DownloadLibrary edition can be saved to either an MP3, ipod, PC or Mac computer, and can be burned to your own discs should you wish to keep a copy.

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