Monday, August 22, 2016

Super Sleuths to the Rescue!

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created beloved super sleuth, Sherlock Holmes in 1890. If you have not read this mystery series, now is a GREAT time to listen. Brilliance audio created a Complete Sherlock Homes CD Book.  Complete means it includes more than 60 Sherlock Holmes stories. There are 3 CD books and the first CD book has 18 discs. Sherlock, an iconic hero, uses his immense powers of observation to solve complex crimes. He can see a simple clue; a smudged print on a window sill, a stray hair, or detect that dust was moved and determine who committed the crime, how they did it and why. Sherlock's deductive skills are simply amazing! He can solve a complex crime in no time at all.  If you love super sleuths this is a not to be missed collection. 

Still not sure this is the book for you? Then consider the narrator, Simon Vance. Simon is one of the best narrators in the business.  He has narrated 100's of books including winning the best voice award for Stieg Larsson's Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. He is a multi-award winner for his narrations. When his narrative skills are combined with the fantastic stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle there's no way to lose. Sherlock always gets the villain. 

If you enjoy mysteries with great sleuths... you may enjoy  these stories.

From Doon With Death by Ruth Rendell
This legendary crime fiction debut novel written by Rendell introduces readers to Inspector Wexford the clever detective who investigates the demise of the timid house wife, whose body ends up brutally mangled in the woods. His intriguing character, great deductive skills make for a dazzling suspenseful read.

The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie
This mesmerizing classic detective novel is the debut of brilliant Detective Hercule Poirot. He is faced with a locked door murder of Emily Inglethorpe, a wealthy woman who was poisoned in her locked bedroom. How someone is able to enter her room, poison her and escape without anyone seeing them is quite a mystery.

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