The spectral hellhound, which dogs the
descendants of the Baskerville family, has claimed another victim.
The ancient legend, and the modern murderous facts are placed
before the great Sherlock Holmes. And one of the greatest
adventures put to print begins...
Spooky and engaging.
From Anat Avi of Alameda, California on 11/14/2011.
An exciting and perplexing mystery, the spine tingly story of the hound out on the moor had me convinced that Sherlock Holmes had met his match! The story was perfect to listen to on rainy days.
Gripping read, the best 5 hours spent
From Jitesh of Santa Rosa, California on 9/22/2011.
Excellent read by one of my favorite narrators (I've been a fan for the last few yrs on itunes and have purchased a few books from him), but this is the best one by far. The story is just great, and with his narration, the moor comes alive. You can feel the fog, sense the tension, and really be transported to Baskerville Hall with Watson. Highly recommended.
another great work
From Justin Hughes of Muncie, Indiana on 9/20/2011.
A great way to listen to Holmes. B.J. creates lively characters that one has little trouble distinguishing.
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