The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Unabridged‪)‬

    • 4.7 • 12 Ratings
    • $28.99

    • $28.99

Publisher Description

A modern short-story collection featuring the great detective. Stories included:

"A Sherlockiana Primer", © 2009 by Christopher Roden
"The Horror of the Many Faces", © 2003 by Tim Lebbon
"The Case of the Bloodless Sock", © 2001 by Anne Perry
"The Adventure of the Other Detective", © 2003 by Bradley H. Sinor
"A Scandal in Montreal", © 2008 by Edward D. Hoch
"The Adventure of the Field Theorems"; © 1995 Vonda N. McIntyre
"The Adventure of the Death-Fetch", © 1994 by Darrell Schweitzer
"The Shocking Affair of the Dutch Steamship Friesland", © 2005 by Mary Robinette Kowal
"The Adventure of the Mummy's Curse", © 2006 by H. Paul Jeffers
"The Things That Shall Come Upon Them", © 2008 by Barbara Roden
"Murder to Music", © 1989 by Anthony Burgess
"The Adventure of the Inertial Adjustor", © 1997 Stephen Baxter
"Mrs. Hudson's Case", © 1997 Laurie R. King
"The Singular Habits of Wasps", © 1994 by Geoffrey A. Landis
"The Affair of the 46th Birthday"; © 2009 by Amy Myers
"The Specter of Tullyfane Abbey", © 2001 by Peter Tremayne
"The Vale of the White Horse"; © 2003 by Sharyn McCrumb
"The Adventure of the Dorset Street Lodger", © 1993 by Michael Moorcock
"The Adventure of the Lost World", © 2004 by Dominic Green
"The Adventure of the Antiquarian's Niece"; © 2003 by Barbara Hambly
"Dynamics of a Hanging", © 2005 by Tony Pi
"Merridew of Abominable Memory" © 2008 by Monkeybrain, Inc.
"Commonplaces" © 2008-2009 by Naomi Novik
"The Adventure of the Pirates of Devil's Cape", © 2009 by Rob Rogers
"The Adventure of the Green Skull", © 2008 by Mark Valentine
"The Human Mystery", © 1999 by Tanith Lee
"A Study in Emerald", © 2003 by Neil Gaiman
"You See But You Do Not Observe", © 1995 by Robert J. Sawyer.

Simon Vance, Anne Flosnik
hr min
October 27
Brilliance Audio

Customer Reviews

Than'l ,

Thoroughly Enjoyable

A great selection of new Holmes and Watson stories told, for the most part, in very authentic voices. A few stories venture well outside the canon of Doyle; but those stories were enjoyable as well as extensions of Holmes just like the various recent movies or TV series. Highly enjoyable!

Mariano A.S. ,

Highly enjoyable ... BUT

This audiobook was immensely entertaining. I own all of Mr Holmes adventures and listen to them over and over again (I am an illustrator and prefer audiobooks to music when I draw or paint). It was interesting to see where each author took Holmes and Watson. There were even some stories so true to Doyle that they'd get my vote to be added to the official universe.

My only compliant lies in sort of false advertising: Where's the Stephen King story? It's not in the audiobook. His name is on the cover of the printed book.