Narrated by Dr. Crossovers Casebook wanted stories of Holmes teaming up with other characters to solve a problem — the anthology included teamings of Holmes with Arsene Lupin, Calamity Jane, Sexton Blake, etc.
Narrated by Mrs. Mary Watson.
The Adventure of the Missing Oscar (Holmes and Watson) (Volume 2) [Mr Kevin R James, Mr Steven Rowley] on Book 2 of 5 in the Holmes and Watson Series . The Adventure of the Missing Oscar (Holmes & Watson Book 2) eBook: Richard Saw, Steven Rowley: lyachelmoco.tk: Kindle Store.
The first Holmes story I wrote other than the scads of them I wrote in grade school for my own edification , a non-fantasy, Doyle-esque, real-world Holmes adventure, narrated by Mrs. Posted in Announcements , Information. At home… alone… after dark. It scared the bejesus out of me! I am interested in knowing if Barbara plans any other books in this series. I thank you and congratulate you on a lovely piece of writing! Hello Deb — so excited to see the Barbara keeps coming out with new books and stories. Do you know if Barbara Hambly or Audible plans to record these other three books, with narration by Gildart Jackson?
He did a marvelous job. Apparently this can be pretty polarizing; there have been a few previous comments about good and very?
I just happened to find this website while I was looking for audiobooks of the 3 newer James Asher novels Blood maidens and so on. Can you help me to find out if audiobooks of these newer Asher-Books exist? And if yes, where I might be ably to buy them?
Thank you very much for your help. Oops, more than 30 years obviously…. Hi, Birgit- Nothing so far on the newest James Asher books in audio. Audible has picked up a lot of her back catalog, but the newest ones from Severn House have not yet been recorded to my knowledge. I need to have Barbara do a run-down for everyone on how the whole audio rights thing works.
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