10C Actors, Performances and Recordings -- Audio Tapes (350)

1. "2001 Selected Videos, DVDs, and Audiobooks for Young Adults." School Library Journal 47, no. 4 (2001): 59.

Presents the winners of the 2001 Selected Videos, DVD and Audiobooks for Young Adults, selected by the Young Library Services Association. Includes Sherlock's Secret Life, by Ed Lang. Read by Karl Malden and performed by N.Y. State Theatre Institute. 2 cassettes. 1:43 hrs. ISBN 1-892613-03-4. 1999. $16.95. New York State Theatre Institute. "The young Sherlock Holmes, and his familiar cohorts, Dr. Watson and Professor Moriarty, are portrayed in this original and fully dramatized story about an early case that brought the detective to the brink of lovelorn heartbreak."

2. "APA announces Audie winners." Billboard 108, no. 28 (1996): 89.

Reports on the winners of the first Audie Awards, which were presented on June 14, 1996 by the Audio Publishers Association. "Best new voice: 'Sherlock Holmes: Tales Of Suspense,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, read by Edward Hardwicke, Tangled Web Audio."

3. "Audio Reviews." Library Journal 125, no. 15 (2000): 130.

Reviews several audio tapes. 'The Cliff Walk: A Memoir of a Job Lost and a Life Found,' by Don J. Snyder; 'Checkmates,' by Ron Miller; 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes II,' by Arthur Conan Doyle; 'Before I Say Good-Bye,' by Mary Higgins Clark; Others.

4. "Audio reviews." Publishers Weekly 244, no. 1 (1997): 29.

Reviews the sound recording 'The Lost World,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

5. "Books, Multimedia, and Web Sites: Grades 4-8." School Library Journal 3, no. 1 (2006): 49-52, 54-6, 58-60, 62, 64, 66-9.

An annotated directory of books, multimedia products, and Web sites for students in grades 4 to 8 is provided. Includes a number of entries with Holmes or Doyle connections. Down the Rabbit Hole: An Echo Falls Mystery (unabr.). 6 cassettes. Stirs. Recorded Books (recordedbooks.com). 2005. ISBN 1-4193- 5747-6. $37.75; read-along pack: $59.95."...Peter Abrahams's splendid mystery (Laura Geringer, 2005) is ripe with allusions to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Arthur Conan Doyle's stories about Sherlock Holmes, and Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder...."; SPRINGER, Nancy. The Case of the Missing Marques: An Enola Holmes Mystery. 213p. Philomel/Sleuth, 2006. Tr $10.99, ISBN 0-399-24304-6. "When her mother mysteriously disappears on her 14th birthday, Enola Holmes reluctantly turns to her adult brothers, Sherlock and My croft, for help, but soon learns that she must take charge of her own destiny. The clever girl heads for London where she dons different disguises, solves a mystery or two, and gets herself into and out of a number of sticky situations. An appealing and resilient heroine takes the Victorians by storm."

6. "Calendar." Publishers Weekly 253, no. 20 (2006): 12-12.

The article presents information on notable events in the month of May, involving prominent persons. In May 21, 2000, Barbara Cartland died at the age of 98. She is a popular romance writer. HighBridge Audio celebrates Arthur Conan Doyle's birth (1859-1930) by reissuing "Sherlock Holmes: A Baker Street Dozen" with John Gielgud as Holmes and Ralph Richardson as Dr. Watson on May 22, 2006. May 23, 2006, seven months after releasing "Predator," Patricia Cornwell is back with a new mystery "At Risk," originally serialized for 15 weeks in the New York Times Magazine.

7. "The Case of the Left-Handed Lady." School Library Journal 54, no. (2008): 55-55.

The article reviews the audiobook "The Case of the Left-Handed Lady," by Nancy Springer.

8. Classic Detective Stories. a collection. Vol. 2. Newport Beach, CA: Books on Tape, 1996. Sound Recording 9 sound cassettes (90 min. each).

analog. Unabridged. Volume 2, of two volumes. Read by various readers.;

9. "Language Arts." School Library Journal 45, no. 8 (1999): 91.

Presents a directory of audio-visual materials about language arts. Includes Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet. 2 cassettes. Prod. by BDD Audio. Dist. by Random House. ISBN 0-553-52553-0. $18. "Gr 7-12-In the first of the Sherlock Holmes stories, Dr. Watson, discharged from military service after suffering wounds, is at loose ends until a chance encounter leads him to take rooms with Sherlock Holmes. When Watson is drawn into the investigation of a bizarre murder in which Holmes is involved, he is unaware that it is the beginning of the most famous partnership in the history of criminal detection." Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of the Four. 2 cassettes. Prod. by BDD Audio. Dist. by Random House. ISBN 0-553-52640-5. $18. "Gr 7 Up-Holmes and Watson accompany a woman on a quest which leads them through the dark heart of London to a one-legged man, a mysterious and terrifying creature, and an incredible tale of greed and revenge." Sherlock Holmes: The Valley of Fear. 2 cassettes. Prod. by BDD Audio. Dist. by Random House. ISBN 0-553-52622-7. $18. "Gr 7 Up-A coded warning of imminent danger sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to the country house of the reclusive Jack Douglas. When they arrive too late to prevent a tragic death, they must follow bewildering clues and find a murderer." The Sharp Wits in the Extraordinary Case of the Essay Test. video. 12 min. with tchr's, guide. Media Inc. ISBN 1-89305807-7. price unavail. "Gr 3-5-An alien has abducted Sherlock. Only the rest of the Sharp Wits can rescue him. It will take steely nerves, quick minds and the answer to an essay question. Join them as they uncover the keys to answering an essay question and save their friend."

10. "Language arts: literature and drama." School Library Journal 46, no. 8 (2000): 99.

Lists The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Vol. III. 3 cassettes or 3 CDs. 3:30 hrs. Prod. by Naxos AudioBooks. Dist. by Naxos of America. cassette, ISBN 9-62634-6914: $17.98; CD, ISBN 9-62634-191-2: $19.98; Historical Recording: Writers & Actors. 2 cassettes or 2 CDs. 2:30 hrs. Prod. by Naxos AudioBooks. Dist. by Naxos of America. cassette, ISBN 9-62634-700-7: $13.98; CD, ISBN 9-62634-200-5: $15.98. Includes some of the greatest historical recording of the works of writers such as Tennyson, Joyce, Shaw, Doyle, Wallace and Tolstoy, as well as actors, Bernhardt, Gielgud, and Olivier; The Hound of the Baskervilles. 2 cassettes. 3 hrs. Prod. by HarperCollins UK Audiobooks. Dist. by Trafalgar Square. ISBN 0-00-104674-8. $14.95. Tony Britton reads the abridged version of Doyle's classic.

11. Mystery & Intrigue. Novato, CA: Soundelux Audio ; [Petaluma, CA] : Mind's Eyes Audio, 1996. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (135 min.).

Analog. Classic author collection. Title from container.;

12. Mystery theatre. Toronto: Scenario Productions, 1999. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr each).

Analog. SP audio classics. "From the archives of CBC Radio Canada"--Container. In container (18 cm). Contents: v. 1. The tell-tale heart / by Edgar Alan Poe. The kitchen table / by Alan King. Sight unseen / by Dorothy Davis. Adventures of the noble bachelor / by Arthur Conan Doyle -- v. 2. The hitch hiker / by Alan King. A perfectly happy life / by Ted Ferguson. The signal man / by Charles Dickens. The duel / by Alexandre Dumas -- v. 3. The monkey's paw / by W.W. Jacobs. The mines of falun / by E.T.A. Hoffmann. The sandman / by E.T.A. Hoffmann. Double strip / by Otto Lowy -- v. 4. Dr. Heidegger's experiment / by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Mr. Higginbottom's catastrophe / by Nathaniel Hawthorne. The strange history of David Swann / by Nathaniel Hawthorne. The cable car incident / by Frederick Spoerly.;

13. "Notable films/videos, recordings & computer software, 1994." School Library Journal 40, no. 4: 34.

Presents a selection of audiovisuals based on their commendable quality for young people through age 14. Includes Mystery! Mystery! Performed by Jim Weiss. 60 min. cassette (#1124-14), $9.95. Greathall Productions. "The exciting worlds of Edgar Allen Poe, G. K. Chesterton, and Arthur Conan Doyle are seamlessly recreated by a master storyteller as he recounts the adventures of three brilliant detectives- Auguste Dupin, Father Brown, and Sherlock Holmes."

14. "Notes." Publishers Weekly 250, no. 41 (2003): 29-29.

Presents news briefs related to children's audio and video materials in the U.S. as of October 2003. Launch of the first six titles in the Family Listening Series of Oasis Audio. Oasis has entered an arrangement to distribute at retail dramatizations that were originally produced for the California Artists Radio Theatre program. CART features such performers as Michael York, Roddy McDowall, Samantha Eggar, Lynn Redgrave, William Windom and many others. Each title contains two CDs and two bonus cassettes. Initial releases include Peter and Wendy by James M. Barrie, Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Sherlock Holmes and Selecting a Ghost by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Hobson's Choice by Harold Brighouse. (Each 2.5 hours, $17.99, ISBN 1-58926-165-8; -180-1; -169-0; -167-4; -184-4; -325-1, all ages, Sept.)

15. "Selected videos, DVDs and audiobooks for young adults 2001." School Library Journal 47, no. 4 (2001): 59-61.

Annotated reviews of notable young adults' videos, DVDs, and audiobooks, compiled by the Young Adult Library Services Association, are presented. Included is Sherlock's Secret Life. By Ed Lange; read by Karl Malden and performed by N.Y. State Theatre Institute. 2 cassettes. 1:43 hrs. ISBN 1-892613-03-4. 1999. $16.95. New York State Theatre Institute. "The young Sherlock Holmes, and his familiar cohorts, Dr. Watson and Professor Moriarty, are portrayed in this original and fully dramatized story about an early case that brought the detective to the brink of lovelorn heartbreak."

16. "Sherlock Holmes: A Baker Street Dozen." Publishers Weekly 253, no. 23 (2006): 56-56.

The article reviews the audiobook "Sherlock Holmes: A Baker Street Dozen," by Arthur Conan Doyle.

17. "Spring Audio Blooms." Publishers Weekly 253, no. 6 (2006): 26-38.

The article presents a list of audio books including Sherlock Holmes: A Baker Street Dozen by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, read by John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson and Orson Welles.

18. "When We Were Orphans (Book Review)." Publishers Weekly 247, no. 49 (2000): 32.

Reviews the audiobook 'When We Were Orphans,' by Kazuo Ishiguro and read by John Lee. Includes a reference to Holmes. "Set in Shanghai on the eve of World War II, Ishiguro's Booker-nominated novel follows the surreal predicament of Christopher Banks, an English expatriate whose overwrought state is perfectly rendered by narrator John Lee. After his parents are mysteriously kidnapped, nine-year-old Christopher is shipped off to England, where he grows up to become the Sherlock Holmes of his times-a man able to right wrongs, restore order."

19. Winter spirits: a collection of ghost stories for the holidays and beyond. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1994. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (9 hrs.).

Analog, 1 7/8 ips. Subtitle from publisher's label on container. Unabridged. In container (23 cm.) Read by Tom Cassaletto, Sandra Burr, Leanor Reizen, Jim Bond, Roger Dressler, and Michael Page.;

20. "YALSA awards." Journal of Youth Services in Libraries 14, no. 3 (2001): 63-68.

An annotated list of recipients of Young Adult Library Services Association awards is provided. Included in the list is Sherlock's Secret Life, by Ed Lange, narrated by Karl Malden and performed by the New York State Theatre Institute, New York State Theatre Institute, 1999, 2 cassettes, 1 hour and 43 mins., 1-892613-03-4. "The young Sherlock Holmes, and his familiar cohorts Dr. Watson and Professor Moriarty, are portrayed in this original and fully dramatized story about an early case that brought the detective to the brink of lovelorn heartbreak."

21. Adams, Michael. "Audio." Library Journal 131, no. 5 (2006): 108-110.

An annotated directory of audiobooks is provided including Carr, Caleb. The Italian Secretary: A Further Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. 4 cassettes. unabridged. 7 hrs. S. & S. Audio. 2005. ISBN 0-7435-5003-X [ISBN 978-0-7435-5003-1]. $26. "When two men are killed during the renovation of the royal palace at Holyrood in Scotland, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are summoned. Mycroft Holmes, the famous detective's brother, is a trusted advisor to Queen Victoria and wants to prevent a possible assassination attempt. Clues point to the involvement of David Rizzio, but the Italian secretary of Mary, Queen of Scots, was murdered at Holyrood 300 years earlier. Carr seems a natural to try his hand at a Holmes adventure since the psychologist hero of The Alienist, his best-known novel, uses methods similar to those of the consulting detective. As with The Alienist, this book offers plenty of period detail and is written in a slightly stiff style, approximating that of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Carr's Sherlock seems a bit vague, with Watson and Mycroft being much more specific and interesting. Simon Prebble, one of the best readers of mysteries, employs a variety of voices and accents to heighten the Victorian verisimilitude. Recommended for all popular collections."

22. ———. "Holmes on the Range." Library Journal 132, no. 12 (2007): 130-130.

The article reviews the audiobook "Holmes on the Range," by Steve Hockensmith.

23. ———. "The Italian Secretary: A Further Adventure of Sherlock Holmes." Library Journal 131, no. 5 (2006): 108-108.

The article reviews the audiobook "The Italian Secretary: A Further Adventure of Sherlock Holmes," by Caleb Carr.

24. ———. "On the Wrong Track." Library Journal 132, no. 13 (2007): 129-129.

The article reviews the book on tape "On the Wrong Track," by Steve Hockensmith.

25. Arnold, Sue. "Review: Audio: Sue Arnold's Choice: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." The Guardian (London), October 4, 2008: 9.

Review of the audiobook The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Six Unabridged Stories, Vol 1 , by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, read by Edward Hardwicke. (7hrs, CSA Word, GBP19.99)

26. Barnes, Julian, and Nigel Anthony. Arthur and George. Kingstown, RI: BBC Audiobooks America, 2006. Sound Recording (cassette) 12 sound cassettes (17 hr., 17 min.).

analog, digitally mastered. Complete & unabridged. Read by Nigel Anthony.;

27. Baskin, Barbara. "Media: Audiobooks." Booklist 97, no. 2 (2000): 263.

Reviews two audio books written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes II'; 'The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes.'

28. Beauregard, Sue-Ellen. "Audiobook Preview." Booklist 100, no. 19/20 (2004): 1769-1772.

Offers a preview of audiobooks to be released from June through December 2004. Lists The Return of Sherlock Holmes II. Read by David Timson. Naxos.

29. Bilton, Karen T. "The Case of the Left-Handed Lady." School Library Journal 53, no. 12 (2007): 67-67.

The article reviews the audiobook "The Case of the Left-Handed Lady," by Nancy Springer, the second title in a series featuring Enola Holmes, the famed detective's younger sister.

30. Boucher, Anthony. The Adventure of the Black Angus ; and, The Adventure of the Elusive Emerald. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Added Title: Adventure of the elusive emerald; In The adventure of the black angus, Holmes and Watson begin a search for a missing bridegroom and end up in a castle in Scotland where people believe in a five-hundred-year-old legend of a werewolf. In The adventure of the elusive emerald, the priceless Kratzoff Emerald is stolen, the Duchess of Penfield is suspected and Holmes must use all his ability to find the real thief

31. ———. The adventure of the Carpathian horror ; and, The Lion's mane. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Added Title: Lion's mane; In The adventure of the Carpathian horror, Holmes and Watson travel to an ancient castle deep in the Carpathian mountains to investigate why Count Romany is going mad and if the legends of vampires in his family history could possibly be true. In The lion's mane, a dying man mutters the words, "the lion's mane" and Holmes and Watson must discover if this is clue to his death or if something much more sinister is at play

32. ———. The Adventure of the Devil's Foot ; and, The Adventure of the Dying Detective. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Added Title: Adventure of the dying detective; "In The adventure of the devil's foot, the investigation into the death of a family and the return of devil worship must be solved before Holmes and Watson become the next victims. In the adventure of the dying detective, Watson finds Holmes suffering from a terrible disease for which Watson knows no cure and he must find the mysterious owner of a rubber plantation and get his help before Holmes dies."

33. ———. The adventure of the genuine guarnarius ; and, The adventure of the submerged nobleman. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway. Event Note: Originally broadcast Nov. 16, 1946 (The adventure of the genuine guarnarius) and May 26,1947 (The adventure of the submerged nobleman). Added Title: Adventure of the submerged nobleman;

34. ———. The adventure of the Grand Old Man ; and, The singular affair of the white cockerel. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway; "In The adventure of the Grand Old Man, Holmes is asked to investigate a ghost haunting 'The Grand Old Man' of the theater on his death bed. In The singular affair of the white cockerel, Holmes investigates the theft of a chicken only to find something extremely sinister behind this act."

35. ———. The Adventure of the Haunted Bagpipes ; and, The Adventure of the Horseless Carriage. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp./Nova Audio, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway;

36. ———. The adventure of the innocent murdress ; and, The adventure of the iron maiden. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway. Event Note: Originally broadcast June 30, 1947 (The adventure of the innocent murdress) and July 7, 1947 (The adventure of the iron maiden); "In The adventure of the innocent murdress, Holmes and Watson observe an unwanted visitor shoot the emissary from Groznia, but there is evidence that the emissary was poisoned at exactly the same time so who is the real murderer or murderess? In The adventure of the iron maiden, Holmes and Watson are asked to investigate strange happenings at a torture museum in Germany where a corpse was found in an iron maiden."

37. ———. The Adventure of the Sally Martin ; and, The strange death of Mrs. Abernetty. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway; "In The strange adventure of the Sally Martin, Holmes is drawn into a perplexing murder mystery when George Byron is found dead in his bunk on the schooner Sally Martin. In The Strange death of Mrs. Abernetty, murder is committed in the presence of Holmes in one of the most diabolical murders he ever encountered."

38. ———. The Clue of the Hungry Cat ; and, The Singular Affair of the Dying Schoolboys. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp, 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway; "In The clue of the hungry cat, Holmes agrees to help a man who is condemned to die prove his innocence, but what is the clue provided by a hungry cat that can bring the true murderer to justice? In The singular affair of the dying schoolboys, Lord Landers asks Holmes to investigate the death of his younger brother and Holmes finds that five students have been murdered and the rest are living in terror. Is the school being used to murder unwanted relatives?"

39. ———. Death in the North Sea ; and, The Adventure of the Speckled Band. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp, 1997. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway. Event Note: Originally broadcast June 16, 1947 (Death in the North Sea) and June 23, 1947 (The adventure of the speckled band);

40. ———. The Haunting of Sherlock Holmes ; and, The Baconian Cipher. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.).

Performer Note: Basil Rathbone (Sherlock Holmes) and Nigel Bruce (Dr. Watson); "Presents two previously lost original broadcasts of the popular radio drama, Sherlock Holmes. In The haunting of Sherlock Holmes, a beautiful opera singer accused of spying visits Holmes and Watson shortly after her execution. In The Baconian cipher, Holmes detects a strange message in the "Agony Column" of the London Times, leading to a curious plot of murder and intrigue."

41. ———. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1995 4 sound cassette (ca. 240 min.).

Featuring Basil Rathbone (Sherlock Holmes) and Nigel Bruce (Dr. Watson). Contents: Tape1. The Great Gandolfo -- The adventure of the original Hamlet -- tape 2. Murder by moonlight -- The singular affair of the coptic cross -- tape 3. The gunpowder plot -- The babbling butler -- tape 4. The accidental murderess -- The adventure of the Blarney Stone;

42. ———. New adventures of Sherlock Holmes : the haunting of Sherlock Holmes and the Baconian Cipher. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (approx. 1 hr.).

43. ———. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes audio gift set. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1994 4 sound cassette (ca. 240 min.).

Featuring Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Contents: Tape1. The living doll -- The disappearing scientists -- tape 2. The adventure of the speckled band -- The purloined ruby -- tape 3. The book of Tobit -- Murder beyond the mountains -- tape 4. The Manor House case -- The adventure of the stuttering ghost;

44. ———. The night before Christmas ; and, The Darlington substitution. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1994 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

Starring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson; "Presents two previously lost broadcasts of the popular radio program entitled Sherlock Holmes. In the first story, a simple mistake puts everyone's life in danger when Dr. Watson plays Santa for a group of children on Christmas Eve and Holmes must act to prevent the tragedy and solve a puzzling crime at the same time. In the second tale, Holmes must devise a test to determine who is heir to the Darlington fortune and who is the real mother to Lord Darlington's son."

45. ———. The strange case of Professor Presbery, or, The creeping man ; and, The adventure of the scarlet worm. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp, 1996 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes; v. 9. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway; "In The strange case of Professor Presbery, Holmes must solve a mystery whose only clues are a small engraved wooden box, some strange letters and a scream in the night. In The adventure of the scarlet worm, Mycroft Holmes sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to Paris to foil an international spy ring, but when Watson goes undercover to trap a beautiful female spy, who really is falling into a trap?"

46. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Nigel Bruce, and Tom Conway. The Clue of the Hungry Cat ; and, the Singular Affair of the Dying Schoolboys. Uniform Title: Clue of the hungry cat. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

analog. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 1. Container title./ At head of title: Nova Audio Books presents./ "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container./ Originally broadcast October 26, 1946 (The clue of the hungry cat) and November 9, 1946 (The singular affair of the dying schoolboys)./ "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container./ "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container./ Participants: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. [by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green]. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins.; "In The clue of the hungry cat, Holmes agrees to help a man who is condemned to die prove his innocence, but what is the clue provided by a hungry cat that can bring the true murderer to justice? In The singular affair of the dying schoolboys, Lord Landers asks Holmes to investigate the death of his younger brother and Holmes finds that five students have been murdered and the rest are living in terror. Is the school being used to murder unwanted relatives?"

47. ———. The Island of Death ; and, The remarkable affair of the pointless robbery. Uniform Title: Island of death. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance, 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog, stereo. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 11. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container. Originally broadcast April 28, 1947 (The island of death) and May 5, 1947 (The remarkable affair of the pointless robbery). "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. [by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green]. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins.; "In The island of death, a circus fat lady, a group of midgets and a contortionist ask Holmes and Watson to accompany them to a deserted island deep in the Scottish Lake District where they have been invited by a scientist whose intentions are unknown. In The remarkable affair of the pointless robbery, Holmes is asked to investigate the ransacking of a rectory and the death of the local chemist which have some common sinister force behind them."

48. ———. The red headed league ; and, Murder in the locked room. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1997. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 14. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio Books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performers Parley Baer, Harry Bartell, Elliott Reid and Peggy Webber"--Container. "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway. Originally broadcast June 2, 1947 (The red headed league) and June 9, 1947 (Murder in the locked room). Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Red headed league.; "In The red headed league, Holmes wonders what is the reason for the unusual bequest to certain redheaded Londoners and does it mean that a fantastic crime is about to be committed? In Murder in the locked room, Holmes must decide whether an writer working on a "locked room" mystery story has committed suicide in a 'locked room' or if it really is murder."

49. ———. The strange case of the persecuted millionaire ; and, the adventure of the Maltree Abbey. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 4. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio Books presents. "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container. Originally broadcast February 10, 1947 (The strange case of the persecuted millionaire) and March 31, 1947 (The adventure of Maltree Abbey). "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Strange case of the persecuted millionaire.; "In The strange case of the persecuted millionaire, John B. Harden is being driven mad with death threats found in the most unusual places and Holmes is asked to prevent a shockiing tragedy. In The adventure of Maltree Abbey, Holmes must unlock the mystery of a priceless treasure which will be lost should he should fail."

50. ———. Wysteria Lodge ; and, The Harley Street murders. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance, 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog, stereo. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 12. Cover title. At head of title: Nova Audio books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container. Originally broadcast May 12, 1947 (Wysteria Lodge) and May 19, 1947 (The Harley Street murders). "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Wysteria Lodge.; "In Wysteria Lodge, can Holmes solve the mystery of the scream in the night and the disappearance by morning of everyone at the lodge but Mr. Eckles? In The Harley Street murders, Holmes must find the sinister force behind the deaths of five physicians."

51. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway, and Ben Wright. Queue for murder ; and, The singular affair of the ancient Egyptian curse. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 8. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio Books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performers Parley Baer, Harry Bartell, Elliott Reid and Peggy Webber"--Container. Originally broadcast March 4, 1947 (Queue for murder) and March 10, 1947 (The singular affair of the ancient Egyptian curse). "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway and Ben Wright. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Queue for murder.; "In Queue for murder, Dr. Watson attends a dying man whose last words are a death threat to a wealthy physician and Holmes must determine how these two are linked before it is too late. In The singular affair of the ancient Egyptian curse, the curse of the tomb of Ha Sha Bit not only kills Lord Cranwood but his son dies mysteriously in the British Museum right in front of Sherlock Holmes."

52. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Arthur Conan Doyle, Basil Rathbone, and Tom Conway. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 23. New York: Simon & Schuster Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.).

Analog, 1 7/8 ips, stereo., Dolby processed. "The original radio broadcasts! Never before available!" Based on characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Participants: Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway.; "The gunpowder plot (broadcast November 5, 1945): On a Guy Fawkes holiday, Holmes and Watson encounter a murder plot with an amazing similarity to a case that is almost 300 years old. The babbling butler (broadcast January 27, 1947): Holmes and Watson find themselves drawn into an investigation of two tragic deaths."

53. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Basil Rathbone, and Nigel Bruce. In Flanders Field ; and, The Eyes of Mr. Leyton: The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1990. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

ID: 4536; 9780671690823; 69082-5; [sound recording]. Anthony Boucher and Denis Green. analog. Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. Recording of the original radio broadcasts on May 14 and Sept. 24, 1945. In container (18 cm.). Sherlock Holmes (Radio program); In Flanders field; Eyes of Mr. Leyton.; "Presents two previously lost original broadcasts of the popular radio drama, Sherlock Holmes. In the first, Holmes and Dr. Watson investigate the disappearance of a Shakepearean actor. In The eyes of Mr. Leyton, they search for someone who preys on opium users."

54. ———. The mystery of the headless monk ; and, the strange case of the demon barber: The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1989 Sound Recording.

ID: 4537; 9780671680886; 076714009950; 1 sound cassette (60 min.) : analog; Starring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. "The original radio broadcast!"--Container. The mystery of the headless monk was broadcast on April 15, 1946 and The case of the demon barber was broadcast on Jan. 28, 1946 over the Mutual Broadcasting System. "Complete with original radio narration, commercials and an introduction and conclusion by the golden age of radio performer, Ben H. Wright"--Container.; "Presents two previously lost broadcasts of the popular radio drama, Sherlock Holmes. In The mystery of the headless monk, a leading expert on the supernatural has been murdered in a haunted chapel and the suspect is the ghost of a beheaded monk. In The strange case of the demon barber, an actor awakes to find fresh blood stains on his hands and clothes and asks Holmes to prove that he is responsible for a string of unsolved murders."

55. ———. A scandal in Bohemia ; and, The second generation: The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1990 Sound Recording.

ID: 4491; 69081-7; 1 sound cassette (60 min.) : analog. Starring Basil Rathbone & Nigel Bruce. Originally broadcast Dec. 10, 1945 (1st selection) and Dec. 17, 1945 (2nd selection) over the Mutual Broadcasting System. The first selection adapted from the story by Arthur Conan Doyle for radio by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green ; the second an original radio play.; "Presents two original radio episodes featuring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes with Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. In the first story, Holmes goes undercover the save the king of Bohemia from scandal, but he must confront a beautiful and dangerous adversary. In the sequel, Holmes and Watson return to Bohemia twenty years later to discover that old crimes never die."

56. ———. The tell tale pigeon feathers and, The indiscretion of Mr. Edwards: The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1990 Sound Recording.

ID: 4539; 69083-3; 1 sound cassette (60 min.) : analog. Recording of the original radio broadcasts from Jan. 21 and Jan. 4, 1946. Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. In container (18 cm.). Program notes on container.; "Presents two original radio episodes featuring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes with Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. In the first story, Holmes is put to work by his brother and discovers a man who can turn himself into a bird or a spy, while Watson lands in jail. In the sequel, a member of the royal family is seduced by a beautiful circus performer. When Watson goes undercover to break the affair, he finds a dead body and a very disturbing clue."

57. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Basil Rathbone, and Tom Conway. The strange case of Professor Presbery, or, The creeping man ; and, the adventure of the scarlet worm. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog, stereo. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 9. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container. Originally broadcast March 17, 1947 (The strange case of Professor Presbery) and March 24, 1947 (The adventure of the scarlet worm). "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Strange case of Professor Presbery.; "In The strange case of Professor Presbery, Holmes must solve a mystery whose only clues are a small engraved wooden box, some strange letters and a scream in the night. In The adventure of the scarlet worm, Mycroft Holmes sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to Paris to foil an international spy ring, but when Watson goes undercover to trap a beautiful female spy, who really is falling into a trap?"

58. British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). BBC radio presents sampler: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1999. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.).

Dolby system. BBD Audio.;

59. Bunce, Kim. "Review: Books." The Observer, February 15, 2004: 18.

Review of the audiobook "Return of Sherlock Holmes," Vol. 1, read by David Timson. Running time 3.5 hours. Naxos, 3 tapes unabridged, GBP9.99

60. Burkey, Mary. "The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets." Booklist 104, no. 17 (2008): 97.

Reviews the audiobook "The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets" by Nancy Springer. Read by Katherine Kellgren. 2008. 4hr. Recorded Books, CS, $30.75 (9781428182523); CD, $30.75 (9781428182578).

61. Burns, Ann. "Audio Reviews." Library Journal 125, no. 12 (2000): 161.

Reviews several audio tapes, including O Jerusalem by Laurie R. King. 9 cassettes. unabridged. 13 1/2 hrs. Recorded Bks. 1999. ISBN 0-7887-3746-5. $80. "King has received both the Edgar and the John Creasey Award. O Jerusalem is the newest in a series about Sherlock Holmes and his young apprentice, Mary Russell. It is a flashback to a chapter in the Beekeeper's Apprentice in which Holmes and Russell flee danger in London, traveling to Palestine in the service of Mycroft, Holmes's older brother. When Holmes and Russell reach Palestine, they join Mahmoud and Ali, all four traveling in the garb of Bedouins. Their journey begins with the investigation of a murder and ends with preventing the destruction of Jerusalem. The narrator, Jenny Sterlin, is most convincing as the arrogant and condescending older Holmes, and the voices she uses for each character are distinct and believable. Essential for listeners or readers of the Holmes and Russell series."

62. ———. "Audio Reviews." Library Journal 125, no. 9 (2000): 141.

Reviews several audio books including 'Memories and Adventures,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

63. ———. "Best Audiobooks of 2003." Library Journal 129, no. 3 (2004): 44-45.

An annotated directory of the best audiobooks of 2003 is provided. Included is Haddon, Mark. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Recorded Bks. 5 cassettes, 61/4 hrs. ISBN 1-4025-5978-X. $45. "This first novel captures 'without sentimentality the joy and pain' of a child with Asperger's syndrome. Christopher, a 15-year-old with an interest in Sherlock Holmes, tries to solve the murder of his neighbor's dog. Jeff Woodman's 'voice and tone are totally convincing as those of a working-class English adolescent.' The print version was selected as one of LJ's Best Books of 2003. (LJ 1/04)"

64. Burns, Ann, and Theresa Connors. "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes VI (Book)." Library Journal 129, no. 1 (2004): 183-183.

Reviews the audiobook "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes VI," by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

65. ———. "His Last Bow." Library Journal 125, no. 8 (2000): 168.

Reviews the audio tape 'His Last Bow,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

66. Burns, Ann, Kristin M. Jacobi, and Wry Martinis. "Audio Reviews." Library Journal 123, no. 16 (1998): 148.

Presents numerous brief reviews of audio recordings including The Moor by Laurie R. King. 8 cassettes, unabridged. 11 hrs. Recorded Bks. 1998. ISBN 0-7887-1979-3. $72. "In this fourth Mary Russell novel, read by Jenny Sterlin, King takes us back to Dartmoor, scene of The Hound of the Baskervilles, again on the trail of a spectral hound. Shedockians have been amused or horrified by King's misappropriation of Holmes. Holmes, who had stated that love is 'an emotional thing...opposed to true cold reason' and 'I should never marry myself, lest I bias my judgment,' is in the King books married to an American half his age. Not satisfied with changing Holmes's misogynistic nature, King also robs him of his trusty biographer, Dr. Watson. Pastiche, in its truest sense, tries to resemble the style of the original work. Libraries wanting Sherlock Holmes mysteries would do better with any of the BBC series (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Audio Reviews, LJ 2/15/97). Not recommended."

67. Carhart, Jo-Ann. "Multimedia Review." School Library Journal 52, no. 1 (2006): 80-81.

Reviews of audio-visual materials including one with reference to Doyle and Holmes. Down the Rabbit Hole: An Echo Falls Mystery (unbar.). 6 cassettes. 8 hrs. Recorded Books. 2005. ISBN 1-4193-5747-6. $37.75; read-along pack: $59.95. Gr 6-9 "Peter Abrahams' splendid contemporary mystery (Laura Geringer Book, 2005) is ripe with allusions to Lewis Carroll' Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Arthur Conan Doyle's stories about Sherlock Holmes, and Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder. It all stars when 13-year-old Ingrid Levin-Hill's mother is late picking her up from the orthodontist and Ingrid decides to walk to soccer practice. She gets lost and ends up on the wrong side of town in the house of a well-known poor woman, Cracked-up Katie. Katie is murdered shortly after Ingrid heads home, leaving her red soccer cleats behind. Ingrid isn't sure that the two men who are arrested actually committed the murder, so she becomes deeply entrenched in investigating what happened, while she tries to maintain her grades in math, get to soccer practice on time, learn her role as Alice in the Prescott Player's production of Alice in Wonderland, and sort out how to act around Joey, her potential first boyfriend and the police chief's son. Ingrid is an impressive heroine who learns that there are consequences to her actions and that her extremely busy parents and quirky grandfather care about her very much. This is the first young adult novel by Edgar Award nominated Peter Abrahams. His third person account is rich with red herrings and pop culture references. This works well as an audiobook because actress Mandy Siegfried hits just the right note in portraying Ingrid and her varied cast of supporting characters. Tension builds throughout the story as Ingrid's dread becomes palpable. The denouement is a masterful mix of derring-do and smart thinking. Although this mystery is solved, there is a feeling that a sequel might follow. A good choice for those who like Sammy Keyes and Nancy Drew mysteries."

68. Collins, Anne, and Arthur Conan Doyle. The speckled band and other stories. Oxford: Heinemann International, 1998. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

Analog + Includes: 1 book (2002, 79 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.). Heinemann guided readers.; Intermediate level. Book illustrated by Kay Dixey. Arthur Conan Doyle ; retold by Anne Collins.;

69. Connors, Theresa. "Audio reviews." Library Journal 119, no. 17 (1994): 102.

Reviews the sound recording 'Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 2: Four More Classic Stories,' by Arthur Conan Doyle, read by Clive Merrison, Michael Williamson, Peter Davison and others.

70. ———. "Sherlock Holmes and the Hapsburg Tiara." Library Journal 130, no. 4 (2005): 125.

Reviews the audiobook "Sherlock Holmes and the Hapsburg Tiara," by Alan Vanneman.

71. ———. "The Sign of Four (Book)." Library Journal 129, no. 16 (2004): 118-118.

Reviews the audiobook "The Sign of Four," by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

72. Connors, Theresa, and Mark Annichiarico. "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." Library Journal 122, no. 3 (1997): 174-174.

Reviews the sound recording 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,' volume 1, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

73. ———. "Audio reviews." Library Journal 121, no. 6 (1996): 138.

Reviews the sound recording 'The Hound of the Baskervilles,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

74. ———. "Audio reviews." Library Journal 121, no. 13 (1996): 134.

Reviews the sound recording 'The Lost World,' by Arthur Conan Doyle.

75. ———. "Audio reviews." Library Journal 117, no. 19 (1992): 124.

Reviews the sound recording 'Sherlock Holmes Casebook,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 2 cassettes. Unabridged. 2 hrs. Buckingham Classics, Chicago, IL. ISBN 1-882071-28-9. Presents "The Priory School" and "The Man With the Twisted Lip" narrated by John Barnes.

76. Coules, Bert, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, and Arthur Conan Doyle. BBC Radio presents Sherlock Holmes, sign of the four. New York: BBD Audio :; Distributed under exclusive license from BBC Worldwide Ltd., 1998. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. "An audio dramatization"--Container. Participants: Clive Merrison (Sherlock Holmes), Michael Williams (Dr. John Watson) ; supporting cast ; Alexander Balanescu, violinist. [dramatized by Bert Coules].;

77. Davies, David Stuart. "Review--Penguin Audio Tapes: 'Four Great Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' read by Douglas Wilmer, 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' read by Freddie Jones." The Musgrave Papers, no. 8 (1995): 107.

78. Doyle, Arthur Conan. The adventure of the creeping man. Niagara Falls, New York: Durkin Hayes, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (82 min.).

1 7/8 ips. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

79. ———. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Publishing Mills, 2002. Sound Recording (cassette) 4 sound cassettes (6 hr.).

analog. Unabridged.; "The famous detective uses his skills to rescue a king from blackmail, capture an ingenious bank robber, and save an innocent son accused of patricide, in a collection that includes 'A Scandal in Bohemia,' 'The Red-Headed League,' 'The Blue Carbuncle,' and 'The Speckled Band.'"

80. ———. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. [Volumes 1-3]. New York: BDD Audio, 2001. Sound Recording (cassette) 6 sound cassettes (ca. 9 hrs.).

analog, Dolby processed. At head of title: BBC Radio presents. "Full cast dramatization."--Container. Originally released in 1991 in three separate volumes.;

81. ———. BBC Radio presents Sherlock Holmes, the valley of fear. New York: BDD Audio ;; Prince Frederick, MD :; [Distributed by] Recorded Books Inc., 1998. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

analog, Dolby system. "An audio dramatization"--Container. Abridged.;

82. ———. BBC Radio presents The casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 1. New York, N.Y.: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

analog, Dolby processed.;

83. ———. BBC Radio presents The casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 2. New York, N.Y.: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

analog, Dolby processed.;

84. ———. BBC Radio presents The return of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 2. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

analog, Dolby processed.;

85. ———. BBC Radio presents The return of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 3. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

analog, Dolby processed.;

86. ———. The best of Sherlock Holmes. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Great American Audio Corp., 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 4 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hrs.).

analog, Dolby processed. "Original broadcasts from radio's golden age"--Container.;

87. ———. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes. New York: BDD Audio, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

analog.; "Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick, Dr. Watson, venture into the bowels of Victorian London to investigate a series of crimes in a collection of short stories."

88. ———. The Great Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Carson, CA: Educational Insights, 1999. Sound Recording; Book Date of Entry: 19991123 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.) + 1 book (61 p.

Illustrated classics series; ;

89. ———. The Great Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Belmont, CA: Lake Education, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog + Includes: 1 paperback book (62 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.) Lake illustrated classics read-along; Collection 2; Lake illustrated classics.; Collection 2. Paperback is an abridged version in comic book format.;

90. ———. His Last Bow. London: BBC Worldwide, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

Performer Note: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams. Leonard Friedman, violin. Contents: Wisteria lodge -- The cardboard box -- The red circle -- The Bruce Partington plans;

91. ———. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Navato, CA: Soundelux Audio, 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. Mystery & intrigue. Sound cassette. Participants: Full cast dramatization.;

92. ———. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Paramus, NJ]: Globe Fearon, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

analog + Includes: 1 book (92 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.) Pacemaker classics on tape. Audiocassette. An audio adaptation of the novel. Abridged. "Has been carefully adapted to be accessible by special-needs readers"--Container. Program notes inserted into container. "A Pacemaker classic.";

93. ———. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Oxford]: Oxford University Press, 2000. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Oxford bookworms library; Stage 4.;

94. ———. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Belmont, CA: Lake Education, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog, mono. + Includes: 1 paperback book (62 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.) Lake illustrated classics read-along; Collection 3. Paperback is an abridged version in comic book format.;

95. ———. The Lost World. [Oxford]: Oxford University Press, 2002. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

Dominoes.; 2. ;

96. ———. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, volume 2. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1994. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. BBC Radio presents. "Originally conceived for BBC broadcast."; Presents full cast dramatizations of four classic Sherlock Holmes mysteries--"The Musgrave Ritual," "The Reigate Squires," "The Crooked Man," and "The Resident Patient."

97. ———. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Volumes 1-3. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio, 1997. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (480 min.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed. Previously released in 1991 and 1992. Title from container.; Twelve stories in which Sherlock Holmes and his friend, Dr. Watson, prove that when trouble is afoot, high intelligence, keen observation and proper method provide the key to the most puzzling cases.

98. ———. Musgrave Ritual. New York: Durkin Hayes, 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

99. ———. The return of Sherlock Holmes. Renton, WA: TOPICS Entertainment, 2001. Sound Recording 8 sound cassettes (ca. 11 hours).

Analog, Dolby processed. "Audio book collection"--Container.; Sherlock Holmes, the consulting detective, returns to solve 13 more crimes and mysteries.

100. ———. A scandal in Bohemia. [Harlow, Essex, Eng.]: Pearson Education Ltd./Longman, 1999. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Analog. Penguin readers.; Level 3; Penguin readers audio pack. Copyright Penguin Books Ltd., 1999.;

101. ———. Sherlock Holmes 3 tales of intrigue. Auburn, CA: Audio Partners Publishing Group, 2001 2 sound cassettes (ca. 90 min.).

Read by Edward Hardwicke. Contents: The crooked man -- The Greek interpreter -- The naval treaty; "In The crooked man, a long lost love returns, horribly changed, revealing an awful treachery that has been kept secret for decades. In the Greek interpreter, Sherlock Holmes' brother, Mycroft, leads Holmes and Watson to a hideous murder and the betrayal of a foreign heiress. In The naval treaty, an innocent man's honor, position, and health are at stake when an important treaty is stolen from his office."

102. ———. Sherlock Holmes a study in scarlet. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (1 hr., 50 min.).

Analog. BBC Radio collection. In container (22 cm.). Title from container. "Radio Dramatization"--Container. "Digitally Mastered"--Container. Issued also on compact disc.; The arrogant, irascible Sherlock Holmes is a master chemist, a talented musician and an expert on all aspects of crime--but, despite his best efforts, new roommate Watson is in the dark about his roommate's profession. Finally Holmes reveals that he is a consulting detective, and soon Watson is drawn into the investgation of a bizarre murder in which Holmes is involved, unaware that it is the beginning of the most famous partnership in the history of criminal detection. An unmarked corpse, a wedding ring and a mysterious message scrawled in blood are the intrepid pair's only clues as they follow the trail of a man to fulfill a terrible oath, which he swore more than twenty years before.

103. ———. Sherlock Holmes classic mysteries. Falls Church, VA: Commuter's Library, 1996. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (3 hrs.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Unabridged. Read by Ralph Cosham.;

104. ———. Sherlock Holmes investigates. Frankfurt am Main: Diesterweg, 1999. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

105. ———. Sherlock Holmes investigates : three stories of detection. Genoa: Cideb Editrice [prod.], cop. 1999 ; [Amsterdam : Intertaal dist.], 1999. Sound Recording 1 geluidscassette (ca. 68 min.).

mono. + Includes: 1 tekst (143 p.) Text adat., notes and activities by Kenneth Brodey.; Drie verhalen waarin Sherlock Holmes een mysterie op lost. Met informatie over de auteur, de Titanic, verschillende oefeningen en woordverklaringen in het Engels.

106. ———. Sherlock Holmes mysteries. Falls Church, VA: Commuters Library, 1997. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes.

Analog, Dolby processed. Great authors. Title from container. Unabridged.;

107. ———. Sherlock Holmes short stories. [Oxford]: Oxford University Press, 2000. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

Oxford bookworms library.; Stage 2.;

108. ———. Sherlock Holmes the adventures of the Sussex vampire and other stories. England: Trafalgar Square, 1999. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Analog.; The famous sleuth investigates a collection of mysteries.

109. ———. Sherlock Holmes the blue diamond. [Oxford]: Oxford University Press, 2002. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

Dominoes.; 1; Oxford English.;

110. ———. Sherlock Holmes the valley of fear. [London]: BBC, 2000. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

Analog. BBC Radio collection. Uniform Title: Valley of fear.;

111. ———. Sherlock Holmes, sign of the four. New York: BDD Audio ; Prince Frederick, MD ; [Distributed by] Recorded Books, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

BBC Radio. Analog, Dolby system. Unabridged. "An audio dramatization"--Container. At head of title: "BBC Radio presents.";

112. ———. Sherlock Holmes, the hound of the Baskervilles. New York: BDD Audio ; Prince Frederick, MD : [Distributed by] Recorded Books, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

Analog, Dolby system. Unabridged. "An audio dramatization"--Container. At head of title: "BBC Radio presents.";

113. ———. Sherlock Holmes, the hound of the Baskervilles. New York, NY; Prince Frederick, MD: BDD Audio. Distributed by Recorded Books, 1999 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson travel to the bleak wastes of Dartmoor to solve the mystery surrounding the late Sir Charles Baskerville and a ghostly hound

114. ———. Sherlock Holmes, the valley of fear. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

BBC Radio. Analog, Dolby system. "An audio dramatization"--Container. At head of title: "BBC Radio presents."; With the aid of a local guidebook, a missing dumbbell, and Doctor Watson's umbrella, Sherlock Holmes unravels a tangled web of clues to a murder which stretches over 15 years and two continents.

115. ———. The sign of four. Oxford: Heinemann International, 2003. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

Analog + Includes: 1 book (2002, 63 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.) Heinemann guided readers.; Intermediate level. Arthur Conan Doyle ; retold by Ann Collins ; illustrated by Kay Dixey.;

116. ———. The sign of the four. England?: BBC Worldwide, 1998 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; Jonathan Small, Brian Blessed ; Mary Morstan, Moir Leslie ; Abdullah Khan, Amerjit deu ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Thaddeus Sholto, Richard Tate ; Major Sholto, Michael Kilgarriff ; Bartholomew Sholto/Mahomet Singh, John Bull ; Inspector Jones, Siôn Probert ; Sherman, John Moffatt ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Mrs. Forrester, Elizabeth Mansfield ; Jacobson, Vincent Brimble. Performer Note: Alexander Balanescu, violin;

117. ———. Stories of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Harper Classsics, 1994. Sound Recording sound cassettes.

Analog. An unabridged recording of the short stories. Read by Basil Rathbone.;

118. ———. A study in scarlet. New York: BDD Audio, 1998 2 sound cassettes (120 min.).

Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. John Watson,Michael Williams ; Stamford, Paul Downing ; Stangerson, Matt Zimmerman ; Alice, Jane Slavin ; Drebber, Ed Bishop ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Mme. Charpentier, Marcia King ; Inspector Gregson, John Moffatt ; Inspector Lestrade, Donald Gee.P.C. Rance, Michael Kilgariff ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Jefferson Hope, Shane Rimmer ; John Ferrier, Christopher Good ; Brigham Young, Peter Carlisle ; Stangerson Snr., John Bull ; Lucy, Alice Arnold. Performer Note: Alexander Balanescu, violin; In this first Sherlock Holmes story, Dr. Watson is at a loose end until a chance encounter leads him to take rooms with a remarkable young man. The arrogant, irascible Sherlock Holmes is a master chemist, a talented musician and an expert on all aspects of crime. When Watson is drawn into the investigation of a bizarre murder in which Holmes is involved, he is unaware that it is the beginning of the most famous partnership in the history of criminal detection

119. ———. The valley of fear. [London]: BBC Worldwide Ltd. ; Hampton, NH ; [Distributed by] BBC Audiobooks America, 2003. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Analog. BBC Radio collection. "The finest in audio drama." Participants: Clive Merritson and Michael Williams ; with full-cast radio dramatization.; Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson respond to a coded warning when they arrived at a fortressed country house of the reclusive Jack Douglas, too late to prevent a tragic death. They must follow a series of clues in search of a murderer and establish a connection between the corpse with a missing face and a ruthless secret society which once terrorized a desolate region of the United States.

120. ———. The valley of fear. Spokane, WA: Books in Motion, 1994. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 5.6 hrs.).

Analog. Books in Motion: 572. "Unabridged." Read by David Sharp.; Sherlock Holmes takes on a peculiar case involving a sawed-off shotgun and a dead man clad only in a pink dressing gown.

121. ———. The valley of fear. New York: BDD Audio, 1998 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; John McMurdo, Iain Glen ; The narrator, Ronald Pickup ; Inspector MacDonald, Mark Bonnar ; White Mason, Timothy Bateson. Performer Note: Michael Haslam, piano ; Abigail Young, violin; With the aid of a local guidebook, a missing dumbbell, and Doctor Watson's umbrella, Sherlock Holmes unravels a tangled web of clues to a murder that stretches over 15 years and two continents

122. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Michael J. Bennet. The Hounds [i.e. Hound] of the Baskervilles. S.l.: Stradivari Audio Books ; Englewood Cliffs, NJ : Media Books [distributor], 1999. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hrs.).

analog, Dolby processed. Great mystery series. Abridged. Read by Michael J. Bennett.; The dramatic death of Sir Charles Baskerville brings Sherlock Holmes to the lonely, mysterious Devon moors to investigate the mystery.

123. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and H. Booraem. The sign of 4. Hendersonville, NC: The Blue Ridge Radio Players, 1997. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

Analog. Drama by H. Booraem.;

124. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Jeremy Brett, Edward Hardwicke, Michael Cochrane, and Stef Penney. The return of Sherlock Holmes. Watford, Herts. [England]: MCI Spoken Word, 1994. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr.).

Analog. "Two original TV productions with additional narration"--Container insert. Includes Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes, and Edward Hardwicke as Doctor Watson. Narrative script by Stef Penney ; read by Michael Cochrane.;

125. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Ralph Cosham. Sherlock Holmes classic mysteries. Falls Church, VA: Sound Room Pub., 1996. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed. Commuters library. Unabridged. Read by Ralph Cosham.;

126. ———. Sherlock Holmes mysteries. Falls Church, VA: Commuters Library ; Arlington, TX ; Distributed by Entertainment Software, Inc., 1997. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes.

Analog + Includes: 1 biography and notes insert. Great authors. Title from container and insert. In container, 23 x 24 cm. Performed by Ralph Cosham. Unabridged. Uniform Title: Selections. 1997.;

127. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Bert Coules, Clive Merrison, and Michael Williams. The return of Sherlock Holmes. New York: BDD Audio, 1994. Sound Recording sound cassettes (ca. 180 min./vol.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Participants: Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes, Michael Williams As Dr. Watson, etc.;

128. ———. The return of Sherlock Holmes volume 1. New York: BDD Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Dramatized by Bert Coules. Participants: Clive Merrison, Michael Williams.;

129. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Bert Coules, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, and Paul Downing. A study in scarlet. [England]: BBC Worldwide, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 130 min.).

BBC Radio 4. Dolby processed. BBC radio collection. "First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 3 and 10 November 1989"--Program guide. Program guide is inserted in container. "ZBBC 2132." Casts: Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Paul Downing. [directed by Ian Cotterell ; produced by David Johnston] ; dramatised by Bert Coules. Credits: Illustration by Michael Frith.; Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson, a famous pair of criminal detection, drawn into investigation of a bizarre murder.

130. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Walter Covell. His Last Bow. Portsmouth, RI: JimCin Recordings, 1994. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (8 hrs.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips. Read by Walter Covell.;

131. ———. Tales of the supernatural. Van Wyck, SC: NorthStar Pub. Co., 1996. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 360 min.).

Analog. "Unabridged on four 90-minute cassettes"--container. Reader: Walter Covell.; Seven short stories representative of Doyle's non-Holmes work.

132. ———. Tales of the supernatural. Newport Beach, CA: Books on Tape, 1996. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (1 hr. each).

Analog. Unabridged. Read by Walter Covell. Uniform Title: Short stories. Selections.; Fifteen stories dealing with spiritualism, Egyptian magic, psychometry, and other occult domains.

133. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Frederick Davidson. His Last Bow. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audiobooks, 1999. Sound Recording 5 sound cassettes (7 hrs., 30 min.).

analog. Unabridged. Read by Frederick Davidson.;

134. ———. A study in scarlet. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audiobooks, 1999. Sound Recording 3 sound cassettes (4.5 hr.).

Analog. Unabridged. A Sherlock Holmes mystery. In container (25 cm.). Read by Frederick Davidson.;

135. Doyle, Arthur Conan, A. P. Duchâteau, Peter Foreman, Stibane, and Luce Daniels. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Copenhagen: Alinea, 1998. Sound Recording 1 kassettebånd (72 min.); 1 bog (64 sider).

ill.;

136. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Peter Egan. Arthur Conan Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles. [S.l.]: Orbis, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr., 25 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Talking classics, 7. Orbis: TC NCC 007. Produced by Jigga Dunn. Abridged. Digitally mastered. In container (20 cm.). Read by Peter Egan.;

137. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and John Escott. Sherlock Holmes two plays. [Oxford]: Oxford University Press, 2000. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

Oxford English; Oxford bookworms, Playscripts. Stage 1. Text adaptation by John Escott.;

138. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Bob E. Flick, and Perry Jacob. The Lost World. [Topanga, CA]: Ziggurat Productions, 1997. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

analog. "Audio movie"--Container. Participants: Full cast production with original music sound effects and sonic soundscape imagery performed by Third Ear Radio Theatre. Produced, engineered, sound effects, and original music by Bob E. Flick ; produced, directed, and sound effects by Perry Jacob.;

139. ———. The Lost World. [Topanga, CA]: [Star Quest Entertainment?], 1996. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

analog. Produced, engineered, sound effects, and sonic soundscape design, original music composed and performed by Bob E. Flick ; produced, directed, and sound effects by Perry Jacob ; cover illustration by Eleanor Kish. In one container.;

140. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Flo Gibson. The Lost World. Washington, D.C.: Audio Book Contractors, 1999. Sound Recording 5 sound cassettes (7 hrs.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips. Narrated by Flo Gibson. In container (23 cm.).;

141. ———. A study in scarlet. Washington, DC: Audio Book Contractors, 1999. Sound Recording 3 sound cassettes (4 hrs.).

Analog. Read by Flo Gibson.; This murder mystery involves two continents, a love story, Mormons and myriad complications.

142. ———. Through the magic door. Washington, DC: Audio Book Contractors Inc., 2002. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (300 min.).

Analog. Narrated by Flo Gibson.; Originally published in 1907, 'Through the magic door' is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's heartfelt and instructive tour of his personal library.

143. ———. The valley of fear. Washington, DC: Audio Book Contractors, 2002. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 360 min.).

Analog. Narrated by Flo Gibson.;

144. Doyle, Arthur Conan, John Gielgud, and Ralph Richardson. The best of Sherlock Holmes. London: Hodder Headline Audiobooks, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 6 sound cassettes in 3 containers (ca. 6 hr.).

Golden days of radio. Dramatisations of Conan Doyle's stories first broadcast in the 1950s. [featuring] Sir John Gielgud, Sir Ralph Richardson.;

145. ———. The best of Sherlock Holmes. München: Der Hör Verlag, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 120 min.).

stereo. Audio books, 233. "Produktion: BBC 1951." Sir John Gielgud, Sir Ralph Richardson et al.;

146. ———. Sherlock Holmes. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (360 min.).

Analog. Nostalgia radio. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes) ; Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson).; Radio enactments of twelve stories featuring the sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr. Watson.

147. ———. Sherlock Holmes. Volume 2. Petaluma, CA: Mind's Eye, 1999. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Title from container. Cassettes have been previously issued individually and as parts of other compilations. Date on cassettes: p1983. Participants: Starring: John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson.;

148. ———. Sherlock Holmes. Volume 3. Petaluma, CA: Mind's Eye, 1999. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Title from container. Cassettes have been previously issued individually and as parts of other compilations. Date on cassettes: p1983. Participants: Starring: John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson.;

149. Doyle, Arthur Conan, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, and Orson Welles. Sherlock Holmes [a Baker's Street dozen]. Saint Paul, MN: Highbridge, 2001. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes.

Analog. Subtitle from container. Radio adaptations of stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. Featuring Sir John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes, Ralph Richardson as Dr. Watson, and Orson Welles as Professor Moriarty.;

150. ———. Sherlock Holmes: a Baker Street dozen. St. Paul, MN: Highbridge ; Novato, CA. : Soundelux, p1983., 2002. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (60 min. each).

analog. Title from container. Licensed from Charles Michelson, Inc. (copyright 1953). Cassettes individually produced in 1983 by Soundelux Audio Publishing. Distributed as a set under collective title by HighBridge Company. Participants: Sir John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, and Orson Welles.;

151. ———. Sherlock Holmes: the classics. Novato, CA: Soundelux, 1997. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (218 min.).

analog. "Full cast dramatization, with sound effects and music"--Container. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Watson), Orson Welles (Moriarty).;

152. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and William Gillette. Sherlock Holmes. Carol Stream, IL: Oasis Audio, 2003. Sound Recording 2 sound discs (120 min.).

Digital ; 4 3/4 in. + Includes: 2 sound cassettes : analog. Includes Selecting a ghost, a short story -- container. Performed by California Artists Radio Theatre. by Arthur Conan Doyle & William Gillette.;

153. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Janice Greene. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Irvine, CA: Saddleback Pub., 2001. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (84 min., 35 sec.).

analog + Includes: 1 paperback book (80 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.) + 1 study guide (48 p. ; 28 cm.) Saddleback classics. Book is adapted by Janice Greene. Guide includes reproducible worksheets to review, test or enrich the student's grasp of important vocabulary and concepts. Adapted to a reading level that never exceeds grade 4.0.; The clever detective Sherlock Holmes, along with Dr. Watson, solves another case.

154. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Edward Hardwicke. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Episode 2. [S.l.]: CSA elltapes, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 173 min.).

Date on container: p1995. Read by Edward Hardwicke.;

155. ———. Sherlock Holmes 3 tales of avarice. Auburn, CA: Audio Partners Pub. Group, 2000. Sound Recording (cassettes) 2 sound cassettes (3 hr.).

analog. Audio Editions mystery masters. Unabridged. Read by Edward Hardwicke.;

156. ———. Sherlock Holmes 3 tales of betrayal. Auburn, CA: Audio Partners Pub. Group, 2000. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hr.).

analog. Read by Edward Hardwicke.;

157. ———. Sherlock Holmes 3 tales of intrigue. Auburn, CA: Audio Partners, 2000. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (2 hr., 30 min.).

analog. Read by Edward Hardwicke.;

158. ———. Sherlock Holmes tales of avarice. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada ; Amherst, NY: Tangled Web Audio, 1996. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hr.).

analog. Read by Edward Hardwicke. Producer, Stuart Owen.;

159. ———. Sherlock Holmes tales of betrayal. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada ; Amherst, NY: Tangled Web Audio, 1996. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hr.).

analog. Read by Edward Hardwicke. Producer, Stuart Owen.;

160. ———. Sherlock Holmes tales of intrigue. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada ; Amherst, NY: Tangled Web Audio, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr., 30 min.).

analog. Read by Edward Hardwicke. Producer, Stuart Owen.;

161. ———. Sherlock Holmes tales of suspense. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Amherst, NY: Tangled Web Audio, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog. Read by Edward Hardwicke. Producer, Stuart Owen.;

162. ———. Sherlock Holmes: 3 tales of intrigue. Auburn, CA: Audio Partners, 2001. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (2 hr., 30 min.).

analog. Audio Editions mystery masters. Unabridged stories. "Originally published by Tangled Web Audio, Ontario, Canada"--Container. Read by Edward Hardwicke.;

163. ———. Six great adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Carle Place, NY: Cimino Pub. Group, 1996. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 360 min.).

1 7/8 ips, stereo. Container title. Dates vary on cassettes : 1993-1994. Read by Edward Hardwicke.;

164. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Paul Hecht. The Lost World. Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 1995. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (8.5 hrs.).

analog. Unabridged. Narrated by Paul Hecht.;

165. ———. The poison belt. Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 1996. Sound Recording 3 sound cassettes (3.5 hrs.).

analog. Unabridged. Narrated by Paul Hecht.;

166. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Patrick Horgan. Best of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 1. Redmond, WA: Countertop Software/Topics Entertainment, 2000. Sound Recording (cassette) 10 sound cassettes.

analog. The literate listener. "3 unabridged books on 10 cassettes"--Container. "Audio book collection"--Container. Read by Patrick Horgan.;

167. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Derek Jacobi. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Bath [England]: Chivers Audio Books; Hampton, NH : BBC Audiobooks America, 2002. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (6 hrs., 42 min.).

analog. "Complete & unabridged." Read by Sir Derek Jacobi.;

168. ———. The sign of the four. Bath, England: BBC Audiobooks, 2006. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (4 hrs., 30 min.).

1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed, stereo ; in 1 container. Chivers audio books. BBC Audiobooks: CAB 3002. Complete & unabridged. Narrator : Derek Jacobi.;

169. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Alexander John. Round the fire stories. Oxford, England: ISIS Audio Books ; Wrentham, MA : Sold in the United States by Dual Dolphin Pub., 1994. Sound Recording 7 sound cassettes.

ISIS Audio Books. analog, stereo., Dolby processed.; Seventeen stories of suspense and adventure, chosen by the author, dealing with murder, madness, ghosts, unsolved crimes, diabolical traps, and other horrors.

170. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Freddie Jones. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London ; New York: Penguin Audiobooks, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog. "Abridged"--Insert. Read by Freddie Jones.; The ancient legend of the hound of the Baskervilles persisted in family history for generations. When Sir Charles is found dead in the grounds of Baskerville Hall, it is this mystery that brings Sherlock Holmes to the scene of one of his most famous cases.

171. ———. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: Penguin Audiobooks, 1996. Sound Recording 2 cassettes (180 min.).

analog, stereo., Dolby processed. Children's classics; Puffin classics. Read by Freddie Jones.;

172. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Freddie Jones, and Elizabeth Bland. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: Penguin, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Puffin audiobooks. Read by Freddie Jones. [Abridged by Elizabeth Bland].;

173. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Bruce Joseph. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Okemos, MI: Literature on Tape, 1995. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (5 hr., 15 min.).

analog. Read by Bruce Joseph.;

174. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Charles Keating. The red-headed league. Old Greenwich, CT: Listening Library, 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (67 min.).

analog, Dolby processed + Includes: 1 book (63 p. ; 23 cm.) + 1 teacher's guide (1 p., folded into 6 p. ; 22 cm.) The creative short story audio library. Based on Creative Education's creative short story book series. With the book published: Mankato, MN : Creative Education, Inc., c1990 (63 p. ; 23 cm.) Narrated by Charles Keating.;

175. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Ben Kingsley. A treasury of Sherlock Holmes. Beverly Hills, CA: New Millennium Audio, 2003. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 4.5 hrs.).

Dolby processed. "A collection of seven great stories."--Container. "Unabridged."--Container. Performed by Ben Kingsley.;

176. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Christopher Lee. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes. London: Harper Collins, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips. Unabridged. Read by Christopher Lee.;

177. ———. Christopher Lee reads Sherlock Homes the Adventure of the Sussex Vampire & other stories. London: HarperCollins Audio Books, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog. In container (23 cm.) Read by Christopher Lee.;

178. ———. Valley of fear. [UK]: Leopard Audiobooks, 1996. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

analog, 1 7/8 ips. Read by Christopher Lee.;

179. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Christopher Lee, and Tony Britton. Sherlock Holmes Valley of fear ; and the Hound of the Baskervilles. [Burlington, Ontario, Canada]: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1994. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (6 hrs.).

analog, Dolby-processed. Christopher Lee reads Valley of fear ; Tony Britton reads The hound of the Baskervilles.;

180. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Michael Leighton. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [London?]: Castle Communications, 1994. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 120 min.).

analog, Dolby. Times audio library. Abridged for audio. Narrated by Michael Leighton.;

181. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Edith Meiser, John Stanley, and Alfred Shirley. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Schiller Park, IL: Radio Spirits, 2002. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. World's 30 greatest mysteries. "Live radio program"--Cassette. Title on container: The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. "Free audiobook"--Container. John Stanley as Sherlock Holmes ; Alfred Shirley as Dr. Watson. Written by Edith Meiser ; produced and directed by Basil Loughrane ; production of Old Time Radio.;

182. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Edith Meiser, John Stanley, Alfred Shirley, and Charles D. Penman. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Schiller Park, IL: Radio Spirits, 2001. Sound Recording 10 sound cassettes.

analog. + Includes: 1 booklet (32 p. : ill. ; 13 cm.). Smithsonian collection (Radio Spirits, Inc.) Stories and characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with scripts by Edith Meiser. At head of title: Old-time radio. John Stanley as Sherlock Holmes ; Alfred Shirley as Dr. Watson ; Charles D. Penman as Professor Moriarty.; Twenty of Sherlock Holmes' greatest radio adventures from the long-lost 1947-48 radio season.

183. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Alexander Balanescu, Bert Coules, Ian Cotterell, and David Johnston. A study in scarlet. New York: BDD Audio, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (120 min.).

BDD Audio (Firm). BBC Radio. analog, Dolby processed + Includes: 1 credit list (11 cm.) At head of title: BBC Radio presents. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. John Watson,Michael Williams ; Stamford, Paul Downing ; Stangerson, Matt Zimmerman ; Alice, Jane Slavin ; Drebber, Ed Bishop ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Mme. Charpentier, Marcia King ; Inspector Gregson, John Moffatt ; Inspector Lestrade, Donald Gee.P.C. Rance, Michael Kilgariff ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Jefferson Hope, Shane Rimmer ; John Ferrier, Christopher Good ; Brigham Young, Peter Carlisle ; Stangerson Snr., John Bull ; Lucy, Alice Arnold. Alexander Balanescu, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Ian Cotterell ; producer, David Johnston.;

184. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, and Bert Coules. The Complete Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes. London: BBC Worldwide, 1998. Sound Recording 36 sound cassettes (48 hr., 10 min.).

BBC Radio 4. ; BBC Worldwide Ltd. analog, stereo., Dolby processed. Radio collection BBC. Variation: BBC radio collection. Includes small guide book to the radio series by Bert Coules. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams.;

185. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Bert Coules, Ian Cotterell, David Johnston, and Alexander Balanescu. The sign of the four. [England?]: BBC Worldwide, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

BBC Radio 4. BBC Worldwide Ltd. analog, stereo., Dolby processed. Radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; Jonathan Small, Brian Blessed ; Mary Morstan, Moir Leslie ; Abdullah Khan, Amerjit deu ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Thaddeus Sholto, Richard Tate ; Major Sholto, Michael Kilgarriff ; Bartholomew Sholto/Mahomet Singh, John Bull ; Inspector Jones, Siôn Probert ; Sherman, John Moffatt ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Mrs. Forrester, Elizabeth Mansfield ; Jacobson, Vincent Brimble. Alexander Balanescu, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Ian Cotterell ; producer, David Johnston.;

186. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Bert Coules, Enyd Williams, Michael Haslam, and Ian Humphries. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [London?]: BBC Worldwide, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

analog, stereo., Dolby processed. BBC radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; Mrs. Hudson, Judi Dench ; Sir Charles Baskerville, Donald Sinden ; Sir Henry Baskerville, Mark Leake ; Stapleton, Ian Masters ; Dr. Mortimer, Roger May ; Barrymore, Don McCorkindale./ Michael Haslam, piano ; Ian Humphries, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Enyd Williams.;

187. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Bert Coules, Enyd Williams, Michael Haslam, and Abigail Young. The valley of fear. New York: BDD Audio, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

BDD Audio (Firm). BBC Radio. analog, Dolby processed + Includes: 1 credits list (11 cm.). At head of title: BBC Radio presents. "An audio dramatization"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; John McMurdo, Iain Glen ; The narrator, Ronald Pickup ; Inspector MacDonald, Mark Bonnar ; White Mason, Timothy Bateson./ Michael Haslam, piano ; Abigail Young, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Enyd Williams.;

188. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Roger Danes, Bert Coules, Peter Ling, Enyd Williams, Patrick Rayner, and Leonard Friedman. His Last Bow, Vol. 1. London: BBC Worldwide, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

analog. BBC radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams. Leonard Friedman, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules, Roger Danes, Peter Ling ; directors, Patrick Rayner, Enyd Williams.;

189. ———. Sherlock Holmes, his last bow. volume 1 & 2. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (5 hr., 50 min.).

BBC Radio 4. analog. BBC radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison, Dr. Watson, Michael Williams and a full cast./ Leonard Friedman, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules, Roger Danes, Peter Ling ; directors, Patrick Rayner, Enyd Williams.;

190. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Robert Forrest, Bert Coules, Peter Ling, Enyd Williams, Patrick Rayner, and Leonard Friedman. His Last Bow, Vol. 2. London: BBC Worldwide, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

analog. BBC radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams. Leonard Friedman, violin. Dramatized by Robert Forrest, Bert Coules, Peter Ling ; directors, Patrick Rayner, Enyd Williams.;

191. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Brian Murray. Listen & Read Sherlock Holmes stories. Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, 1997. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (90 min.).

analog, Dolby processed + Includes: 1 book (107 p. ; 21 cm.) "Dover audio thrift classics"--Container. Includes book: Six great Sherlock Holmes stories Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. New York : Dover Publications, 1992. (Dover thrift editions). Read by Brian Murray.;

192. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Michael Page. The Sherlock Holmes collection. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1994. Sound Recording 3 sound cassettes (9 hrs.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips. Unabridged. Read by Michael Page.;

193. ———. A study in scarlet and, The sign of four. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1994. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (9 hrs.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips. Unabridged. "From the Sherlock Holmes collection." "Brilliance Corporation's Classic collection"--Container. In container (23 cm.) Read by Michael Page.;

194. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Nathaniel Parker. The Lost World. [London]: Penguin, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Puffin audiobooks. Abridged. Read by Nathaniel Parker.;

195. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Walter Pauk, and Raymond Harris. The Musgrave Ritual adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle. Southfield, MI: Readings for the Blind, 1994. Sound Recording Sound cassette.

analog, 3 3/4 ips, 2 track. A Jamestown classic. Adapted from a short story of the same title by Arthur Conan Doyle. Also available in 1 7/8 ips. Student Booklet, No. 533. Print ed. published by: Providence, R.I. : Jamestown, 1976. Audience: Grades 6-8. Walter Pauk, Raymond Harris.;

196. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Edward Raleigh. The adventure of the blanched soldier. New York: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processing. "Paperback audio"--Container. Additional title on side 2: The adventure of the veiled lodger. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

197. ———. The adventure of the Bruce-Partington plans. Niagara Falls, NY: Durkin Hayes, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 67 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Paperback audio. Read by Edward Raleigh.; National security is at stake when Sherlock Holmes' brother Mycroft, a British government policy-maker, requests Sherlock's help in solving a case of a young man found dead on the underground and carrying technical papers.

198. ———. The adventure of the illustrious client. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog, Dolby-processed. Paperback audio. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

199. ———. The adventure of the Lion's Mane; The adventure of the mazarin stone. [New York]: Durkin Hayes Audio, 1998. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (75 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Unabridged. Read by Edward Raleigh.; Adventure of the Lion's Mane: At the seaside, an agonizingly wounded young man staggers toward Holmes, shrieks "the Lion's Mane," and dies on the spot. Adventure of the mazarin stone: Count Sylvius stole the crown jewel, but he must kill Holmes to get away with his crime. Holmes doesn't want to arrest him without the stone, so he's ready to risk his life with an astounding trick.

200. ———. The adventure of the retired colourman. New York: Durkin Hayes, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette.

analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

201. ———. The adventure of the solitary cyclist. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 98 min.).

analog, Dolby-processed. Paperback audio. Title from container. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

202. ———. The adventure of the Sussex vampire. New York: Durkin Hayes, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (74 min.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed. "Paperback audio"--Container. Read by Edward Raleigh.; At the request of Dr. Watson's friend, Sherlock Holmes begins a hunt to find a vampire.

203. ———. Adventure of the three gables. U.S.A.: Durkin Hayes Audio, 1998. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 75 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Paperback audio. Unabridged. In container (18 cm.) Read by Edward Raleigh.;

204. ———. The adventure of Wisteria Lodge. New York: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processing. "Paperback audio"--Container. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

205. ———. A Case of Identity, and the Adventure of the Abbey Grange. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 90 min.).

analog, Dolby-processed. Paperback audio. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

206. ———. The Navy treaty. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes, 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (71 min.).

analog, Dolby-processed. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

207. ———. The problem of Thor Bridge. [S.l.]: Durkin Hayes, 1998. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. Unabridged. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

208. ———. The return of Sherlock Holmes. [Niagara Falls, NY]: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1998. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hr.).

analog, Dolby processed. Unabridged. Read by Edward Raleigh. Uniform Title: Return of Sherlock Holmes. Selections.;

209. ———. Sherlock Holmes. [Niagara Falls, NY]: DH Audio, 1999. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 100 min.).

Analog. DH Audio mystery. Paperback audio. Title from container. "P1998"--Container. "Unabridged"--Container. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

210. ———. Sherlock Holmes the adventure of the musgrave ritual ; The adventure of the blue carbuncle. Niagara Falls, NY: Durkin Hayes, 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 90 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Paperback audio. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

211. ———. Sherlock Holmes the world's greatest detective. Burlington, Ont. ; Niagara Falls, NY: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1995. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (5 hr., 30 min.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Container title. Previously released as two two-cassette sets, the numbering sequence of cassette sides (1-4) is repeated on both sets. Durkin Hayes : LFB 9522 (additional nos. on cassettes: DHP 7387 and DHP 7400). Read by Edward Raleigh.; Contains a selection of short stories from The return of Sherlock Holmes, continuing the adventures of the famous detective (whom the author had tried to kill off in his previous collection The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes).

212. ———. Stories from the adventures of Sherlock Holmes a scandal in Bohemia. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1997. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (2 hr., 26 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Read by Edward Raleigh. Uniform Title: Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Selections.;

213. ———. Stories from the Return of Sherlock Holmes. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

214. ———. Stories from the return of Sherlock Holmes the adventure of the empty house. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (2 hr., 30 min.).

Analog, Dolby-processed. Container title. In case (18 cm.). Read by Edward Raleigh.;

215. ———. Stories from the return of Sherlock Holmes the adventure of the six Napoleons. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (2 hr., 55 min.).

analog, Dolby-processed. Read by Edward Raleigh. Uniform Title: Return of Sherlock Holmes.;

216. ———. Stories from the return of Sherlock Holmes the Boscombe Valley mystery. Burlington, Ont.: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1997. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (2 hr., 28 min.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed. Read by Edward Raleigh.;

217. ———. Stories from the return of Sherlock Holmes. The adventure of the dancing men. Burlington, Ont., Canada ; Niagara Falls, N.Y.: Durkin Hayes Pub., 1996. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr., 30 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Read by Edward Raleigh. Uniform Title: Return of Sherlock Holmes. Selections.;

218. ———. The world's most famous detective four cassette Sherlock Holmes mystery collection. Niagara Falls, NY: Durkin Hayes, 1997. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 5 hr.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Unabridged short story collections. Four unabridged stories. Title from container. Durkin Hayes: PAUB-006 (on cassette labels: DHP 7734, DHP 7714, DHP 7897, DHP 7908). Read by Edward Raleigh. Uniform Title: Short stories. Selections.;

219. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Basil Rathbone. The Adventure of the Speckled Band. The Final Problem. New York: Harper Audio, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (52 min.).

analog, Dolby. Stories of Sherlock Holmes, v. 1; Harper classics. Title from container. Unabridged stories. Participants: Basil Rathbone.; In "The Adventure of the Speckled Band" a murder takes place in a country manor house by way of a most unusual murder instrument. In "The Final Problem" Holmes matches wits with Professor Moriarty in a chase across Europe.

220. ———. Basil Rathbone reads the Sherlock Holmes audio collection. London: Harper Collins Audio, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes.

analog, Dolby processed. Abridged.;

221. ———. The redheaded league. New York: HarperCollins, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 53 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Stories of Sherlock Holmes ; vol. 4; Harper classics. Unabridged. Performed by Basil Rathbone.;

222. ———. A scandal in Bohemia. New York: Harper Classics, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 50 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Stories of Sherlock Holmes ; vol. 2. Unabridged. Performed by Basil Rathbone.;

223. ———. Silver blaze. New York: Harper Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

analog, Dolby processed. Harper classics. Unabridged. "Performed by Basil Rathbone.";

224. ———. The stories of Sherlock Holmes. New York, NY: Harper Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

Analog. Read by Basil Rathbone.; Holmes solves the mystery surrounding the death of a young woman in "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," and vows to end the criminal reign of Professor Moriarty in "The Final Problem."

225. ———. Stories of Sherlock Holmes, vol. 3. Silver Blaze. New York: Harper Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Performed by Basil Rathbone.; A magnificent race horse vanishes, his trainer murdered - a curious challenge for master sleuth Sherlock Holmes.

226. ———. The stories of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 1. New York: Harper Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (51 min.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Harper Classics. Harper Audio: HC 1172. Title on container: The adventures of the speckled band/The final problem. Previously released material. Read by Basil Rathbone.; In "The adventures of the speckled band," a murder takes place in a country manor house and it's up to Sherlock Holmes to prevent a second. In "The final problem" Holmes appears to have been killed by Moriarty.

227. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Nick Rawlinson. The White Company. Oxford, England: ISIS Audio Books ; West Seneca, NY : Ulverscroft Large Print Books (USA), Inc., 2004. Sound Recording 14 sound cassettes (ca. 16 hr., 40 min.).

Analog. Complete and unabridged. Originally published in 1891. Read by Nick Rawlinson.; "The White Company is a motley group of English mercenaries, fighting under the leadership of Sir Nigel Loring. Bound by an unquestioning respect for social order, patriotism and a lust for adventure, the company makes its way to France to fight in the local wars. Encountering pirate ships and other dramas during their crossing, they finally land at Bordeaux and become involved with the fighting at the siege of the Château of Villefranch du Périgord and in the Spanish Pyranees."--Container.

228. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Ralph Richardson, and John Gielgud. The Best of Sherlock Holmes. 2. London: Hodder, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 120 min.).

1 7/8 ips. Hodder Headline audiobooks; Golden days of radio. John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes and Ralph Richardson as Dr Watson. First broadcast in the 1950s.;

229. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Ralph Richardson, John Gielgud, and Orson Welles. Sherlock Holmes original radio broadcast. Los Angeles, CA: Dove Audio, 1997. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (120 min.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Golden age of radio. Dramatization with Sir John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes ; Sir Ralph Richardson as Watson ; and Orson Welles as Dr. Moriarty (The Final Problem). Produced by NBC in 1955 for the BBC. Uniform Title: Short stories. Selections.;

230. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Germán Robles. Las aventuras de Sherlock Holmes una colección de siete grandes historias. Beverly Hills, CA: Dove Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (5 hrs., 40 min.).

analog. Dove Audio: 80430. Participants: Narración: Germán Robles.;

231. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and David Sharp. A Baker's Street dozen, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 8 sound cassettes (11 hrs.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips. Read by David Sharp.;

232. ———. The valley of fear. Spokane, WA: Books in Motion, 1995. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (5 hr., 36 min.).

Analog, 1 7/8 ips. "Unabridged". Participants: David Sharp.;

233. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Michael Sollazzo. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's the adventures of Sherlock Holmes. [S.l.]: Monterey Movie Co., 1998. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 240 min.).

Analog, 1 7/8 ips. Performed by the St. Charles Players. Produced, directed and adapted by Michael Sollazzo.;

234. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and George Takei. Sherlock Holmes' last adventures. Plymouth, MN: AudioScope ; Distributed in the USA by K-tel International, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Analog, stereo., Dolby processed. Read by George Takei. Uniform Title: Selections. 1995.;

235. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and David Timson. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. IV. Franklin, Tenn.: NAXOS AudioBooks, 2001. Sound Recording (cassette) 3 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hrs, 31 min.).

analog. + Includes: i booklet. Classic literature with classical music. Unabridged. Read by David Timson.;

236. ———. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. volume V. Franklin, Tenn.: NAXOS AudioBooks, 2002. Sound Recording (cassette) 3 sound cassettes (ca. 4 hrs.).

Classic literature with classical music. Unabridged. Read by David Timson. Music: Dvorak and Greig.;

237. ———. The return of Sherlock Holmes I. Franklin, TN: Naxos AudioBooks, 2004. Sound Recording (cassettes) 3 sound cassettes (3:32:12).

Digital. Unabridged. Read by David Timson.; Sherlock Holmes takes on four new cases and, as always, is assisted by his friend Dr. Watson.

238. ———. A study in scarlet. Franklin, TN: Naxos, 2002. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (approx. 4 hr., 46 min.).

analog, Dolby processed + Includes: program notes. Classic literature with classical music. Read by David Timson. Producer, Nicolas Soames ; editor, Sarah Butcher.;

239. Doyle, Arthur Conan, David Timson, and Heather Godwin. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. I. [Germany?]: NAXOS AudioBooks, 1998. Sound Recording (cassette) 3 sound cassettes (3 hr., 31 min., 20 sec.).

analog, Dolby processed. Classic literature with classical music.; Classic fiction. Read by David Timson. Abridged by Heather Godwin.;

240. ———. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. II. [Germany?]: NAXOS AudioBooks, 1999. Sound Recording (cassette) 3 sound cassettes (3 hr., 31 min., 20 sec.).

analog, Dolby processed. Classic literature with classical music.; Classic fiction. Read by David Timson. Abridged by Heather Godwin.;

241. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Patrick Tull. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 1998. Sound Recording 5 sound cassettes (7 hrs.) + Includes: 1 book (124 p. ; 21 cm.).

Mystery on cassette with book. Unabridged. Recorded Books: 40352 (set). Recorded Books: 91333 (cassette). Includes book: The hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dover, 1994. Narrated by Patrick Tull.; The dramatic death of Sir Charles Baskerville brings Sherlock Holmes to the lonely, mysterious Devon moors to investigate the mystery.

242. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Marian Waldman. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Toronto: Scenario Productions, 2001. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hrs.).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. analog. Adventure series ; no. 1; SP audio classics. "From the archives of CBC Radio." "The adventures of Sherlock Holmes." Originally broadcast 1968. Cast: Henry Comor, Gerard Parkes, Gillie Fenwick, Moya Fenwick, Chris Wiggans, Norman Welsh, Alfred Gallagher, Paul Harding, Diana Barrington. [Adapted by Marian Waldman].;

243. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and John Whitaker. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes in The adventures of Sherlock Holmes and A study in scarlet. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Media Books, 1999. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (9 hrs.).

analog. Abridged. Read by John Whitaker.;

244. Doyle, Arthur Conan, John Whitaker, and Barry Faldner. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. S.l.: Stradivari Audio Books, 1999. Sound Recording (cassette) 4 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hrs.).

digital, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed ; 3 7/8 x 2 in., 1/8 in tape. Great Mystery series. Abridgment by Barry Faldner. Read by John Whitaker.; Along the foggy and sinister streets of London and the mysterious London countryside, Sherlock Holmes and the good Doctor Watson are called upon to solve the seemingly unsolvable.

245. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Robert Whitfield. Memories and Adventures. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audiobooks, 1999. Sound Recording 10 sound cassettes (1 1/2 hr. ea.).

1 7/8 ips. Unabridged. Read by Robert Whitfield.;

246. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Fred Williams. The Lost World. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audio Books, 1994. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (ca. 9 hrs.).

analog. Unabridged. Read by Fred Williams.;

247. ———. The poison belt. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audiobooks, 1999. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (360 min.).

analog. Unabridged. Read by Fred Williams.;

248. ———. Tales of terror and mystery. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audiobooks, 1998. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (9 hrs).

analog ; 1 7/8 ips. Unabridged. Read by Fred Williams.;

249. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Douglas Wilmer. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. London: Penguin, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) sound cassettes <v. 1->.

Penguin audiobooks. Read by Douglas Wilmer.;

250. ———. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 3. [London]: Penguin, 1998. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Penguin audiobooks. Abridged. Read by Douglas Wilmer.;

251. ———. Four Great Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Uniform Title: Short stories. Selections. London: Penguin Audiobooks, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hr., 30 min.).

analog. Penguin classics Variation: Penguin classics (Sound recording). Complete and unabridged stories. Read by Douglas Wilmer. Produced by Philip Porter.;

252. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Douglas Wilmer, and Neville Teller. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. London: Penguin Audiobooks, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hr.).

analog. Penguin audiobooks. Abridged by Neville Teller. Read by Douglas Wilmer. Produced by Philip Porter.;

253. ———. The sign of four. London: Manufactured and distributed by Penguin Books, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Penguin audiobooks. Read by Douglas Wilmer. [abridged by Neville Teller].;

254. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Lesley Young, and Carl Rigg. Four Short Stories. [Unterhaching, Germany]: Naxos AudioBooks, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (2 hr., 34 min., 43 sec.).

analog, Dolby processed. Naxos AudioBooks: NA205014 (NA205014, NA205024). Abridged by Leslie Young. Read by Carl Rigg.; Presents four short stories of mystery and suspense which take place in England during the early 1900s. Includes instrumental interludes.

255. Eidelberg, Robert. Detectives stories for thinking, solving, and writing. Princeton, NJ: Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2002. Sound Recording Sound cassettes (60 minutes).

analog, 15/16 ips, 4 track, mono. Originally published: New York, N.Y. : Amsco School Publications, c2000. Audience: [Grades 9-12]. Distribution is restricted to RFB & D members who have a documented print disability such as a visual impairment, learning disability or other physical disability. [edited by] Robert Eidelberg.; [The] purpose [of this book is] to help students develop critical reading and writing skills by working with a collection of mystery stories. [This book includes] suspenseful stories and plays by well-known authors such as Agatha Christie, Lawrence Block, Frederick Knott (DIAL "M" FOR MURDER), Isak Dinesen, Donald E. Westlake, Susan Dunlap, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. [The] selections are in various writing styles and settings. Contemporary American authors are emphasized. A full-length play and a novella are included.-http://www.amscopub.com.

256. Engel, Elliot. Detecting Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: a light & enlightening look. Raleigh, NC: Authors Ink, 2000. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (48 min.).

analog.; Dr. Engel reveals the fascinating life led by the creator of Sherlock Holmes, a life which rivaled the suspense and surprises of his detective fiction.

257. Freeman, R. Austin, Clifford Ashdown, Arthur Morrison, Emmuska Orczy, Emile Gaboriau, William Le Quex, Anna Katharine Green, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Classic Detective Stories. Vol. III. Van Wyck, SC: NorthStar Audio Books, 1996. Sound Recording 7 sound cassettes (630 min.).

Unabridged. Various readers.;

258. French, Jim. The Quartermaine case [i.e., curse]. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1999 1 sound cassette.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Larry Albert. In the 2nd story: Cassie, Rebecca Stevenson. Event Note: Originally aired May 16, 1999;

259. ———. The sealed room Osterman's dream. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1998 1 sound cassette.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Lawrence Albert. In the 2nd story: Harry Nile, Phil Harper. Performer Note: Dave Adams, host. Event Note: Originally aired July 5, 1998; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle;

260. French, Jim, Arthur Conan Doyle, John Gilbert, Lawrence Albert, Sam Dalton, Peggy Jordan, Gregory Magyar, David Freed, Dave Adams, and Pat French. The secret of the fives The tide pool. [San Francisco]: TransMedia, 1999. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. Imagination theater ; 148. Credits spoken on recording. Includes commercial breaks. Participants: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Lawrence Albert. In the 2nd story: Sam Dalton, Peggy Jordan, Gregory Magyar, David Freed. Originally aired Jan. 17, 1999; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle. Executive producer, Dave Adams ; writer and producer, Jim French ; director, Pat French.; In the first story, Sherlock Holmes is hired by the American government to find out who is threatening to destroy buildings at the U.S. capitol. In the second story, an oozing alien life form steals the intelligence from a group of gifted children.

261. French, Jim, Arthur Conan Doyle, John Gilbert, Lawrence Albert, Phil Harper, Ross Perry, Terry McManus, Pat French, and Dave Adams. Poet of death Cleanup man. [San Francisco]: TransMedia, 1998. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. Imagination theater ; 114. Credits spoken on recording. Includes commercial breaks. Participants: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Larry Albert. In the 2nd story: Phil Harper, Ross Perry, Terry McManus./ Dave Adams, host. Originally aired May 17, 1998; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle. Executive producer, Dave Adams ; writer and producer, Jim French ; director, Pat French (1st story), Jim French (2nd story).; In the first story, a newly-written pastiche authorized by the estate of sir Arthur Conan Doyle finds Holmes and Watson on a case of murder. In the second story, a mystery man takes the law into his own hands when a crime wave hits a small town.

262. French, Jim, John Gilbert, Lawrence Albert, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes radio mysteries. Renton, WA: Topics Entertainment, 2001. Sound Recording 8 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hr.).

analog. Golden age of radio; History of radio. "The world's greatest detective! The history of radio"--Container. Participants: John Gilbert (Holmes) ; Lawrence Albert (Dr. Watson). Written and directed by Jim French.;

263. Frost, Mark, and David Warner. The 6 messiahs. Beverly Hills, CA: Dove Audio, 1995. Sound Recording (cassettes) 4 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hr.).

analog, Dolby processed. Abridged. Performed by David Warner.;

264. Gabriel, Gary. Other places, other times late 19th century & early 20th century British & European short stories. Fort Lee, NJ: Lend-a-Hand Society, 2001. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes.

analog. AudioDrama 101 ; v. 5. Participants: Voices of Tally Brolin, Anne Costello, Clayelle Dalferes, Herb Duncan, David Fulford, Tom Gerard, Bruce Bayley Johnson, Donald Kimmel, Vivian Landau, Jack Luceno, David Magee, Alexander Marshall, Fritz Michel, Corinne Orr, Jean Richards, Murray Roberts, Larry Robinson, Connie Roberick, Connie Roderick, Dan Stevens. Recorded, edited & mixed by John Rockwell at Cinema Sound Ltd., New York City. Produced & directed by Gary Gabriel.;

265. Gielgud, John. The Gielgud Collection. London: Hodder Headline Audiobooks, 2000. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr.).

"...brings together the work of Longfellow, Shakespeare and Edward Lear, plus Gielgud's memorable portrayal of Sherlock Holmes...and much-loved reading of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.

266. Gielgud, John, Ralph Richardson, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Golden Age of Radio Sherlock Holmes, vol. 2. Los Angeles: Dove Audio, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr.).

analog, stereo., Dolby processed. "Original radio broadcast"--Container. Title on container: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, vol. 2. Featuring Sir John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes ; Sir Ralph Richardson as Watson.;

267. ———. Sherlock Holmes. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1996. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (8 hr.).

analog. Metacom: J051--J052, J562--J565. Based on stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Participants: Sir John Gielgud, Sir Ralph Richardson. 6 episodes of the BBC Radio series originally broadcast in the U.S. in 1955.;

268. Gielgud, John, Ralph Richardson, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Edith Meiser. The Blackmailer. Scandal in Bohemia. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes, v. 1. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

269. ———. The Final Problem, The Empty House. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 5. Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

270. ———. The Norwood builder The speckled band. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 4. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

271. ———. The Red headed league; A case of identity. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 2. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

272. ———. The Second stain The solitary cyclist. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 5. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

273. ———. The Traitor Rare disease. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 3. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

274. Godden, Lynne. "Review--Four Sherlock Holmes Stories read by Douglas Wilmer." The Ritual, no. 15 (1995): 45-46.

275. Goldsmith, Francisca, and Phyllis Levy Mandell. "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes IV." School Library Journal 47, no. 9 (2001): 76.

Reviews the audiobook 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes IV.'

276. Greenberg, Martin. For the Good of the Firm : legal thrillers. Los Angeles: NewStar Media Inc. :; Produced and distributed by NewStar Pub., 1999. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hrs.).

analog, digitally mastered, Dolby processed. Unabridged short stories. Various performers. [edited by Martin Greenberg].;

277. Greenwood, L. B., and Roger Norman. Sherlock Holmes and the Thistle of Scotland. [Vancouver]: Library Services Branch, Province of British Columbia, 1994. Sound Recording 5 sound cassettes (6 hr., 15 min.).

analog, 4.75 cm/s, 2 track, mono. Ed. recorded: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1989. ISBN 0-671-65916-2. Container includes braille. "This audiobook is for the exclusive use of persons unable to read print because of a physical or visual disability"--Container. "#94-230" Read by Roger Norman. Issued also in printed form. L. B. Greenwood.; Writing with the full approval of the Conan Doyle estate, the author continues the tales of the legendary detective, Sherlock Holmes. A jewel passed down from Scottish royalty goes missing from the hair clip of its owner on her wedding day. Since it formed part of her marriage "estate" it must be found and Holmes is the only man who can find it.

278. Hardwicke, Edward, Arthur Conan Doyle, G. K. Chesterton, and Edgar Wallace. Classic Detective Stories. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Media Books Audio Pub., 2002. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hr.).

analog. Unabridged. Read by Edward Hardwicke.;

279. Hardyment, Christina. "Books: a Word in Your Ear; Arthur Conan Doyle: a Life by Hesketh Pearson Read by Tim Pigott- Smith Naxos, C3hrs, Pounds 8.99." The Independent (London), October 6, 2001: 11.

"The fact that Hesketh Pearson knew Conan Doyle, and that his life of the man who invented Sherlock Holmes was written before many of the Doyle papers disappeared into a lawsuit in which they are still unmeshed, gives his 1943 biography an interest all its own. Pearson makes good use of Doyle's 1924 autobiography, Memories and Adventures, so that we get a satisfying sense of the voice of a man who was, it seems, more mild Dr Watson than drug-addicted detective....But Doyle was a gentleman of the old school, dedicated to chivalric causes; his only regret was that people loved Holmes too much and Brigadier Gerard, his own favourite of his creations, too little. David Timson has abridged Pearson's words skilfully; Tim Pigott- Smith is a fine choice as reader. Let's hope Naxos will add Brigadier Gerard's exploits to their four sets of Sherlock Holmes's adventures."

280. Harris, Karen. "Media: Audiobooks." Booklist 97, no. 22 (2001): 2141.

Reviews three audiobooks. 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,' Volume IV, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and read by David Timson; 'The Hook,' by Donald Westlake and read by William Dufris; 'The Naked Detective,' by Laurence Shames and read by Ron McLarty.

281. Harte, Ben. "Spotlight on...audio books." People 53, no. 4 (2000): 41.

Reviews several audiobooks including 'Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of the Four.' "This atmospheric BBC dramatization of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's mystery stars Clive Merrison as the cocaine-using sleuth and Michael Williams (Mr. Judi Dench) as his sidekick. (BDD, $18)"

282. Hartshorn, Laurie. "Audiovisual media: Audiobooks." Booklist 92, no. 14 (1996): 1306.

Reviews the audiobooks 'Sherlock Holmes: Tale of Intrigue,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and 'Sherlock Holmes: Tales of Suspense,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

283. Higgins, Marilyn, and Phyllis Levy Mandell. "Other Places, Other Times: Late 19th Century & Early 20th Century British & European Short Stories, Vol. 5." School Library Journal 47, no. 9 (2001): 77.

Reviews the audiobook 'Other Places, Other Times: Late 19th Century & Early 20th Century British & European Short Stories, Vol 5.' Includes Doyle. (AudioDrama 101 Series). 6 audiocassettes. 1 hr. ea. Prod. by Lend-A-Hand Society. Dist. by Klarity Multimedia. 2000, 2001 release. ISBN 1-892077-04-3. $14.95. "Short stories by ten British and European writers of the late 19th and early 20th century are dramatized in full. The stories as well as the writers include the familiar and the unfamiliar. Among the well-known authors are Anton Chekhov, Robert Louis Stevenson, E.M. Forster, George Bernard Shaw, W. Somerset Maugham, Rudyard Kipling, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Lesser studied writers include Alphonse Daudet, Leonard Merrick, and Arthur Schnitzler."

284. Hipple, Ted. "Media: AUDIOBOOKS." Booklist 96, no. 18 (2000): 1765.

Reviews several audiobooks. 'Jane Eyre,' by Charlotte Bronte; 'Oliver Twist,' by Charles Dickens; 'Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of the Four,' by Arthur Conan Doyle.

285. Hjortsberg, William. Nevermore. San Jose, CA: Radio Theater ; Redwood Press, 1994. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog. Dramatized. With full music score and effects. Participants: George A. Rittenberg, Cal West, Allen Norris, Mike Collins, Kerry Bligh, Eric Haven, Ric Iverson, Valerie Millar, Alaena "Lorrie" Reeder, Jeff Gaylon, Mike Collins, Quentin G. Long. Recorded at Stone Arbor, San Jose, CA - Studio B. William Hjortsberg. Producer and director, Jan Newcombe Hodges ; composer and music direction, Marc Robinson.; In Roaring Twenties New York, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini investigate a manaical serial killer who murders in the precise manner of Edgar Allen Poe stories.

286. Joyce, Peter. Mysterious and Macabre. Middlesex, England: Assembled Stories, 1998. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (6 hr., 50 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Read by Peter Joyce.;

287. Kim, Ann. "Prepub audio." Library Journal 130, no. 8 (2005): 126.

Reviews several books released on audio format. "Prime Time," by Sandra Brown; "Poison Heart," by Mary Logue; "Match Me If You Can," by Susan Elizabeth Phillips; "Red Leaves," by Belva Plain; "The Sherlock Holmes Theatre," by Arthur Conan Doyle and Yuri Rasovsky.

288. King, Laurie R. The beekeeper's apprentice. Burlington, Ont: Durkin Hayes Publishing, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (186 min.).

Read by Megan Follows; Mary Russell, a brilliant and headstrong Oxford student, meets for the first time London's most legendary private eye and before long she finds herself on the trail of kidnappers, then in a race for time with a mysterious person who intends to kill both Holmes and herself

289. Kipling, Rudyard, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Stevenson Robert Louis, Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Allan Poe, H. G. Wells, and William Conrad. Escape. Vol. 1. Plymouth, MN: Adventures in Cassettes, 1994. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes.

analog ; 1 7/8 ips.;

290. Larson, Jeanette. "More British Sleuths." Booklist 97, no. 17 (2001): 1615.

Reviews three mystery audiobooks. 'The Fear Sign,' by Margery Allingham and read by Francis Matthews; 'The Secret of Annexe 3,' by Colin Dexter and read by Michael Pennington; 'Sherlock Holmes: 3 Tales of Avarice,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and read by Edward Hardwicke.

291. Levi, Peter. "Books on tape." Spectator 281, no. 8870 (1998): 29.

Reviews several books on audio tapes for the blind. 'Cider With Rosie,' by Laurie Lee; 'Spike Milligan at the Beeb'; 'Chinese Classic Stories,' by Lu Xun; 'A Study in Scarlet,' by Conan Doyle; 'Ethan Frome,' by Edith Wharton; 'Henry V.'

292. Macintyre, Ben. The Napoleon of crime: the life and times of Adam Worth, master thief. Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 1998 8 sound cassettes (11 hours, 15 min.) :; analog.

Narrated by Simon Prebble.;

293. Mandell, Phyllis Levy. "1998 SLJ's Audiovisual buyers' directory." School Library Journal 44, no. 8 (1998): 83.

Lists several educational videocassettes, videodiscs, slides prints, transparencies and educational games, and recordings released between January 1998 and December 1998. Includes an entry for Holmes: Sherlock Holmes: Tales of Mystery. 2 cassettes. 3 hrs. Tangled Web Audio. ISBN 1896552-24-2. $16.95.

294. ———. "Audio: Literature." School Library Journal 46, no. 8 (2000): 64.

Reviews several audiotapes on literature. 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes II'; 'Edgar Allan Poe's Stories & Tales II'; 'The Hound of the Baskervilles.'

295. ———. "Audiovisual review: Recordings." School Library Journal 43, no. 4 (1997): 80.

Presents a review of different music recordings with regards to language arts, literature, music and science. 'Book of Monsters'; 'The Castle in the Attic'; 'Sherlock Holmes: Tales of Betrayal'; 'Bodywise'; 'Interactive Animal Kit: Bears'; More.

296. Mandell, Phyllis Levy, and Sarah Smith. "Audiovisual Review: Audio: Literature." School Library Journal 45, no. 3 (1999): 156.

Reviews three audiobooks on literature. 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'; 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'; 'The Odyssey: Ain't Nothing Odd About the Odyssey.'

297. Martin, Tom, and Barry Moser. Great Ghost Stories. Orlando, FL: Magnetix Corp., 2001. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

mono., NAB standard. Books of wonder. Participants: Tom Martin. Audience: Grades 6-9 and older readers. Must have program eligibility; Access through the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress. selected by Barry Moser.; A collection of ghost stories by such authors as H.G. Wells, Madeleine L'Engle, and Bram Stoker.

298. Masters, Rosalind. "Review--'The Hound of the Baskervilles' Harper Collins Audio Book read by Tony Britton." The Ritual, no. 11 (1993): 36.

299. Maughan, Shannon. "Fall 2007 Audio." Publishers Weekly 254, no. 29 (2007): 28-34.

The article reviews several audio books including "The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes Volume One" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, read by David Timson. "These six cases are among the last undertaken by Holmes before he retired to the Sussex downs, (Naxos, July)"

300. ———. "Spoken Audio for Spring." Publishers Weekly 250, no. 5 (2003): 34.

Presents several audio recordings. 'The Girl Who Heard Dragons,' by Anne McCaffrey; 'Children of the Mind,' by Orson Scott; 'A Presumption of Death,' by Jill Paton Walsh and Dorothy L. Sayers; 'A Right to Die,' by Rex Stout. Also includes The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes VI by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Read by David Timson. Unabridged, three cassettes, three hours, $17.98; three CDs, $19.98, Feb.

301. McCormick, Moira. "Kids audio: A fourth-quarter blizzard of carols, lullabies and cartoon classics." Billboard 108, no. 34 (1996): 76.

Presents children's compact discs and cassettes released for the 1996 holiday season. Includes one item related to Holmes. "Willowdale Conn.-based Tanglewood, which recently signed renowned U.S. story-teller Jim Weiss' Greathall Productions for distribution in Canada, is releasing Weiss' complete line, including 'Sherlock Holmes For Children,' 'The Jungle Book' and 'Rip Van Winkle.'"

302. McCray, Nancy. "Audiovisual media: Audiobooks." Booklist 90, no. 14 (1994): 1385.

Reviews the sound recording 'Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes.'

303. Merrison, Clive, Michael Williams, and Arthur Conan Doyle. The valley of fear. New York: BDD Audio, 1999. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (3 hr.).

analog. BBC Radio presents. Full cast dramatization with music and sound effects. Originally broadcast as BBC Radio program. Participants: Performed by Clive Merrison, Michael Williams.;

304. Michaels, Barbara, and Ray Childs. Other worlds. Louisville, KY: American Printing House for the Blind, 2002. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

mono., NAB standard. Participants: Ray Childs. Must have program eligibility. Access through the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress.; A conference of specialists on the occult is convened to analyze two 19th century ghost hauntings, one in Tennessee, the other in Connecticut. Attended by such experts as Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the conference attempts to arrive at an explanation. By the author of The Dancing Floor.

305. Michaels, Barbara, and Barbara Rosenblat. Other worlds. New York: Harper Audio, 1999. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hr.).

analog, Dolby processed. Abridged. Read by Barbara Rosenblat. Produced and directed by Rick Harris ; abridged by Nevenah Smith.; Harry Houdini, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, psychoanalyst Nandor Fodor, and a mystery writer put their minds to solving a pair of mysteries involving families beset by poltergeist pranks and bewitched by inexplicable horrors.

306. ———. Other worlds. Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 1999. Sound Recording (cassettes) 5 sound cassettes (7 hr.).

analog. Unabridged. Read by Barbara Rosenblat.; Harry Houdini, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, psychoanalyst Nandor Fodor, and a mystery writer put their minds to solving a pair of mysteries involving families beset by poltergeist pranks and bewitched by inexplicable horrors.

307. Miller, Barry X., and Phyllis Levy Mandell. "Multimedia Review: Audio." School Library Journal 47, no. 1 (2001): 75.

Reviews the audiobook 'Sherlock Holmes: The Adventures of the Sussex Vampire and Other Stories.'

308. Millett, Larry. Sherlock Holmes and the Ice Palace murders. New York: Penguin Audio Books, 1998 4 sound cassettes (360 min.).

Performer Note: Read by Simon Prebble;

309. O'Gorman, Rochelle. "You know my methods: new Holmes mysteries." The Boston Globe, April 11, 1999: G3.

"Both Baker Street Irregulars and garden-variety mystery buffs should prick up their ears at the news of two new Sherlock Holmes whodunits. Though the mystery takes a back seat to vivid characterization and rich atmosphere, Laurie R. King's 'The Moor' is an addictive 1920s adventure (Recorded Books; unabridged fiction; eight cassettes; 10 hours, 45 minutes; $16.50 if rented, $72 if purchased; read by Jenny Sterlin; 800-638-1304)....A more conventional tale is found in a Sherlockian mystery by Larry Millett, who once again brings the hawkeyed detective to America in 'Sherlock Holmes and the Ice Palace Murders' (Penguin Audio; abridged fiction; four cassettes; six hours; $24.95; read by Simon Prebble)...."

310. Pauk, Walter, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Raymond Harris. The Case of the Five Orange Pips adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle. Southfield, MI: Readings for the Blind, 1994. Sound Recording Sound cassette.

analog, 3 3/4 ips, 2 track. A Jamestown classic. Also available in 1 7/8 ips. Adapted from a short story of the same title by Arthur Conan Doyle. Student Booklet, No. 545. Print ed. published by: Providence, R.I. : Jamestown, 1976. Audience: Grades 6-8.;

311. Pauk, Walter, Raymond Harris, and Arthur Conan Doyle. The Case of the Six Napoleons. Southfield, MI: Readings for the Blind, 1994. Sound Recording Sound cassettes.

analog, 3 3/4 ips, 2 track. Jamestown classics. Also availabe in 1 7/8 ips. Print ed. published by: Providence, R.I. : Jamestown Publishers, c1976. Audience: Grades 6-8. ;

312. Pearson, Hesketh, David Timson, and Tim Pigott-Smith. Arthur Conan Doyle a life. [Redhill, Surrey, U.K.]: Naxos AudioBooks, 2001. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr., 38 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. Classic literature with classical music. Abridgement of: Conan Doyle, his life and art / by Hesketh Pearson; abridged by David Timson. Recorded at Motivation Sound Studios, London. Read by Tim Pigott-Smith.; Though most well-known as the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle was also responsible for many other works, including short stories, science fiction, and historical fiction. In this comprehensive biography, drawn heavily from Doyle's own autobiographical works and information from Doyle's circle of friends and family, Pearson considers how Doyle's life is reflected in his many books-- including his background as a doctor and his enduring (and public) belief in spiritualism.

313. Penzler, Otto. The Greatest Mysteries of All Time. Los Angeles, CA: Dove Audio, 1996. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hr.).

analog, Dolby processed. Unabridged short stories. "The first volume in a series"--Container. Various performers. [edited by Otto Penzler]. Michael Viner and Deborah Raffin, executive producers.;

314. Penzler, Otto, David Birney, and John Rubinstein. The 50 greatest mysteries of all time. [S.l.]: Phoenix Audio, 2002. Sound Recording (cassettes) 8 sound cassettes.

David Birney, narrator ; John Rubinstein, reader. Winner of the AudioFile Earphone Award. compiled by Otto Penzler.; An anthology presents tales about such characters as Sherlock Holmes, Raffles, Kinsey Milhone, and Jimmy Valentine by writers including Stephen King, Dick Francis, Sue Grafton, Elmore Leonar, and P.D. James ...

315. Pirie, David, and Richard Matthews. The patient's eyes. Newport Beach, CA: Books on Tape, 2001. Sound Recording 5 sound cassettes (90 min. each).

analog. Unabridged. Read by Richard Mathhews.;

316. Plumley, George. Classic Humorous Ghost Stories. Vancouver, BC: Stuffed Moose Audio, 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. All stories dramatized for audio by George Plumley. Various performers.;

317. ———. Spirited yarns classic humorous ghost stories. Vancouver, BC: Stuffed Moose Audio, 1995. Sound Recording sound cassettes.

analog. All stories dramatized for audio by George Plumley. Various performers.;

318. Poe, Edgar Allan. The tell-tale heart. Toronto, Ont.: Scenario Productions, 1999. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hrs.).

analog. Mystery theatre ; vol. 1. Originally broadcast, 1966-1967. "Four classic radio plays of mystery, suspense & horror"--Container. The kitchen table / by Alan King ; Sight unseen / by Dorothy Davis ; Adventures of the noble bachelor / by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.;

319. Poe, Edgar Allan, Gaston Leroux, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu. Horror Classics. Redmond, WA: Topics Entertainment, 2001. Sound Recording 8 sound cassettes (ca. 11 hrs.).

analog. Audio Book Collection. "Featuring Gaston Leroux's "The phantom of the opera"--Case artwork.;

320. Poe, Edgar Allan, Robert Louis Stevenson, Arthur Conan Doyle, and H. G. Wells. Mystery & intrigue. [Novato, CA]: Soundelux ; [Petaluma, CA] : Mind's Eyes Audio, 1996. Sound Recording.

Classic author collection.;

321. Poe, Edgar Allan, Sukanta Subuddhi, Oscar Wilde, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Ambrose Bierce. The short story collection spooky, mysterious tales. Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 1997. Sound Recording 3 sound cassettes (3.25 hrs.).

analog. Classics on cassette. Unabridged. Read by various narrators.;

322. Postgate, Mary. "The Return of Sherlock Holmes 1." Oxford Today 16, no. 3 (2004): 51-51.

Reviews the sound recording "The Return of Sherlock Holmes 1," read by David Timson.

323. Pumphrey, Mark, Michael T. Fein, Cliff Glaviano, Gloria Maxwell, Melody A. Moxley, Leah Sparks, Joyce Kessel, Mark P. Tierney, John Hiett, Kristen L. Smith, Theresa Connors, Nancy Paul, Norman Oder, R. Kent Rasmussen, Beth Farrell, and Ann Burns. "Audio Reviews." Library Journal 125, no. 1 (2000): 187.

Reviews several sound recordings including Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 3 cassettes. unabridged. 41/2 hrs. Blackstone Audiobks. 1999. ISBN 0-7861-1604-8. $23.95. "This is the first story Conan Doyle wrote about his famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. In this short novel, Dr. Watson is presented to Holmes as a potential Baker Street roommate. Holmes utters the immortal line, 'You have been in Afghanistan, I perceive,' and the adventures begin. A Study in Scarlet introduces and fleshes out the characters of Holmes and Watson, while initiating readers to the world's first consulting detective. Valuable to Sherlockians as the beginning of an ageless saga, this novel is also an interesting mystery. It allows Holmes a chance to outwit Scotland Yard, and readers get to see how he resolves the mysterious murder at Lauriston Gardens. Frederick Davidson gives a correctly British narration to this Baker Street adventure. Sure to be a hit with mystery readers; recommended for all public libraries."

324. Richardson, Ralph, John Gielgud, and Arthur Conan Doyle. The Best of Sherlock Holmes. 1. London: Hodder Headline Audiobooks, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (120 min.).

analog. Golden days of radio. Participants: Sir John Gielgud as Holmes ; Sir Ralph Richardson as Watson. Produced by Harry Alan Towers.;

325. Robinson, Karen. "Talking Books." The Sunday Times (London), August 10, 1997: Books 1.

Review of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Volume 1, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, read by Douglas Wilmer. "The observational powers of supersleuth Sherlock Holmes have been parodied so often that the real thing can read like a pastiche. Take Holmes's typical remarks on meeting the victim of the Red-Headed League: 'beyond the obvious facts that he's done manual labour, that he is a freemason, that he takes snuff and that he has been in China...' And as he explains his deductions to Dr Watson, the obligingly impressed sidekick registers only that he feels, again typically, 'oppressed with a sense of my own stupidity' in his dealings with his brainy friend. But Holmes without Watson would be a megacephalic show-off with a cocaine habit, and Watson a boring medico. Together, as Watson provides ballast to Holmes's daring and brilliance, they solve some of the most dastardly crimes of Victorian England. This collection includes a scam in which 'Fleet Street was choked with red-headed folk', and an encounter with a tantalising female who arouses unusual feelings in the misogynistic Holmes breast. Douglas Wilmer conjures up a gaslit London rich in mystery and incident (Penguin Pounds 7.99, 3 hours abridged)."

326. Rogers, Michael. "Audio reviews." Library Journal 123, no. 3 (1998): 183.

Reviews books on audiotape, including The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 6 cassettes. 9 hrs. BDD Audio. 1997. ISBN 0-553-47954-7. $29.95

327. Rosenblum, Trudi Miller. "Adult Audio For Fall." Publishers Weekly 248, no. 32 (2001): 35.

Presents a list of several audiotapes for adults including Naxos Audiobooks Arthur Conan Doyle: A Life by Hesketh Pearson. Read by Tim Pigott-Smith. Abridged, two cassettes, 2.5 hours, $13.98; two CDs, $15.98. Oct.

328. ———. "Adult Audio for Fall." Publishers Weekly 247, no. 32 (2000): 43.

Reviews several adult audiobooks for fall 2000 including Audio Partners' Sherlock Holmes: 3 Tales of Avarice by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Read by Edward Hardwicke. Unabridged, two cassettes, three hours, $17.95; two CDs, $24.95. Sept. Also Commuters Library, Sherlock Holmes: The Musgrave Ritual and The Final Problem by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Read by Ralph Cosham. Unabridged, two CDs, two hours, $19.95. Oct.

329. ———. "Avalanche of audiobooks set for holidays." Billboard 106, no. 45 (1994): 89.

Reports on the increased publication of audiobooks in preparation for the 1994 Christmas season. Includes a reference to Holmes. "...Durkin Hayes has two holiday promotions: an Audio Gift Collections line and a Paperback Audio 'Stocking Stuffer' display. The Audio Gift Collections include 'Great Women Authors' (featuring Louisa May Alcott and Jane Austen), a Frederick Forsyth boxed set, a Sherlock Holmes collection, a 'Rumpole Of The Bailey' collection, a set of James Herriott's dog stories, and others, for $24:99 each....Simon & Schuster has a never-before-released 1945 radio broadcast of two Sherlock Holmes dramatizations ('The Night Before Christmas' and 'The Darlington Substitution'), starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce ($12.00)...."

330. ———. "Read to me." Billboard 108, no. 8 (1996): 64.

Focuses on audiobooks and spoken-word audio recordings for children. Book-and-tape combinations; Traditional audiobooks; Non-book-based audios. Includes a Holmes reference. "...Last but not least, award-winning storyteller Jim Weiss displays an exhilarating range of voices in his dynamic release--'Shakespeare For Children,' as well as his retelling of Greek myths, King Arthur legends and Sherlock Holmes stories, all available from Greathall Productions...."

331. ———. "Spoken Audio for Spring." Publishers Weekly 248, no. 6 (2001): 37.

Provides information on several audiobooks which will be released in the United States in the spring of 2001. Includes Audio Partners' Sherlock Holmes: 3 Tales of Intrigue by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Read by Edward Hardwicke. Unabridged, two cassettes, three hours, $17.95; three CDs, $24.95. Feb. Scenario Productions' Mystery Theatre Series. Based on CBC archival radio recordings with a full cast. Each two cassettes, two hours, $14.99 (unless noted), Apr: Moby Dick by Herman Melville; The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge ($18.99); The Forest Warden by E.T.A. Hoffman ($18.99); Dracula by Bram Stoker; The Spare Room by Mordecai Richler; Sherlock Holmes: Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ($18.99). Apr.

332. Satterthwait, Walter, Jeff Woodman, and Emily Gray. Escapade. Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 2001. Sound Recording 9 sound cassettes (13 hr.).

Mystery on cassette. Unabridged. Narrated by Jeff Woodman and Emily Gray.;

333. Scott, Whitney. "Media: Audiobooks." Booklist 97, no. 22 (2001): 2143.

Reviews four mystery audiobooks. 'Maigret Sets a Trap,' by Georges Simenon and read by Andrew Sachs; 'A Man Lay Dead,' by Ngaio Marsh and read by James Saxon; 'Murder by the Book,' by Rex Stout and read by Michael Prichard; 'Sherlock Holmes: Three Tales of Intrigue,' by Arthur Conan Doyle and read by Edward Hardwicke.

334. Segaloff, Nat, John De Lancie, Leonard Nimoy, Roxann Dawson, Richard Doyle, Marnie Mosiman, Ethan Phillips, Dwight Schultz, Armin Shimerman, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Alien Voices presents Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The lost world. New York: Simon & Schuster Audio, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (2 hr.).

analog, stereo., Dolby processed. Fully dramatized adaptation, based on the novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Participants: Leonard Nimoy, John de Lancie, Roxann Dawson, Richard Doyle, Ethan Phillips, Marnie Mosiman, Dwight Schultz, Armin Shimerman. [script by Nat Segaloff & John de Lancie ; produced by Alien Voices ; directed by Leonard Nemoy].;

335. Shepherd, Jack, and Brian Cox. Classic Stories of Crime & Murder. London: CSA Telltapes ; Englewood Cliffs, NJ ; Media Books, 2001. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hours).

digital, Dolby processed. Cassettes 1-2 read by Jack Shepherd; Cassettes 3-4 read by Brian Cox.;

336. Shepherd, Robert D. Aim higher. reading comprehension / Level H. Princeton, N.J.: Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2002. Sound Recording (cassette) sound cassettes (60 minutes).

analog, 15/16 ips, 4 track, mono. "Standardized assessment: strategies for success"--Cover p. [i]. Originally published: Wilmington, MA : Great Source Education Group, c2001. 1st ed. Audience: Grade 8. Distribution is restricted to RFB & D members who have a documented print disability such as a visual impairment, learning disability or other physical disability.; [This book] offers high-interest reading instruction, practice, and test-taking strategies to prepare students for even the most challenging standardized reading tests. Ideal preparation for the reading components of criterion-referenced and norm-referenced exams including the CTBS, Terra Nova, Stanford 9, and NAEP ...-Back cover.

337. Sigwald, John. "Media: Audio." Booklist 93, no. 21 (1997): 1830.

Reviews the audiocassette 'Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World.'

338. Slough, Brian. "A brush with Basil." Times Educational Supplement, no. (1997): VII.

Reviews the sound recording 'Audiopacks,' a collection of Sherlock Holmes stories read by Basil Rathbone.

339. Stashower, Daniel, and Richard Matthews. Teller of tales the life of Arthur Conan Doyle. Newport Beach, CA: Books on Tape, 2001. Sound Recording 11 sound cassettes (ca. 90 min. each).

analog. Unabridged. Read by Richard Matthews.; A biography of Arthur Conan Doyle, the 19th century physician, portraying him as more than the creator of Sherlock Holmes. He wrote historical novels, he ran for parliament, he served as a medical officer in the Boer War and he crusaded for spiritualism.

340. Tadman, Betty, and Victoria Neumark. "Got the case taped up." Times Educational Supplement, no. (2000): 24.

Presents different audiobooks for adults. The Geilgud Collection; The History of Theatre; The Decameron; Hercule Poirot's Christmas; The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

341. Thomson, June. The Case of the Scottish Tragedy. New York: Random House Audio Pub, 1998. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (120 min.).

Read by Simon Jones; A new case for Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson solved by ingenuity and observation

342. Tierney, Mark Phillips, and Phyllis Levy Mandell. "Audiovisual review: Recordings." School Library Journal 42, no. 11 (1996): 70.

Reviews the cassette recording 'Sherlock Holmes: Tales of Suspense.'

343. Tynan, Laurie, and Bette-Lee Fox. "A Treasury of Sherlock Holmes: A Collection of Seven Great Stories. (Audio)." Library Journal 114, no. 12 (1989): 124-124.

Reviews the audio book "A Treasury of Sherlock Holmes: A Collection of Seven Great Stories," by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

344. Valle, Barbara. "Audio Reviews." Library Journal 124, no. 14 (1999): 250.

Reviews several audiobooks including Other Worlds by Barbara Michaels. 2 cassettes. abridged. 3 hrs. HarperAudio. 1999. ISBN 0-694-52082-9. $18. "Seated around the fire at a fancy London club, a group of famous men, including Houdini and Arthur Conan Doyle, are gathered to discuss the poltergeists, murder, and unexplained hauntings in two stories of ghostly happenings (the famous Bell Witch in Tennessee and the haunting of a family in Stratford, CT). Each story is related without interruption, then the experts offer their interpretations of the spooky events. Reader Barbara Rosenblat, one of the most talented spoken audio performers recording today, renders the voices of the family members and the famous men superbly. The listener can sense the build-up of suspense as the chilling events unfold. Rosenblat's reading is so fascinating and atmospheric, the listener almost forgets to notice the lack of resolution to the stories. Recommended for all libraries where there is an audience for nonviolent ghost tales."

345. Wells, H. G., and Arthur Conan Doyle. Science fiction classics. Renton, WA: Topics Entertainment, 2001. Sound Recording 8 sound cassettes (ca. 11 hrs.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips. Audio book collection. 4 classic stories. Unabridged. "All recordings c2001 by Worldtainment. com"--Container.;

346. White, Kathryn. "Review--'His Last Bow and other Stories' read by Martin Jarvis." The Ritual, no. 14 (1994): 61.

347. Whitten, Robin. "Listen up." Christian Science Monitor, Nov 20, 1997: B8.

Reviews six books on tape. 'In Southern Words: Volume 2, Family Album,' from Southern Living Magazine; 'A Christmas Carol,' by Charles Dickens; 'A Christmas Carol and Other Favorites,' from Greathall Productions; 'The Christmas Tree,' by Julie Salamon from Random House Audiobooks; 'A Certain Justice,' by P.D. James from Random House; 'Sherlock Holmes Mysteries,' by Arthur Conan Doyle.

348. Wright, David. "Hearing the Sound of Murder." Library Journal 129, no. 9 (2004): 15-18.

An annotated directory of audiobooks focusing on murders and mysteries is provided. It features British classics, American crime fiction, and contemporary crime books. Includes an entry for Holmes. Doyle, Arthur Conan. Sherlock Holmes: 3 Tales of Avarice Audio Partners. 2000. 2 cassettes. 3 hrs. ISBN 1-57270-173-0. $17.95; 3 CDs. ISBN 1-57270-176-5. $24.95 "Edward Hardwicke, a.k.a. Dr. Watson in the popular PBS productions, skillfully navigates nine labyrinthine plots in three story collections. The other series entries are 3 Tales of Betrayal and 3 Tales of Intrigue."

349. ———. "Sherlock Holmes: 3 Tales of Avarice (Book)." Library Journal 129, no. (2004): 16-16.

Reviews the audiobook "Sherlock Holmes: 3 Tales of Avarice," by Arthur Conan Doyle.

350. Zinsser, John. "Spoken Audio for Spring." Publishers Weekly 247, no. 6 (2000): 31.

Presents a list of newly released audiobooks as of February 2000. Includes Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio (1540 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10036; (800) 323-9872) listing of BBC Radio Series. Dramatized productions. Each, two cassettes, 3 hrs., $18, Mar. Titles: Daniel Deronda by George Eliot; The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The Runner; Reef Audio, Reef Series. Each, four-six cassettes, $24.95-$29.95, Feb. Titles: Secrets, Plots (5 Hidden Agendas by Paul Coughlin; The Poison Belt by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; A Million a Minute by Hillary Davis.



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