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  • By: Stephen Herczeg
  • Narrated by: Michael Langan
  • Length: 7 hrs and 8 mins
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By: Stephen Herczeg
Narrated by: Michael Langan
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Summary

An eclectic mix of eight stories drawn from the annals of the MX Series of New Sherlock Holmes stories and the many Holmes anthologies of Belanger Books, all from the pen of emerging pastiche author Stephen Herczeg.

Holmes is presented with a dishevelled and confused man that appears to be from another century. Time travel, or something more mysterious?Several years after the mystery of the Engineer’s thumb, Victor Hatherley is again at odds. Will Holmes discover his whereabouts and save him? And what is the connection to Holmes’ greatest foe of all?

Death from the venomous bite of a rare Gila Monster. An accident or is the innocent looking herpetologist not what he seems? A bomb appears beneath the floor of Parliament, along with a threat from Sudanese terrorists. Will Holmes make sense of the warning and identify the culprit? 

Holmes must solve the mystery of a dead body found in an alleyway in a retrofuture of steam power.Bodies appear to leave the morgue of their own accord. A mysterious fire draws Holmes to one conclusion. Zombies. On the night of her arranged engagement to a German industrialist, a young woman disappears. A derailed train, and a dead professor sees Holmes befriend an adventurous young woman to solve the mystery and foil the robbery of a priceless relic.

©2021 Steve Herczeg (P)2021 MX Publishing

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A wonderful mix of stories

I loved the mix of stories in this book. I have always been a fan of the more outreHolmes stories, and this collection certainly deliveirs. Excellent plot and narraton. Stephen Herczeg delivers again!

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  • KadySiga
  • 30-09-22

Thank you for these stories!

I really liked these stories and plan to buy the next volume. I hope the author continues to write more. I like the spirit in which they are written, keeping in line with what I think Holmes and Watson are like, while venturing into different areas. After listening to the entire Holmes canon several times, I get greedy for more. Thank you for what I am sure is very hard work.

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  • Tim
  • 29-08-22

maybe it's me

For the first time ever with audible, I returned a book. I've been working my way through multiple Sherlock Holmes offerings and found most to be very pleasant. For example, the Richard T Ryan series is one I would recommend to anyone. Unfortunately, The Stephen Herczeg "Curious Cases" were just simplistic, mechanical and uninteresting. Both the writing and the performance reminded me of Data in "Elementary Dear Data" before Moriarty obtains special powers. The book and performance did not work for me.

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  • Chris S
  • 17-11-21

Entertaining set of Holmes stories

I enjoyed The Curious Cases of Sherlock Holmes (V1)
By Stephen Herczeg. This collection has something for everyone - classic Conan Doyle style, time travel, spies and even zombies! The narration by Michael Langan was outstanding! He gave a great performance with unique voices for each character.