The Valley of Fear (Version 3)

Read by David Clarke

(4.8 stars; 723 reviews)

Receiving a mysterious cypher message from a Fred Porlock, apparent agent of the infamous Professor Moriarty, Holmes and Watson set about deciphering the message, taking them into the mysterious murder of John Douglas. The connection between the murder and the message from Porlock creates the basis for this new Sherlock mystery, the last novel written by Doyle featuring the famous detective. - Summary by David Clarke (6 hr 6 min)


The Warning 21:19 Read by David Clarke
Sherlock Holmes Discourses 17:28 Read by David Clarke
The Tragedy of Birlstone 21:19 Read by David Clarke
Darkness 23:46 Read by David Clarke
The People of The Drama 25:17 Read by David Clarke
A Dawning Light 28:35 Read by David Clarke
The Solution 35:45 Read by David Clarke
The Man 19:30 Read by David Clarke
The Bodymaster 35:43 Read by David Clarke
The Lodge 341, Vermissa 36:21 Read by David Clarke
The Valley of Fear 22:41 Read by David Clarke
The Darkest Hour 29:24 Read by David Clarke
Danger 20:53 Read by David Clarke
The Trapping of Birdy Edwards 28:16 Read by David Clarke


10 stars

(5 stars)

The best Sherlock Holmes story in my opinion and read by the best narrator in my opinion. Would give 10+ stars if possible.

Great again.

(5 stars)

As per usual David entertains us with a great adventure of the scary valley. It is extraordinarily generous of you David, to give so much of your time. Thanks again.

Great work!

(5 stars)

What a literary surprise and a twist from Doyle! Worthy chapter to end the line

(5 stars)

What an amazing reader. Wonderful to listen to. 100 stars in my opinion. ...

(5 stars)

Wonderful book read brilliantly by David Clarke!

A stunning read

(5 stars)

once again hats off to Mr David Clarke. You never disappoint to transport me into the heart of the story. Thank you for sharing your amazing gift with us.

The valley of fear

(5 stars)

Great book, read with passion and great character by the reader

another Sherlock ripper

(3.5 stars)

5 stars for the reader, 3 stars for the book . Not the best Sherlock story in my opinion, ( reminded one quite a bit of the set up of A Study in Scarlet) it was a bit bloody for me, with some great plot twists, though. But the reader!!! He did all of the individual voices( even for the minor characters!) and his accents were perfect! I felt that I could see each and every character and scene in my mind's eye. Thanks so much, Mr. Clarke!