The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (Version 3)


Read by David Clarke

(4.8 stars; 559 reviews)

This is the second book of short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle concerning the adventures of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes and his side kick Dr Watson. It contains 12 stories published in The Strand as further episodes of the Adventures between December 1892 and December 1893 with original illustrations by Sidney Paget. - Summary by David Clarke (8 hr 53 min)

Chapters

Silver Blaze 59:47 Read by David Clarke
The Yellow Face 43:27 Read by David Clarke
The Stock Broker's Clerk 40:51 Read by David Clarke
The 'Gloria Scott' 46:04 Read by David Clarke
The Musgrave Ritual 45:31 Read by David Clarke
The Reigate Puzzle 43:19 Read by David Clarke
The Crooked Man 42:41 Read by David Clarke
The Resident Patient 45:45 Read by David Clarke
The Greek Interpreter 43:27 Read by David Clarke
The Naval Treaty Part 1 39:44 Read by David Clarke
The Naval Treaty Part 2 36:44 Read by David Clarke
The Final Problem 45:57 Read by David Clarke

Reviews

(5 stars)

A great read. I enjoyed David Clarke's version. The different voices he uses for the characters make you feel as if you are in a play or movie. The stories are quite entertaining. I found myself trying to work out the mysteries as we when along. David Clarke's is my favorite reader so far. I also enjoyed him in "The Count of Monte Cristo".

A big thanks to David Clarke for another fantastic read.

(5 stars)

A great story and a great read by David Clarke. Do yourself a favor and check out the other books he has read. I've listened to many librivox books and it's readers like David Clarke that make librivox such a great resource.

Awesome

(5 stars)

I totally love these audio books. it's very relaxing to listen to after a super stressful day. Listening to the Sherlock Holmes audio books are nice to hear by a well read David. He really gets into the characters and I give it five stars.

(5 stars)

as I am not a big reader and feiend Suggested I try Audiobooks, and since I was kid I've always loved Sherlock Holmes, I really enjoyed Listening to this when I'm on nights at work and I got a spare half hour, on with the headphones, I see why people get so engrossed in Books, also It was a really big help that David Clarke's Voice made it for easy Listening Thank you Librivox and now onto my next book

Dengar

(5 stars)

The magnificent work of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle presented masterfully in living color by David Clarke. I have listened to all the readings by Mr. Clarke available and am sorry to say I see no more. Strangely enough, after a year I listened again to all, both Dumas and Doyle and it seemed as though it was the first I had heard the stories. What a great way to be introduced to these works. Thank You.

(5 stars)

Masterful reading!! Such a diversity of voices from Mr. Clarke. He made me feel as if I were a fly on the wall. "Come Watson, the game is afoot!" Mr. Clarke and Neufeld are my two favorite male readers as of today. *Mr. Clarke, thank you so much for allowing us to listen to your impressive readings. -Vivian

Amazing

(5 stars)

I cannot express how much the narration has added to these stories, particularly the final chapter... Great job and as usual when it comes to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, amazing plots with interesting developments. I’m happy I finally got around to listening to these stories, totally worth the time.

Fantastic Reader

(5 stars)

Great stories and what a wonderful reading by David Clarke!! Thank you so much for this reading, it was perfect--I didn't want it to end. Highly recommend this version of the book and look forward to hearing more of this reader!