The Adventure of the Creeping Man - A Sherlock Holmes Mystery-logo

The Adventure of the Creeping Man - A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

This case, one of the very last handled by Holmes, involves a highly respected professor whose behavior suddenly turns into that of an animal. One Sunday evening Watson receives from Holmes a typically laconic message: "Come at once if convenient - if inconvenient come all the same.”

This case, one of the very last handled by Holmes, involves a highly respected professor whose behavior suddenly turns into that of an animal. One Sunday evening Watson receives from Holmes a typically laconic message: "Come at once if convenient - if inconvenient come all the same.”
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Description:

This case, one of the very last handled by Holmes, involves a highly respected professor whose behavior suddenly turns into that of an animal. One Sunday evening Watson receives from Holmes a typically laconic message: "Come at once if convenient - if inconvenient come all the same.”

Language:

English

Narrators:

Edward Raleigh

Length:

45m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

45:33