A Study In Scarlet (version 5)

Sir Arthur Conan DOYLE (1859 - 1930)

"A Study in Scarlet" is the first ever Sherlock Holmes story split into two quite distinctive parts. The first part is told from the viewpoint of Dr. John Watson and recounts his first experiences of meeting the illustrious Sherlock Holmes and their subsequent co-habitation and crime-solving partnership. The second is told in a third person narrative and is set in the USA, setting an elaborate back-story to the eventual motive of the murderer, before returning to the UK towards the end of part two, the narration, once again, being picked up by Dr. John Watson. - Summary by Robert Dixon

Genre(s): Detective Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Mr. Sherlock Holmes Robert Dixon
00:14:50
Play 02 The Science of Deduction Robert Dixon
00:20:09
Play 03 The Lauriston Garden Mystery Robert Dixon
00:21:04
Play 04 What John Rance Had To Tell Robert Dixon
00:13:27
Play 05 Our Advertisement Brings A Visitor Robert Dixon
00:13:05
Play 06 Tobias Gregson Shows What He Can Do Robert Dixon
00:16:17
Play 07 Light In The Darkness Robert Dixon
00:16:36
Play 08 On The Great Alkali Plain Robert Dixon
00:19:51
Play 09 The Flower of Utah Robert Dixon
00:13:28
Play 10 John Ferrier Talks With The Prophet Robert Dixon
00:10:00
Play 11 A Flight For Life Robert Dixon
00:17:31
Play 12 The Avenging Angels Robert Dixon
00:18:12
Play 13 A Continuation of the Reminiscences of John Watson, M.D. Robert Dixon
00:22:11
Play 14 The Conclusion Robert Dixon
00:10:54