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The Mystery of Cloomber

The Mystery of Cloomber by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
By: (1859-1930)

The Mystery of Cloomber is a gripping tale of intrigue and suspense that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very last page. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's masterful storytelling and vivid descriptions bring the remote Scottish moorland setting to life, adding to the eerie atmosphere of the story.

The characters are well-developed and engaging, from the enigmatic Mr. Heatherstone to the determined Fergusson family who find themselves embroiled in a series of strange and inexplicable events. As the mystery unfolds, secrets are revealed, and alliances are tested, leaving readers guessing until the very end.

Doyle's skillful plotting and attention to detail make The Mystery of Cloomber a truly captivating read that will appeal to fans of mystery and detective fiction. With its gripping plot twists and surprising revelations, this is a book that will keep readers guessing from start to finish. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a thrilling and immersive read.

Book Description:
This novel is written by the author of, among other novels, the Stories of Sherlock Holmes. It is narrated by John Fothergill West, who tries to discover why the tenant of Cloomber Hall, General Heatherstone, is nervous to the point of being paranoid. Why are his fears becoming stronger every year at the fifth of October? And why doesn't he let his children leave home? This is a great mystery novel with a sharp twist at the end.

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Reviews (Rated: 4 Stars - 2 reviews)

Reviewer: - January 15, 2021
Subject: Accents
Was a difficult listen. Please please don’t do scottish accents like this. We do NOT sound like that, ever.
Reviewer: - December 28, 2015
Interesting but not very suspenseful story overall. The narrator was very good with various voices for the characters. ( Chapter 8 narration has an accent very difficult to understand, but the chapter doesn't contain any necessary plot points, so can be skipped if needed.) Not my favorite Doyle story but worth a listen.

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