A new century has dawned and for Holmes it signifies that he is soon to retire to Sussex to keep bees. Inspector Lestrade is already retired but looking for work as a store detective when he is informed of events concerning Arthur Prince, The Prince of Ventriloquists, which are so singular that he calls upon Holmes who demonstrates that his deductive powers are still as sharp as ever. Arthur Prince’s stage puppet has been stolen from his locked dressing room only to reappear some hours later. This strange event has now occurred on three different occasions, but stranger still is the fact that each time the puppet seems to have been improved upon rather than damaged. Join Holmes and Watson as they investigate this bizarre case in the world of theater.
Approximately 60 minutes. Read by Martin Goldman.
This is a licensed reproduction of the work published originally by Breese Books - now owned by Lybrary.com.
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