The present release features the most successful novel of the classic of detective novel literature, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who died in 1929. The protagonist, the legendary, great detective, the now-conceptual Sherlock Holmes, takes up the fight with "unearthly" forces in this novel. At least that's what everyone who believes in the curse on the Baskerville family and the devastating monster in the Devonshire wetlands believes. However, Sherlock Holmes and his friend, Dr. Watson, do not believe in such superstitious ideas. They suspect a crime, and not for no reason. The book is read here in Hungarian by Szacsvay Laszlo.
The present release features the most successful novel of the classic of detective novel literature, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who died in 1929. The protagonist, the legendary, great detective, the now-conceptual Sherlock Holmes, takes up the fight with "unearthly" forces in this novel. At least that's what everyone who believes in the curse on the Baskerville family and the devastating monster in the Devonshire wetlands believes. However, Sherlock Holmes and his friend, Dr. Watson, do not believe in such superstitious ideas. They suspect a crime, and not for no reason. The book is read here in Hungarian by Szacsvay Laszlo.
5991811437923

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Format: CD
Label: HUNGAROTON
Rel. Date: 05/21/2021
UPC: 5991811437923

Satan Kutyaja
Artist: Szacsvay
Format: CD
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The present release features the most successful novel of the classic of detective novel literature, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who died in 1929. The protagonist, the legendary, great detective, the now-conceptual Sherlock Holmes, takes up the fight with "unearthly" forces in this novel. At least that's what everyone who believes in the curse on the Baskerville family and the devastating monster in the Devonshire wetlands believes. However, Sherlock Holmes and his friend, Dr. Watson, do not believe in such superstitious ideas. They suspect a crime, and not for no reason. The book is read here in Hungarian by Szacsvay Laszlo.