The Five Orange Pips by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle





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Published on Jul 10, 2009

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A text-synchronized audiobook is scrolling the written text along to the spoken narration. Ideal for English learner.

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A selection of highly entertaining stories by master authors that are part of the literary canon of the Western world.

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•crisp audio mastered to high standard
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•adjustable font size
•adjustable scroll speed
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•print out vocabulary
•comprehension test

The Five Orange Pips by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The strange story of the young gentleman named John Openshaw immediately alarms Sherlock Holmes. The five little dried orange pips in letter to his uncle are clearly deadly. Why is it inscribed only with "K.K.K." and can Sherlock Holmes identify the unknown forces behind the murder?
Read by: Kirsten Ferreri
Length: 44 min

© 2009 Jagamaga / Radif Sharafullin (iTourSoftware.com)



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