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Syndication

In Victorian times, a curiosity about spiritualism drove many upper-middle class Englishmen and women to experiment with seances and the occult. Sometimes, those seances could cover up other crimes...and when one ends in murder, Sergeant Cribb must determine both who committed the murder - and why.

Direct download: ACaseOfSpirits.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:38 PM

Fifteen more stories by Edward D. Hoch featuring New England country doctor, Dr. Sam Hawthorne, as he solves locked room mysteries and seemingly impossible crimes.

Direct download: NothingIsImpossible.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:40 PM

A forgotten classic of the American Golden Age, Anne Austin's "One Drop of Blood" is the story of a murder in an asylum for mentally ill patients. Was the killer one of the inmates? Or was it all part of an ingenious plot by a very sane murderer?

Direct download: OneDropOfBlood.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:42 PM

A classic Golden Age "country house" mystery, originally published in 1937, the family patriarch takes a night-time stroll near a cliff...and falls to his death. Then his heir is shot to death...and HIS heir finds himself under deadly attack...

Direct download: TheyFoundHimDead.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:47 PM

A vintage Golden Age mystery from 1935, set in Oxford at all-female Persephone College: a group of undergraduates tackle the murder of a most unpopular Bursar.

Direct download: DeathOnTheCherwell.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:43 PM

Sir Henry Merrivale takes on a murderous plot at a British film studio that may involve espionage.

Direct download: AndSoToMurder.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:28 AM

Lord Peter Wimsey is the archetypal Golden Age aristocratic amateur sleuth. In "Whose Body?" he must discover the identity of the man's body found in a bathtub, wearing only a pair of golden pince-nez glasses.

Direct download: WhoseBody.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:57 PM

A new Albert Campion mystery, based on the character created by Margery Allingham and continued by her widower, Pip Youngman Carter. When Carter died, he left the first four chapters of a new Campion novel, and author Mike Ripley has now completed that novel - and it's well worth reading.

Direct download: MrCampionsFarewell.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:21 PM

Biblio expert Henry Gamadge was pretty sure that the lettering which appeared suddenly on an old engraving wasn't supernatural in origin. But he couldn't foresee that it would lead so suddenly to murder.

Direct download: WrongWayDown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:53 PM

A terrifying tale of a sort of murder game gone very wrong - one of the most terrifying of Dr. Fell's career.

Direct download: DeathWatch.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:11 PM

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