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Tagged with “mystery” (11)

  1. Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine podcast: “Burning Twilight” by Kenneth Wishnia

    A lady apothecary faces community suspicion in a tie-in with Mr. Wishnia’s new novel, The Fifth Servant. (http://www.themysteryplace.com/ahmm/crime/)

    Featured on Episode 151 of Forgotten Classics (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  2. Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine: Episode 5: “Dear Doctor Watson” by Steve Hockensmith

    A pair of Old West cowboys try to prove they’re worthy of joining a detective agency by retrieving an incriminating letter, in “Dear Doctor Watson” by Steve Hockensmith (from the February 2007 issue of EQMM). But things are not all they appear to be in Missoula, Montana, circa 1890…(http://www.themysteryplace.com/podcasts/mystery_podcasts.aspx)

    Featured on Episode 151 of Forgotten Classics (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  3. “Between Minke and Mayrev” by Kenneth Wishnia

    Characters from THE FIFTH SERVANT continue their adventures in 16th century Eastern Europe. A short story/mystery from the Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Podcast.

    After listening to this brilliant short story of 16th century Jewish scholars solving a mystery, I am very excited about The Fifth Servant, the book which these characters came from. (http://www.kennethwishnia.com/)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  4. SFFaudio Podcast: The Friends Of Hector Jouvet by James Powell

    A great O’Henry-style short mystery story. A young Canadian dentist, whilst backpacking through Europe, finds himself atop a high cliff looking out over a principality on the French Riviera. Standing behind him is mysterious older man, a local resident, who needs to tell him a story. First published in the April 1966 issue of Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine.

    Read by one of my favorite narrators, J.J. Campanella. A great re-entry to the podcasting world by SFFaudio. (http://www.sffaudio.com/)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  5. Rejection Slip Theater: Episode 5B

    Hey, kids, wake up! It’s time for Rejection Slip Theater ©, podcast Episode 5b, The Mystery Radio Show, first aired on radio in 1994…or 1995…possibly 1996. We say that in all confidence because, frankly, we lost the notes and can’t recall what’s on this episode. It’s a mystery. So, do us all a favor here at the Rejection Radio Ranch, listen to the broadcast, take notes and drop us a line ("These two guys walk into a bar…"). Let us, the producers, know just what we produced all those years ago. . Despite this momentary lapse in…in…ah…memory, we assume that this episode will be filled with radio drama, adventure, romance, comedy—maybe a talking horse or a singing pig wearing a bikini—and, probably, another visit to Westwood, New Jersey (Exit 168 on the Garden State Parkway, take #165 if you want to save a dime), where we’ll meet up with those kids from St. Anthony’s Elementary School, Artie Azzetti and the Gang. (http://www.rejectionsliptheater.blogspot.com/)

    Featured on Forgotten Classics, episode 86

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  6. Personal Effects: Sword of Blood - Chapters 1 & 2

    Beginning of J.C. Hutchins’ prequel to his new novel. (http://jchutchins.net/site/personal-effects-sword-of-blood/)

    Featured on Episode 81 of Forgotten Classics. (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  7. 7th Son, Descent: prologue

    The beginning of the first novel of the Seventh Son trilogy of thrillers by J.C. Hutchins. (http://www.7thsonnovel.com/7th-son-book-1/)

    Mentioned in several Forgotten Classics episodes.

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  8. Black Jack Justice 1: Justice Served Cold

    Decoder Ring Theatre’s heroic detective, Black Jack Justice, and his partner, Trixie Dixon, Girl Detective. Hilarious and true to the genre simultaneously. (http://decoderring.libsyn.com/index.php?post_category=Black%20Jack%20Justice)

    A Forgotten Classics’ podcast highlight for episode 8.

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  9. Classic Mysteries: The Mysterious Mr. Quinn by Agatha Christie

    Classic Mysteries reviews old mysteries that are forgotten classics. This episode is a review of one of my favorite Agatha Christie novels, about Mr. Quinn who rarely showed up at all except to show how he was a catalyst for the true main character to find a solution.(http://www.classicmysteries.net/)

    It was the first podcast highlighted on Forgotten Classics (episode 5).

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  10. CrimeWAV: Bill Cider’s Cranked

    A humorous Edgar nominated short story CRANKED. Featured at CrimeWAV who bills themselves as the only podcast devoted to crime stories: http://crimewav.com/

    Featured as a podcast highlight on EP75 of Forgotten Classics: http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com/

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

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