Follow the noir adventures of Harry Nile in these short radio dramas produced in Seattle since the 1970's. The writing is crisp, the plots intriguing, and the price [on sale] cannot be beat! These show what America is capable of producing on a low budget [a local station] with high aspirations. Looking forward to the next installment [especially if it goes on sale!].
Look for this title to pop up on sale and grab it at discount! The cast does credit to small-town British evils, with even pacing and careful plot development. A murder occurs in wintry conditions, and possible culprits abound!
This quite-short radio drama honors the Locked-Room genre and is well worth the price, especially when offered on sale.
This story has some unique features among Agatha Christie's books. There's no second murder to help narrow down the suspects, and Poirot must solve the crime in a matter of hours. Even if you've read the story before, this dramatisation is still worth listening to. The sound effects may not be quite movie standard, but they're convincing none the less. The acting is good, and the script writer left the original story alone. And for those of us who can't see, we can follow the story as well as our sighted friends staring at the radio. A pleasant two hours listening.