Kerry Shale’s impressively elastic vocal stylings animate the diverse menagerie of characters, from amateur sleuth C. Auguste Dupin and his erudite Parisian lilt to the Police Prefect and his hearty, reverberating guffaw, found in Edgar Allan Poe’s third and final foray into detective fiction, a genre some say he laid the groundwork for, which delves into the circumstances surrounding the search for a letter stolen from a woman’s boudoir by the conniving Minister D---, who’s hell-bent on blackmailing her.
This is a story from the Murders in the Rue Morgue (The Dupin Stories) collection.
Auguste Dupin, investigator extraordinaire, was the remarkable creation of Edgar Allan Poe. Written in the 1840s, Poe presented the acutely observant, shrewd but idiosyncratic character who, with his chronicler, provided the inspiration for the more famous Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.The Dupin Stories include the following:
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