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For the first time ever, the masked femme fatale, The Domino Lady, rides the radio waves in her first audio adventure. In 1935 San Diego, LA socialite Ellen Patrick attends the opening of the San Diego International Exposition, but the theft of the country's only one million dollar bill brings her crime-fighting alter-ego out in the open. Complication: the head of security is her cocky ex-boyfriend....

©2012 Rich Harvey (P)2012 AudioComics

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"AudioComics has produced a top-notch audio recording that is pure pulp goodness. We recommend you order your copy now. You can thank us later." (Pulp Fiction Reviews)

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Fun listen!

What did you love best about The Domino Lady: All's Fair in War?

The storyline. Classic noir. But having a woman as the "Bogie" was a great twist.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Had to be the classic announcer. His transitions and narrative were spot on!

Which scene was your favorite?

The seduction in the exhibit hall. Sultry yet had me laughing.

Any additional comments?

I was a little distracted by some of the direction and production this time. A lot of talking over each other as opposed to the seamless "dove-tailing" other Audiocomics titles has. For instance, at one point I thought the characters were in the pipes below the museum instead of in the exhibit hall. Too much reverb or something. Threw me off a bit.

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