Tag: John Dickson Carr

Suspense – “Customers Like Murder”

A hard-working writer of detective stories and his sassy secretary are abducted by a gun-wielding thug who mistakes him for a doctor. Things only get worse from there as our victims must outwit the gang while using the knowledge of Read More!

Suspense – “The Devil’s Saint”

Pariss, 1927.  Edward and Illone are having a night to themselves, enjoying each other’s company.  However, Illone’s uncle, Count Stefan Kohari, arrives.  Illone and Edward inform the Count that they intend to get married but the Count has an issue.  The Read More!

Suspense -“Two Sharp Knives”

“Two Sharp Knives” was adapted from the short story of the same name by Dashiell Hammett, which was first published in Colliers, January 13,1934. Stories for Men: an Anthology (1944), also published the story.  John Dickson Carr, a staple of the Suspense radio Read More!

Suspense – “Will You Make a Bet with Death”

A man bets his life against the $25,000 his uncle promises him if he can escape being murdered! Suspense “Will You Make a Bet with Death” by John Dickson Carr November 10th, 1942 One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Read More!

Suspense – The Burning Court

The Burning Court is one spooky story indeed.  A story of poisoning with supernatural overtones. One of the guests at a dinner party is a murderer…which one?  Based upon a novel by John Dickson Carr. Suspense recreated the 1937 grizzly tale Read More!