mystery

Radio Play: "The Puzzle Box"

Oct 10, 2014
Photo by Steve Jurvetson, via Flickr.

This week on Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre, we bring you a mystery, though there is not much we can tell you about the background of the story. It was published anonymously in the 1909 edition of the Lock and Key Mystery Series, and it is simply titled, "The Puzzle Box." 

Ernest Bramah's "The Tragedy at Brookbend Cottage"

Dec 21, 2013
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  Welcome to another edition of Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre. 

In this episode, we bring you "The Tragedy at Brookbend Cottage," adapted frmo a short story by Ernest Bramah. 

Mr. Bramah put a different spin on the traditional detective stories by giving his protagonist, Max Carrodos, a disability -- and this was long before the TV show "Ironsides" was ever conceived. 

Mr. Louis Carlyle, a friend of Max, runs his own private detection agency, and they often collaborate on cases. 

Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre: “Mr. Clackworthy Tells the Truth"

Nov 4, 2013
Image by Evan Townsend

Welcome to another edition of Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre. 

In this episode, we bring you a humorous piece of caper fiction called "Mr. Clackworthy Tells the Truth," by Christopher B. Booth. 

It was first published in the Oct. 19, 1920, issue of "Detective Story" magazine. 

We hope you enjoy our presentation of the story.

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