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Adventures by Morse: Dead Men Prowl

Reviewed by Curt Ladnier

From Issue #3, March, 1992

Dead Men Prowl, an Adventures by Morse serial, is a little slow to start, but by the end of Chapter 2 you'll know why Carlton E. Morse is the acknowledged master of the serial thriller! All ten chapters (five solid hours) are here and they're sure to please anyone who loves a good, creepy mystery.

Detective Bart Friday brings Dr. Jamie Croft to the remote California resort community of Holman for a weekend's rest. However, their hopes of relaxation are shattered literally as soon as they arrive, when they find the dead body of one of Holman's wealthiest citizens lying on the beach. By the time they reach the town proper, two more bodies turn up, and eyewitnesses swear a skeleton in black monk's robes is roaming the streets. Worst of all, the bodies keep dissapearing from the morgue, and all evidence indicates that they are prowling about the town! What unravels is the strange story of a feud within a family that may not end, even in the grave. Careful listeners may figure this one out before the final chapter, but it won't make the story less entertaining. Highly recommended listening!

All ten half-hour episodes of the 1944 serial are available [...]. The sound quality is good.