Clive Cussler, "The Grand Master of Adventure", sends his intrepid heroes Dirk Pitt and Al Giordino on their wildest, boldest mission into the ancient world, unlocking extraordinary secrets and solving hideous crimes. Another fabulous story from the most beloved series from the number-one New York Times best-selling author. The murders of a team of United Nations scientists in El Salvador.... A deadly collision in the waterways off the city of Detroit.... An attack by tomb raiders on an archaeological site along the banks of the Nile.... Is there a link between these violent events? The answer may lie in the tale of an Egyptian princess forced to flee the armies of her father 3,000 years ago. During what was supposed to be a routine investigation in South America, NUMA Director Dirk Pitt finds himself embroiled in an international mystery, one that will lead him across the world and will threaten everyone and everything he knows - most importantly, his own family. Pitt travels to Scotland in search of answers about the spread of an unknown disease and the shadowy bioremediation company that may be behind it.Â Meanwhile, his son and daughter face a threat of their own when the discoveries they have made in an Egyptian tomb put killers on their trail. These seemingly unrelated riddles come together in a stunning showdown on the rocky isles of Ireland, where only the Pitts can unravel the secrets of an ancient enigma that could change the very future of mankind.
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Gunshots, fist fights, and footsteps in the dark! Come hear crime and mystery, action and suspense with radio's greatest detectives! Ten hours of bracing crime-stopping broadcasts bring you Sherlock Holmes, Sam Spade, The Saint, The Shadow, Johnny Dollar, Bulldog Drummond - and 14 more favorites! Vincent Price, Bob Bailey, Basil Rathbone, Howard Duff, Dick Powell, and more star in 20 tales that are hard boiled and heroic, brilliant and bloody. Episodes include: Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator: Visitor at Midnight 05-12-55; Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: The Meek Memorial Matter 03-03-57; The Shadow: Death on the Bridge 03-03-40; Nick Carter, Master Detective: Death in the Pines 03-04-44; Mr. and Mrs. North: The Norths Go To the Dogs 02-02-44; Candy Matson: The Egyptian Amulet 10-23-50; Bulldog Drummond: Death Rides a Racehorse 03-03-48; Boston Blackie: Kingston and the Disappearing Office Building 09-08-48; Sherlock Holmes: The Bruce Partington Plans 11-06-39; Pat Novak for Hire: Rubin Callaway's Pictures 03-13-49; Gang Busters: The Case of the Cowboy Killers 08-28-48; Dragnet: The Big Watch 05-25-54; The Saint: The Horrible Hamburger 09-10-50; The Falcon: The Case of the Widow's Gorilla 11-12-50; Night Beat: Flowers on the Water 03-27-50; Broadway's My Beat: The Bob Foster Murder Case 11-08-52; The Adventures of Sam Spade, Detective: The Queen Bee Caper 07-10-49; The Adventures of Philip Marlowe: The Uneasy Head 06-06-50; Michael Shayne: The Case of Tahlani's Tears 01-15-49; Richard Diamond, Private Detective: Central Park Murder 08-20-49.
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Diamond Detective Agency. A pleasant smile, a cheerful rhyme, and we'll keep you from doing time. A quip, a carefree whistle, and a case closed - that's Dick Powell's Richard Diamond. Clients can be scarce, but he's not a bit worried. You see, he's "in partnership with a shill called human nature." And she's really quite reliable. Sooner or later someone will need his services for matters of protection or pay back, blackmail or bombs, modern art or murder. Virginia Gregg, Ed Begley, Wilms Herbert, Frances Robinson, and Arthur Q. Bryan costar in 12 digitally restored and remastered episodes. Episodes include: "The Betty Moran Case", 05-29-49; "The Fred Sears Murder Case", 06-19-49; "The Martin White Case", 01-22-50; "The Louis Spence Case", 03-05-50; "The Joyce Wallace Case", 03-12-50; "The Blue Serge Suit", 02-09-51; "The Grey Man", 02-16-51; "The Carnival", 03-30-51; "The Hank Burton Case", 03-21-52; "The Rifle Case", 06-28-53; "The Chapel Hill Police Officer's Symposium Speech", 07-19-53; and "The Mona Lisa Murder", 07-26-53.
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From the darkest, foggiest, most rain-swept streets of your imagination come The Great Radio Private Eyes! Detectives, investigators, shamuses all - here's a legion of radio's best-remembered gumshoes taking on all comers in a wide-ranging collection of thrill-packed cases of crime. They're all here! From Bulldog Drummond to Candy Matson, from the urbane world of The Falcon to the grubby dockside world of Pat Novak - get set for classic radio drama at its most compelling! Episodes Include: Pat Novak For Hire: Shirt Mix-Up At The Laundry 05-07-49. Michael Shayne, Private Detective: Bayou Monster 08-20-49. Richard Diamond: Butchers and Protection Racket 01-07-50. Philo Vance: Scarface Murder Case 02-14-50. Adventures of Christopher London: Price of Sugar 02-26-50. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: The Pearl Carrasa Matter 04-25-50. Mr. Keen, Tracer Of Lost Persons: The Skull And Crossbones Murder Case 06-15-50. Philip Marlowe: The Final Payment 09-15-50. Let George Do It: Tune On A Triangle 01-15-51. The Falcon: The Case Of The Neighbor's Nightmare 02-04-51. Private Files Of Rex Saunders: A Shocking Still Life 05-09-51. Candy Matson: Candy's Last Case 05-21-51. Barrie Craig: The Tough Guy 07-06-54. Danger With Grainger: Out Of Jail For Christmas 1956. Bulldog Drummond: Dinner Of Death 04-23-45. Sherlock Holmes: April Fool's Adventure 04-01-46. Casebook Of Gregory Hood: South Of The Border 07-15-46. Boston Blackie: Eva Cronin Is Stalked 06-04-47. Jeff Regan, Investigator: The House By The Sea 09-04-48. Sam Spade: The Battles Of Belvedere 05-01-49 PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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Radioâs dark alleys and rain-swept side streets were prowled by plenty of detectives - but, only one of them sat down each week at the piano, after the felons were safely jugged, and crooned to his girlfriend. Dick Powell, the tenacious man with the sweet tenor voice, stars as Richard Diamond, Private Detective! Diamond is a delightfully unpredictable detective - as much inclined to shoot off his mouth in a tight spot as he is to shoot off his gun - who can take more than his share of punishment from goons and gunsels without having his sense of humor take a beating. These eight digitally restored and remastered episodes co-star actress Virginia Gregg as Helen Asher and Ed Begley as Lieutenant Levinson. Wilms Herbert pulls double duty, playing both Desk Sergeant Otis and Helenâs butler Francis. Episodes Include: The Ralph Chase Case 05-15-49; The Tom Waxman Bombing Case (a.k.a. Deadly Delivery) 06-26-49; The Bloody Hat Case 07-02-49; Kidnapped for Revenge (a.k.a. Charles Welsh, Bob Wells) 07-09-49; The Letter Perfect Murder (a.k.a. The Martin Hyer Case) 07-23-49; Thomas Jason Case (a.k.a. Stocks and Blondes) 12-31-49; To Guard a Seal 02-05-50; The Enigma of Big Ed 04-04-52.
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Created by Blake Edwards, Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC Radio in 1949, starring film actor and crooner Dick Powell. Powell had recently played Philip Marlowe in the popular RKO film Murder, My Sweet and jumped at the chance to play a suave detective on the radio. Diamond was a lighthearted, New York - based private eye who enjoyed ribbing the cops and singing songs to his millionaire girlfriend, Helen Asher. Its theme, "Leave it to Love," was whistled by Powell at the beginning of each episode. Powell's production company, Four Star Television, produced a version of Richard Diamond, Private Detective for CBS in 1957. The lead role went to David Janssen, who would later gain fame as Dr. Richard Kimble on The Fugitive. Sam, Diamond's beautiful secretary, was only ever shown from the waist down. Those beautiful legs belonged to Mary Tyler Moore, as well as other actresses. Episodes include "The Ralph Chase Case," "The Stolen Purse and Counterfeit Ring," "The Betty Moran Case", "The Rene Benay Protection Case", "The John Blackwell Case", "A Christmas Carol", "The Doug Saxon Case", "Timothy the Seal", "The Elaine Tanner Case", "The Jewel Thief", "The Cop Killer" and "The Louis Spence Case."
Â©2014 Hollywood 360 Radio (P)2014 Blackstone Audio
For 20 years Suspense brought radio listeners incalculable sharp inhales, tingled spines, and shortened breaths. Every week brought a fresh slate, a fresh cast, and a fresh challenge with an attention to detail and consistent script quality that never lost ground. From beginning to end, Suspense stands as one of radioâs lasting achievements - and the creative peak of the broadcast anthology format.Â Â Suspense: Omnibus includes 20 of the best episodes from the series that, true to form, feature ordinary people - painfully ordinary - who through no fault of their own, find themselves immersed in extraordinary circumstances. Small, innocuous, it-doesnât-really-hurt-anyone crimes spiral wildly out of control. Innocent white lies turned dark and terrifying in their consequences. Playing these ordinary people are extraordinary stars including John Dehner, Charles Laughton, Howard Duff, Rosalind Russell, Dick Powell, Ray Milland, Gregory Peck, Sheldon Leonard, Vincent Price, Dana Andrews, William Bendix, Lena Horne, Orson Welles, Ed Gardner, and more. For radio enthusiasts, thereâs nothing quite like Suspense! Digitally remastered for your listening enjoyment.Â Â Episodes include: The Bodysnatchers 11-24-42; Life Ends at Midnight 02-17-44; The Palmer Method 04-20-44; The Dark Tower 05-04-44; You Were Wonderful 11-09-44; A Guy Gets Lonely 04-05-45; Pearls Are a Nuisance 04-19-45; Two Birds With One Stone 05-17-45; My Dear Niece 01-24-46; The Name of the Beast 04-11-46; Feast of the Furies 07-11-46; Tree of Life 01-02-47; The Twist 09-11-47; Nightmare 09-01-49; Chicken Feed 09-08-49; Blind Date 09-29-49; Slow Burn 02-23-50; When the Bough Breaks 05-03-51; Neil Cream, Doctor of Poison 09-17-51; The Man with the Steel Teeth 02-17-55.
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Created by Blake Edwards of The Pink Panther fame, Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC radio in 1949 starring film actor and singer Dick Powell. Powell had recently played Philip Marlowe in the popular RKO film Murder, My Sweet and jumped at the chance to play a suave detective on radio. Edwards' hard-boiled private detective scripts for Richard Diamond, Private Detective became NBC's answer to Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe, reflecting Edwards' unique humor. Richard Diamond was a lighthearted, New York-based private eye who enjoyed poking fun at the cops and singing songs to his millionairess girlfriend, Helen Asher, played by Virginia Gregg. The show's theme song, "Leave It to Love", was whistled by Powell at the beginning of each episode. Powell's production company, Four Star Television, later produced a TV version of Richard Diamond, Private Detective for CBS in 1957, with David Janssen cast in the role of Diamond. The exciting episodes in this collection are: "The Fred Sears Murder Case" 6/19/49, "Tom Waxman Bomb Case" 6/26/49, "Charles Walsh to Kill Diamond" 7/9/49, "The Gibson Murder Case" 10/8/49, "The Newspaper Boy and the Ring" 10/15/49, "Death and the Package" 4/5/50, "Pete Rocco Breaks Jail" 10/4/50, "The Nancy Lang Case" 11/8/50, "The Marilyn Connors Case" 1/12/51, "A Man with a Scar" 1/19/51, "The Rollins Case" 1/26/51, and "The Gunsmith Case" 6/28/53.
Â©2016 Black Eye Entertainment (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Dick Powell established himself as a silver screen icon in the 1930s as the apple-cheeked crooning sensation in countless Depression-era musicals. But the 1940s found him playing every tough guy from Philip Marlowe to Richard Rogue...to Richard Diamond, private detective. Powell's portrayal of Diamond,and his flawless chemistry with Virginia Gregg as the detective's socialite girlfriend, Helen Asher, brought the series' admiringly clever scripts to life. Flippancy and fast quips flew between Diamond and ulcerated cop Lieutenant Levinson (Ed Begley), who really did like Rick in spite of the aggravation he caused. But that was child's play compared to the suffer-no-fools contempt the PI had for the boundless idiocy of Sergeant Otis Ludlum (Wilms Herbert). Sit back and enjoy 16 digitally remastered adventures with a detective who not only solves the perfect crime...but is also in perfect voice. Episodes include: The Jerome J. Jerome Case 09-17-49; The 200,000 Dollar Bundle 09-24-49; RenÃ© Bennet Protection Case 10-22-49; Bill Kirby Murder Case 10-29-49; The Singing Critic 11-05-49; $50,000 Diamond Heist 11-12-49; The Jacoby Case 11-19-49; William Carter Loses Memory 11-26-49; The Ruby Idol Case 12-03-49; The House of Mystery Case 12-10-49; The John Blackwell Case 12-17-49; Mr. Victor's Daughter 01-15-50; The Jewel Thief 02-19-50; The Martha Campbell Kidnap Case 07-26-50; Edna Wolfe Case 08-09-50; The Rifle Case 06-28-53.
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