Detective Stories

Detective Stories – The Poisoned Pen Ch8 – The Forger

December 13, 2011

This Story is called The Forger. Someone has been forging and cashing checks. The bank thinks it is an inside job, and the two main suspects have disappeared. Kennedy discovers that the man is in disguise and plans to escape to South America on the next boat. [...]

Detective Stories – The Poisoned Pen Ch6 – The Sand Hog

June 15, 2011

This Story is called The Sand-Hog. A Mining company is digging a new subway tunnel under the harbor. Accidents keep happening, and now the owner of the company has come down with a terrible case of the bends. It is a dangerous job, and Kennedy needs to figure out what is causing the accidents before more people die. [...]

Detective Stories – The Poisoned Pen Ch5: The Confidence King

May 12, 2011

This Story is called The Confidence King. A counterfeiter has excaped from London to America, now fake bills are showing up all over New York. They catch the man they suspect, but the fingerprints don't match. He has to be released. Then another completely different man is caught, Kennedy thinks it is the same man. No one believes him, how could a man change himself so completely? Tune in to see if Kennedy has finally met his match.[...]

Detective Stories: The Poisoned Pen Ch3 – The Germ of Death

February 6, 2011

The Russian revolution movement is alive and stong in New York City, but he Czar is out to destroy the revolutionists before they can realize their dream. The leader of the movement in New York has mysteriously taken ill, then a ussian actess, and then the cook. Can Kennedy figure out what is going on before the evolutionists all take ill and die? [...]

AudioBook: The Silent Bullet

December 4, 2010

The many adventures of Professor Craig Kennedy were chronicled by Arthur B. Reeve (October 15, 1880 - August 9, 1936). Reeve was an American mystery writer who created 82 Craig Kennedy mystery stories. The stories have a very Sherlock Holmes type feel, In fact Kennedy has been referred to as the "American Shelock Holmes". [...]
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