The Secret of Lonesome Cove
A corpse emerges on a New England beach, handcuffed to a raft. The whole town seems to want to cover up everything and bury the body as quickly as possible without even bothering to identify it. Our hero, Chester Kent, is determined to investigate the matter...Nothing is as it seems in this completely engrossing mystery yarn that plays out like walking inside a labyrinth! The listener comes up against constant dead-ends during the tale's unfolding, right up to the surprising and satisfying resolution.
Samuel Hopkins Adams was an American writer, best known for his investigative journalism and muckraking exposing public-health injustices. He was a close friend of both the investigative reporter Ray Stannard Baker and District Attorney Benjamin Darrow
Adams was a prolific writer, “Night Bus” (1933), one of his many magazine stories, became the basis for the 1934 film It Happened One Night. He also published a biography of Alexander Woollcott (1945) In the 1920s and 1930s, Adams, under the pseudonym of Warner Fabian, wrote several novels that at the time were considered highly risqué. These titillating works, which mainly featured young women flappers and their trials and tribulations of early adulthood, often became best-sellers avidly read by Jazz Age youth.
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