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February 10, 2008

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Grigs

Which version would you say was the best of the three?

cmillinsf

I don't think the version with Sam Edwards was as good as the other two. Personally, I kind of liked the one with Van Heflin the best.

Grigs

OK, I'll download it and give it a listen. The synopsis intrigues me.

It was a dark and stormy night last night here in Indiana, so I turned out the lights and listened to "The House In Cypress Canyon". I try to do that a few times each year. :) Fun stuff!

Grigs

That was great. Loved the plot, dialouge, characters...everything. What I liked best was that it wasn't easily figured out. The guy that I pegged as the red herring turned out to be the killer.

cmillinsf

Glad you liked it. Rest assured that here at Escape and Suspense!, we are always here for your entertainment -- especially on dark and story nights. Take care,- Christine

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