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July 02, 2008

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Mike Hobart

This story works well on radio -- the middle, where the couple cower in their dimly-lighted cottage awaiting either a rescuer or a murderer, is quintessential radio drama. Alas, the "third act" problem rears its ugly head again; having set up the situation, there are only a couple of ways it can end, so the climax comes as no surprise to any experienced listner. But well produced episode.

cmillinsf

True, the story only leaves you with two options! What it lacks in surprise, it makes up for with good performances. Also, there is an obvious similarity to "On A Country Road."

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Thanks for your cooperation, - Christine

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