|Format||Release Date||List Price||Your Price||ISBN|
|1 MP3 CDs||May 17, 2016||$29.99||$19.99||9781682625118||Add to Cart|
|10 Audio CDs||May 17, 2016||$49.99||$39.99||9781682625071||Add to Cart|
Part 7 of the Calling All Cars series.
Radio played a part in stemming the tide against crime - and never more so than in 'Calling All Cars', one of the earliest and most durable police procedural shows. In this first volume, dramatizing true crime exploits, and introduced by real-life law enforcement officials, 'Calling All Cars' offered listeners the gritty details of criminal activities in true 'ripped from the headlines' style. Led by writer/director William N. Robson offered listeners the audio equivalent of a Warner Brothers crime drama. Kidnappings, petty thefts, prison breaks, bunco schemes...all were raw materials for the creators of each show and details of these crimes were used as the basis for the realistic dramas being presented in volume seven of Calling All Cars. Episodes included: The Case of the Long Bladed Knife, Murder With Mushrooms, The Case of the Pink-Nosed Pig, Murder At Midnight, The Case of the Ruined Suspenders, The Case of the King's Ransom, The Case Of The Greasy Rail, The 25th Stamp, The Case of the Inco