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Father Gilbert Mysteries, Vol. 3: The Play's the Thing / The Grey Lady (Focus on the Family Radio Theatre) Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD
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Father Gilbert, an Anglican priest and former Scotland Yard detective, undertakes the solution of two mysteries, one involving "accidents" plaguing a theatrical troupe, the other a pattern of murders inspired by a mysterious woman. The acting, music, and production are fully professional, helping the reader become engaged with the stories. But Father Gilbert himself never becomes fully three-dimensional, despite holding center stage. Also, there's something unconvincing in the denouements of both mysteries, a fault of the writing, not the performances. They're entertaining--"Lady Gray" can even be chilling--up to their disappointing endings. W.M. © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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The story is performed by multiple artists rather than a book that is just read.
Paul McCusker has done a super fantastic job writing these stories and the Focus on the Family Radio Theatre brings it to life like no other. The characters are well written and the actors really bring them to life. It would be fun if Frank Peretti and Paul McCusker could do a full length thriller together based on the characters and adapted by the theater group. Oh, man!
Great mysteries! Had me thinking about who done it! Father Gilbert is great.