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New Podcast at Mysteryshows.com - "Suspense - A Little Matter Of Memory" 

SUSPENSE September 30, 1954 "A Little Matter of Memory" was based on the story by James Helvick. A couple staying in an isolated cottage return from a walk only to discover a note on their door telling of a dangerous maniac on the loose. Very tense beginning and middle with some quintessential radio drama scenes, but the Third Act problems are nigh insurmountable. Having set the plot in motion, there are only a couple of ways that it can end. But kudos to Norman MacDonnell who produced and directed. Lawrence Dobkin played Edward and Paula Winslowe played Joan. Also appearing were Edgar Barrier, Joseph Kearns, and Richard Peel. James Helvick was a pseudonym for Francis Claud Cockburn (1904-1981), a British journalist and novelist who wrote an interesting book about the phenomenon of the best-selling novel. (He was also the cousin of Evelyn Waugh.)

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