SUSPENSE: THE RADIO PROGRAM, TELEVISION PROGRAM, COMICS AND MYSTERY MAGAZINES by Darryl Shelton
"Tales well calculated to keep you in . . . SUSPENSE!"
The longest-running anthology program specializing in mystery and horror came to life in 1942 with "The Burning Court" over the Columbia Broadcasting System, and gained a strong audience until 1962. Hollywood movie stars played roles (either as the victims or the murderers) in chilling stories from the masters of mystery. The radio program gained enough popularity to spawn two television programs, two mystery magazines and a series of comic books.
Researched and cross-referenced by (name of author), this book delves into the background of each episode, including authorship and cast credits.
If you own a few radio broadcasts or television episodes, this book is a must-have companion piece for your bookshelf.