Entremeses de Cervantes

En el Madrid de 1615, Miguel de Cervantes publica sus Entremeses, siguiendo el estilo de Lope de Rueda quien los llamaba Pasos. El fin del dichos Entremeses es llenar los huecos...

Under the Rainbow

‘Laskey is a talented, sharp writer and her debut novel has its fingers on the pulse of the human condition’ Kristen Arnett, author of The New York Times-bestseller Mostly...

One Tuesday Morning

A devoted fireman and a driven businessman, strangers with the same face. Only one will leave the Twin Towers alive, but will he ever find his way home? On the morning of...

Adventures of Nero Wolfe, The: The Case of the Careworn Cuff Old Time Radio Shows

A man with one shirt cuff more worn than the other pays Wolfe $1000 to drop Dorothy Spencer as a client, even though Wolfe never heard of her. Mr. Porter is promptly found...

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The: The Adventure of the Red-Headed League

Sherlock Holmes was a detective series that aired at various dates from 1930 to 1956. It was based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous novel and character of the same name.

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The: The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax

Miss Dobney, Lady Frances Carfax's former housekeeper, who was used to get letters from her mistress on a regular basis, is alarmed by her sudden silence. She asks Sherlock Holmes...

Adventures of Philip Marlowe, The: The Heat Wave

Why is The Heat Wave, a burlesque dancer wearing a golden mask? Marlowe's been hired to find out. Murder tries a strip tease!

Adventures of Philip Marlowe, The: The Lady in Mink

The story of a mixed-up girl, and her mixed-up life and her really strange sister. The big fog that clung to Los Angeles made searching for the girl who was going to kill herself...

Adventures of Sam Spade, The: The Calcutta Trunk Caper

Sam Spade receives a visit from Marsha Hopkins who tells him that she is dreadfully worried about her sister Miss Constance Pendleton who has become involved with a scoundrel and...

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