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Kerides, the Thinker, Box Set II

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Welcome to Alexandria Egypt in the year 276 B. C. The Roman Empire hasn’t emerged as yet and the known world is mostly made up of countries and empires long since extinct. However, no matter when in history we find ourselves one thing is certain, where there are people there will be crime and in Alexandria where there is crime you’ll find the young Greek philosopher Kerides, the Thinker working to bring the criminal to justice.  And where there is Kerides you’ll find the young former female slave with the sharp tongue, Adrea.  In this collection we learn about more of her past and we meet her mother played by Sarah’s real life mom Mary Anne Dorward.

 

 

 

Death Over Dinner: Kerides is now working for General Karnak and bringing in regular money, so Adrea decides its time for a night out. A little wine some dinner and a dead body? Some days it doesn’t pay to leave the house. 

 

Return of the Queen: In this special double-length episode that takes our favorite young mystery solving Greek philosopher along with Adrea, his sharp tongued companion, into the world of those who travel in time and space. You can imagine how well that goes in ancient Egypt.

 

Scene of the Crime: Its murder again in ancient Egypt and out favorite young Greek scholar and Adrea are up to their ears in it. Only this time the investigation takes a new and not wholly unexpected turn.

 

Mother of All Crimes: It’s a time of change for our young Greek crime solver and the former slave Adrea. They’ve found love together and she may have found her mother. Unfortunately she may also have lost her in the same day since Mom has been arrested for murder.

 

Brother Can You Spare a Crime: Adrea has found her mother and now wants information on her father, however, there are some dangerous people who want make certain she never gets it.

 

Audio File Magazine reviews Kerides the Thinker II.

It's 276 B.C., and a young Greek philosopher and his quick-witted companion meet up with murder, mystery, corruption, and the ghost of a pharaoh. This is the second series of twenty-minute tales set in exotic Alexandria, Egypt. Up-and-coming voice talents Ulric Dihle and Sarah Schenkkan develop a nice chemistry between their characters and voices, and the budding romance between Kerides and Adrea becomes the centerpiece of the production. The sound effects for these tales remain simple. This is entertaining, easygoing listening. B.P. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: OCTOBER 2016]

 

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