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Captain Underhill Unlocks the Enigma: The…

Captain Underhill Unlocks the Enigma: The Queen is in the Counting House…

by Steven Thomas Oney

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Fully dramatized, performed by a full cast with original music and sound effects. "The queen is in the counting house" is a timely tale about up-and-coming Boston Red Sox catcher Zachary Devlin who could perhaps take the team to a World Championship, but only if he can survive--literally--the annual Cape Cod exhibition game. A child's prank goes horribly wrong, trapping a young boy in a cast iron safe in "Don't touch that dial." The listener follows in real time as Captain Underhill must use his wits to defeat an enemy he can't out-think or out-maneuver--the locked safe--in time to open the door before the boy runs out of air.… (more)

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