In its audio form, Strange Detective Mysteries #1, was really very much like an anthology, a collection of stories by different authors.
The magazine consisted of several novelettes and some short stories, with the former broken up into bite-sized chunks.
The voice talents were all excellent.
In the first novelette, "When the Death-Bat Flies", I really didn't catch the protagonist's name, Aubrei Dunne, until I reread the liner notes, which I had captured as a text file. Nor did I pick up that he was a magician, till I read that in the notes, but it fit in with the story elements.
For some reason I was expected stories with more of a supernatural or occult bent. In the first story, there was a scene that described the flapping sound of a giant invisible bat, yet that creature never reappeared.
The stories, as performed, were an interesting mix of old and new.
They were all entertaining and enjoyable, each one memorable.