Rex Rivetter: Private Eye
About This Show
The year is 1955. Tinsel town. The land of make-believe.
It's a time of growth in American prosperity. Especially in Los Angeles.
Here, dreams are bought and sold.
But there's a seedier side to the City of Angels, the shadows where pimps and narcotics pushers live, where organized crime stands just around every corner with one hand out, and the other wrapped around a roscoe. It's a city full of fancy dames and slick cons, where bookies know the vig, so you better, too.
Some folks call it noir or pulp fiction. But for a private eye named Rex Rivetter, it's home.
Rex Rivetter: Private Eye is written by Greg McAfee and is transcribed in San Diego, California. Recording, sound and editing by DaveyBoy Productions. Rex Rivetter is directed by Rhiannon McAfee with vocal sound, and technical direction by Dave Rivas. "Nightmare," by the Artie Shaw Orchestra is used by permission of Music Sales Corp.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 13: The Case of the Missing Ending - Part 2
2 days ago
Part 2 of the season finale! A deepening mystery, a lie revealed, and Rex makes a promise. Rex Rivetter and The Case of the Missing Ending - Part 2 stars Randy Coull as Rex Rivetter and Rhiannon McAfee as Jenny McIntosh. This week's guest stars are Raylene Wall as Max Spazzamonte and Anthony Hamm as Levi. Featuring Frank Remiatte as Abe Breslow, Carolyn Wheat as Doris, and Sandy Hotchkiss as Betty Mae. Don't forget to subscribe on iTunes or Google Play and please, leave us a review, tell us what you think, and share with your friends on Facebook and Twitter! Your reviews and ratings on iTunes improve our visibility and make us more accessible to new listeners. Rex Rivetter has 17 nominations for the 2016 Audio Verse Awards. Voting is open until November 6th! Vote at www.audioverseawards.net. Rex Rivetter: Private Eye is written by Greg McAfee and directed by Rhiannon McAfee with sound, vocal, and technical direction by Dave Rivas. It is produced by Downstairs Entertainment in association with DaveyBoy Productions. "Nightmare," by the Artie Shaw Orchestra is used by permission of Music Sales Corp.