Clouds Cover the Campus

Read by Maria Therese

(4.3 stars; 24 reviews)

On an American college campus, in the early years of World War II, a professor from Germany is murdered and the plans for a new bomb sight he had invented are missing. Who murdered the professor and stole the plans? And are the accidents happening with alarming frequency to young student aviators from the campus really accidents -- or is some unknown conspiracy afoot?

This mystery novel was written by Daniel A Lord, S.J., a priest and popular American Catholic writer. The subjects of the works in his bibliography range from religion, humor, plays, songs, mysteries and even politics. His most influential work was possibly in drafting the 1930 Production Code for motion pictures. (Introduction by Maria Therese) (4 hr 1 min)


1 - Chapter One 29:22 Read by Maria Therese
2 - Chapter Two 28:37 Read by Maria Therese
3 - Chapter Three 27:33 Read by Maria Therese
4 - Chapter Four 25:28 Read by Maria Therese
5 - Chapter Five 28:11 Read by Maria Therese
6 - Chapter Six 27:19 Read by Maria Therese
7 - Chapter Seven 24:40 Read by Maria Therese
8 - Chapter Eight 26:43 Read by Maria Therese
9 - Chapter Nine 23:44 Read by Maria Therese


Reader doesn't enunciate very well.

(4 stars)

Thought provoking. The enemy has figured out how to keep us out of war. 2017

Fun read!

(5 stars)

I just discovered this writer recently and have really enjoyed his stories. The reader did a great job, thank you.

I totally love this book!

(5 stars)

I love the way the book uses Catholic themes to tell the story of good and evil.

Back to college

(4 stars)

Rousing adventure mixed with true mystery. Several twists at the end. Well read. Recommend.

clouds cover the campus

(5 stars)

well read a good plot

shame it wasn’t longer, decent story.

(5 stars)

Good production