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Slim Chances with Additions and Afterthoughts written by Edward Petherbridge performed by Edward Petherbridge on CD (Abridged)

Slim Chances with Additions and Afterthoughts written by Edward Petherbridge performed by Edward Petherbridge on CD (Abridged)£29.99

A Genius Performance by Edward Petherbridge! In this autobiographical work Edward Petherbridge recounts his time at the National Theatre and his life as a jobbing actor. Wonderfully whitty and full of real life insights, this book will take you back to the great days of The Master (Olivier) ....

A Charles Paris Mystery - Murder in the Title written by Simon Brett performed by BBC Full Cast Dramatisation and Bill Nighy on CD (Unabridged)

A Charles Paris Mystery - Murder in the Title written by Simon Brett performed by BBC Full Cast Dramatisation and Bill Nighy on CD (Unabridged)
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ISBN:  9781408469743
Genre - Main:  Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Drama
Duration:  120 mins
Length:  Unabridged
Author:  Simon Brett
Narrator 1:  BBC Full Cast Dramatisation
Narrator 2:  Bill Nighy

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This is a BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Simon Brett's comic crime novel, starring Bill Nighy as actor turned amateur sleuth Charles Paris.

Charles Paris is his own worst enemy, a louche lush who can resist anything except temptation - especially in the form of women and alcohol. He's been out of work so long now he feels he may never get a job and he's driving Frances, his semi-ex-wife, mad. So when he's offered a small role in a play, she nearly pushes him out of the door. But it seems that "The Message is Murder" is such a terrible production that someone wants to kill off the cast. First there is a series of nasty accidents, then someone attempts to stab Charles. Can he find the murderer before they strike again?

Bill Nighy stars as Charles Paris in this entertaining dramatisation by Jeremy Front.

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