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A Series of Murders written by Simon Brett performed by Simon Brett on CD (Unabridged)

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A Series of Murders written by Simon Brett performed by Simon Brett on CD (Unabridged)
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ISBN:  9781445802039
Genre - Main:  Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Mystery
Duration:  310 mins
Length:  Unabridged
Author:  Simon Brett
Narrator 1:  Simon Brett
Rarity:  Extremely Rare

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Charles Paris is in clover. He has been contracted for three whole months to play brainless bobby Sergeant Clump, foil to the charismatic amateur sleuth, Stanislas Braid, in a TV series of that name. Recourse to the Bells is still needed, however, to get him through a days filmingone made all the more arduous by the pompous posturings of the shows star, and the constant outraged interruptions of the ancient author whose detective novels are being adapted. Indeed, there is plenty of friction about, but when a particularly unpromising actress is killed, crushed to death, there seems no reason to doubt it was an accidentexcept in Charless mind. Leaving behind a trail of broken resolutions and empty bottles, Charles indulges in some sleuthing of his own. He may lack the panache of the suave Stanislas Braid, but unlike the great detective the danger Paris encounters is only too real. A Series of Murders is a witty and delightful addition to Simon Bretts popular series.