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ISBN:  9781445890562
Genre - Main:  Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Drama
Duration:  120 mins
Length:  Abridged
Author:  Simon Brett
Narrator 1:  Bill Nighy
Narrator 2:  Suzanne Burden
Narrator 3:  Geraldine McEwan
Rarity:  Extremely Rare

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Charles is out of work again, and to make matters worse his mother has come to stay and he's no way of escaping her. So when he's offered some voiceover work by old friend, Hugo, he's delighted to get out of the house. But Hugo's marriage is in trouble: his much younger wife, Ellie, spends all her time at her...

Amateur Dramatic Group, and Hugo is drinking too much. When Ellie is found drowned in their swimming pool, it seems Hugo is guilty of murder. It's up to Charles to prove his friend's innocence...

Bill Nighy, Suzanne Burden and Geraldine McEwan are among the star cast in this entertaining mystery, dramatised by Jeremy Front. Written by Jeremy Front, based on the novel by Simon Brett.

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