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Simon Brett writes great mysteries becuase the parts that don't deal with .
Simon Brett writes great mysteries becuase the parts that don't deal with the mystery could easily make a good book on their own. I think these are the best sorts of mysteries, just like, say, Singin' in the Rain is a great movie becuase it's great even without all the singing and dancing. Sicken and So Die does an excellent job as a novel about the theatre, but the mystery is just as important, and it's not that well done this time. I would also recommend Murder Unprompted and Star Trap, two earlier, better Charles Paris mysteries. 2 people found this helpful.
Star Trap ( Charles Paris - 3 ) Simon Brett Simon Brett Star Trap PART I London CHAPTER ONE ‘Actually,’said Gerald Venables, after a sip from his wine glass, ‘there’s. CHAPTER ONE. ‘Actually,’said Gerald Venables, after a sip from his wine glass, ‘there’s a bit more to it than that. ‘Ah,’ said Charles Paris. I thought there might b.
Written by Simon Brett, Audiobook narrated by Geoffrey Howard. Narrated by: Geoffrey Howard. Series: Charles Paris, Book 3. Length: 5 hrs and 46 mins.
Simon Anthony Lee Brett OBE FRSL (born 28 October 1945 in Worcester Park, Surrey, England) is a British writer of detective fiction and a radio producer. The son of chartered surveyor John Brett and Margaret (née Lee), a teacher, he was educated at Dulwich College and Wadham College, Oxford, where he gained a first-class honours degree in English. He is married with three children and lives in Arundel, West Sussex, England.
A silent breakfast with Ruth had been followed by a silent lift in her Renault 5L to the city centre. She started work at nine, so he had time to kill. She started work at nine, so he had time to kill he direction of the Dragonara for no apparent reason. To occupy his mind with trivialities, he pretended he was trailing the man in front of him. The head he followed was completely bald with enormous ears like the handles of a loving cup. Charles varied his pace, playing a game with himself, committing details to memory, checking the time.
Adeptly narrated by Geoffrey Howard, this short mystery moves nimbly. Howard's deep voice manuevers characters deftly and allows for individuation of the dramatic lead, Christopher Milton; his leading lady; and others behind the set who may be suspects.
Читать онлайн Star Trap. Book by a chap called Kevin McMahon, with music by some bloke whose name I forget
Simon Brett Star Trap PART I LondonCHAPTER ONE ‘Actually,’said Gerald Venables, after a sip from his wine glass, ‘there’s a bit more to it than that. Gerald took a long pause and twiddled the stem of his wine glass. Читать онлайн Star Trap. Book by a chap called Kevin McMahon, with music by some bloke whose name I forget. Anyway, Christopher Milton’s agent, Dickie Peck - do you know him, by the way?’ ‘By reputation.
by Simon Brett Author · Geoffrey Howard Narrator. Simon Brett worked as a producer with BBC radio before turning to writing full-time
by Simon Brett Author · Geoffrey Howard Narrator. Simon Brett worked as a producer with BBC radio before turning to writing full-time. A former president of Britain’s Crime Writers Association, he is the creator of the Mrs. Pargeter mysteries and the Charles Paris series as well as the Fethering. More about Simon Brett.
Joining the cast of a musical loosely based on She Stoops to Conquer, actor/detective Charles Paris is soon regretting his decision, irked as he is by the odious theatre and television star who is backing, producing and starring in the show. But when rehearsals are hampered by a strange series of mishaps, including the rehearsal pianist being shot in the hand and an actor falling and breaking his leg, Paris investigates and quickly decides that the star himself is responsible. But why would he want to sabotage his own show? The answer is much more human than it first appears
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