When young drama student Mary Dreisler is found murdered in her flat, her father instantly sends for Paul Temple. There appears to have been no struggle, no robbery, no motive. The only possible clue is a package that arrives for the dead girl. It contains a gramophone record called My Heart and Harry and attached is a note: "Adored every minute of it - Spencer". Who is Spencer? Does the song have anything to do with the murder? If anyone can find the answers, Paul can.
© Estate of Francis Durbridge; (P)2000, 2004 BBC Audiobooks Ltd.
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"Old fashioned charm"
i have a real enjoyment of the paul temple mysteries - they are very much of their time: they are a frightfully upper middle-class couple - paul is a successful crime writer, while his wife steve (yes that is her name!) used to be an investigative journalist with a male alias, but is now content with helping her husband by using her famed intuition to ascertain who's charming or ghastly! i jest, because these radio shows are terrific fun and very exciting. true, the story lines are slightly repetitive and overly similar - such as a young and naive girl gets bumped off for mixing in the 'wrong crowd' and there is always a charming foreigner who is actually a ruthless criminal genius... but i digress. the temple affairs are marvellous fun, and you can laugh yourself silly at how 'terribly, terribly' posh they are - their servant charlie gets them annoyed when he says 'okey dokey' or 'righty ho!' (yes, they have a servant!) ... because this is set in the late 50's/ early 60's, they all smoke like chimneys and drive sports cars after downing sweet sherries or double whiskies and sodas! please enjoy this and appreciate it for its spirit and the time for which it was written, you won't regret it - 'by timothy!' - another habitual catchphrase! delightful!
loved it again but not one of the best ones a bit slow in places but still good old fashioned BBC radio
"❤BRILLIANT & ️PURE JOY - PAUL TEMPLE"
I keep these for cold wet lazy Sunday afternoons & enjoy over 3 hours of pure Paul Temple at it's best. These are brilliant productions with an excellent full cast. I like the husband & wife team so much I bought the full collection. Great stories, production & sound track. The way Paul speaks to his wife is at times, quite hilarious. I love it ❤️
"Usual formula, Usual fun ...."
These classic stories really take you out of yourself.. They are of another time ......a time of dry martinis, Ticking parcels, womens intuition, bodies in bushes, women with 'pasts', Sir Graham of the yard, 'staff' and villains...... 'byTimothy they are good' ---
The ending is inconsequential--- its the journey that is Important -
'Steve' as she is the real brains of the operation----
'By Timothy its good" Pauls catch line -
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