The great radio detective lives again in a brand new reading by Anthony Head
Crime novelist and detective Paul Temple and his glamorous wife Steve made their first appearance on BBC Radio in 1938. They inhabited a sophisticated world of chilled cocktails and fast cars, where the women were chic and the men wore cravats - a world where Sir Graham Forbes, of Scotland Yard, usually needed Paul Temple's help with his latest tricky case.
The radio serials proved so popular that Francis Durbridge was inspired to write a succession of novels featuring the smooth sleuth. Paul Temple and the Curzon Case is a gripping story of kidnapping, intrigue and sudden death read by Buffy and Little Britain star Anthony Head.
An aeroplane crashes on the cliffs of Dulworth Bay, and two boys disappear from a public school in the same village. Are the two events connected? And who is the mysterious Curzon? His name first appears etched on a cricket bat owned by one of the missing Baxter boys, but nobody at the school, in the village or the boys' father has heard of him.
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