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by Peter Wickham,Francis Durbridge


This novel is entirely a work of fiction. The names, characters and incidents portrayed in it are the work of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events or localities is entirely coincidental.

Peter Coke took over the part in the 1954 serial, "Paul Temple and the . Paul Temple - is a fictional character created by British author Francis Durbridge ().

Peter Coke took over the part in the 1954 serial, "Paul Temple and the Gilbert Case", and played the part until the serials came to an end. Marjorie Westbury took over the part of Steve from the fifth serial, "Send for Paul Temple Again" (1945), although she had a small part in the fourth serial, "Paul Temple Intervenes" (1942). Durbridge wrote several Paul Temple novels in collaboration with John Thewes, Douglas Rutherford and Charles Hatten – and those he wrote with Rutherford appeared under the pen name "Paul Temple", making the fictional writer "real".

Paul Temple and the Harkdale Robbery. I love Durbridge's radio & TV, but I find his novels mediocre. A couple interesting things about Harkdale: it doesn't have as much glamour, and it's more risque than any . story I've come across. Scenes revolve around the criminals; usually Durbridge only shows what Paul & Steve are doing. I've also noticed (from 2 books), he never describes the Temples; perhaps because he knew everyone had their own image from the radio-plays. I was once surprised when someone on the BBC referred to I love Durbridge's radio & TV, but I find his novels mediocre.

Durbridge created the character of Paul Temple, a crime novelist and . Durbridge wrote twenty Paul Temple serials for radio.

Durbridge created the character of Paul Temple, a crime novelist and detective, in the 1930s. With Steve Trent, a Fleet Street journalist who would later become his wife, Temple solved numerous crimes in the glamorous world of the leisured middle classes, first on radio, then in films and, from 1969 to 1971, in a television series. The first was Send for Paul Temple, broadcast in eight episodes on the BBC Midland Regional Programme from 8 April 1938

In 1938, Durbridge created the character Paul Temple, a crime novelist and detective. Durbridge also forged a successful career as a writer for the stage with seven plays, the last of which, Sweet Revenge, was written in 1991.

In 1938, Durbridge created the character Paul Temple, a crime novelist and detective. With Steve Trent, a Fleet Street journalist and later his wife, Temple solved numerous crimes in the glamorous world of the leisured middle classes, first on radio, then in films and, from 1969 to 1971, in a television series. In addition to the Paul Temple series, Durbridge wrote other mysteries for radio and television, many of which were also produced for German and Italian television and radio

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After a heist goes down at Harkdale bank, a gang of thieves flee and a car chase ensues.

Read Paul Temple and the Harkdale Robbery, by Francis Durbridge online on Bookmate – Paul and Steve are back to solve the latest hard-hitting case of robbery and murder. After a heist goes down at Harkdale bank, a gang of thieves flee and a car chase ensues. As police close in on them, the thieves come to a screeching dead end. All the police have to do is retrieve the mone. ut the only thing the thieves have on them is an Oxford Dictionary! And when Paul Temple returns home, he finds the dead body of one of the robber. o read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The bank robbers were caught straight away, but in the bag there was a 'Concise Oxford Dictionary' instead of money. Moreover, in Paul Temple's garage was the body of one of the robbers. So commences one of the strangest cases of Paul temple's career. Before it is done he comes face to face with deeply hidden underworld figures, including the 'Master Mind'.

Paul Temple Intervenes. Sir Graham Forbes, of Scotland Yard, often needs the help usually needed Paul's help with his latest tricky case. Paul Temple and the Harkdale Robbery. Myron Harwood, an American, is found dead in a country lane. Paul and Steve are back to solve the latest hard-hitting case of robbery and murder. All the police have to do is retrieve the money. but the only thing the thieves have on them is an Oxford Dictionary!

Francis Henry Durbridge was born 25th November 1912 in Hull, England. In 1938, Durbridge created the character Paul Temple, a crime novelist and detective.

Francis Henry Durbridge was born 25th November 1912 in Hull, England. He was educated at Bradford Grammar School, where he was encouraged to write by his English teacher. He continued to do so while studying English at Birmingham University.

The bank robbers were caught straight away, but in the bag there was a 'Concise Oxford Dictionary' instead of money. Moreover, in Paul Temple's garage was the body of one of the robbers. So commences one of the strangest cases of Paul temple's career. Before it is done he comes face to face with deeply hidden underworld figures, including the 'Master Mind'.

Paul Temple and the Harkdale Robbery epub download

ISBN13: 978-0753115480

ISBN: 0753115484

Author: Peter Wickham,Francis Durbridge

Category: Mystery and Thriller

Language: English

Publisher: ISIS Audio Books (September 2002)

ePUB size: 1839 kb

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