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10 thoughts on “Murder in the Title

  1. says:

    A BBC audio drama based on the novel Top notch Will have to find the rest of them.


  2. says:

    great of course BBC radio production with Bill Nighy


  3. says:

    A Charles Paris mystery If you like anything to do with the theater these are the books for you The details are wonderful Charles has a part in the local historic theater Of course a suicide, or was it murder, happens and Charles becomes involved.


  4. says:

    Unfortunately at the moment Goodreads has presented both the original Simon Brett novel and the modernized full cast radio drama as a single entry forcing me to combine my thoughts on the two versions of the story.While the radio play does make some slight changes to the material they are for the most part cosmetic, such throwing some references to Twitter into Maurice s dialog as well as sometopical theater references as well as changing the name of the controversial play in the story to Unfortunately at the moment Goodreads has presented both the original Simon Brett novel and the modernized full cast radio drama as a single entry forcing me to combine my thoughts on the two versions of the story.While the radio play does make some slight changes to the material they are for the most part cosmetic, such throwing some references to Twitter into Maurice s dialog as well as sometopical theater references as well as changing the name of the controversial play in the story to something a little edgier Certainly with regards the mystery the set up and solutions are broadly similar which makes sense as the tale is one of the least dated of Brett s set ups as opposed to other stories from the series like A Comedi...


  5. says:

    Great Another opportunity to lavish praise on and give thanks to Simon Brett I m in midst of reading all the Charles Paris books Few light hearted books make me laugh out loud Even when I don t feel much like laughing But the writing is not just funny His use of language and sentence structure is.well.brilliant I love words and finding the best ones to use for precision of meaning He knows all about this I always learn new vocabulary, which is much fun Could be OCD, but I documen Great Another opportunity to lavish praise on and give thanks to Simon Brett I m in midst of reading all the Charles Paris books Few light hearted books make me laugh out loud Even when I don t feel much like laughing But the writing is not...


  6. says:

    Another amusing episode in the life of Charles Paris Playing a corpse Charles almost becomes one A few accidents allow Charles to exercise his deductive muscles again The mystery is not brilliant and almost incidental to the other problems going on in his life Amusing but not thrilling 3 stars


  7. says:

    Not fair to rate the book because I listened to the BBC radio adaptation of the book Takes a little getting used to especially the music they use for breaks no idea how they picked that rock , but enjoyable Lots of brilliant banter.


  8. says:

    Charles Paris is reduced to playing the corpse in the production of a play in Rugland Spa A series of accidents occurs during the production and Paris begins an investigation I ve read a few books in this series before, though totally out of order They are humorous, easy reads.


  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Bettie s Books


  10. says:

    Charles Paris is reduced to playing the corpse and is being attacked by someone in the cast What is going on A great book for anyone interested in rep theatre Simon Brett has a good comic touch.


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Murder in the Title Simon Brett Again Takes Us Behind The Scenes In A Back Stage Drama Of Crime And Detection In Murder In The Title This Time It S The World Of Provincial Rep, With An Historic Theatre Threatened With Closure By Unscrupulous Property Developers And The Theatre Management Seems To Be Digging Its Own Grave A Deplorable Choice Of Current Productions A Painfully Incompetent Director Bizarre Accidents Happening On Stage.Charles Is An Amateur Detective And A Professional Actor As An Actor His Career Is On The Way Down, With Not Much Further To Go But As A Detective He Goes From Strength To Strength He Soon Establishes That Someone Is Deliberately Sabotaging The Company All This Culminates In A Spectacular Suicide Or Is It Murder, As Charles Paris Suspects