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Book Title: Paul Temple and the Alex Affair|
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The author of the book: Francis Durbridge
Edition: BBC Books
Date of issue: October 6th 2003
ISBN 13: 9780563494881
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Another adventure from the archives, once again featuring writer and detective Paul Temple and his glamorous wife Steve. In 'The Alex Affair', the mystery for Francis Durbridge's sophisticated sleuth begins with a body on a train, and the word 'ALEX' scrawled on the compartment window.
NB: This title is a revised edition of the volume originally entitled 'Send for Paul Temple Again' (1945).
1/8 Mrs Trevelyan
The debonair sleuth investigates when three murders are linked to 'Alex'.
2/8 Dr Kohima
The police have asked the suave sleuth to help them find the mysterious 'Alex'.
3/8 Mr Carl Lathom / Dr Karl Lathers
Despite an attempt on his life, Temple remains hot on the trail of the elusive 'Alex'.
4/8 Mr 'Spider' Williams
Alex claims another victim, but the plot thickens as the sleuth survives a car crash.
5/8 Mr Wilfred Davis
Lathom is blackmailed and the sleuth sees a surprising figure collects the cash.
6/8 Mr Lee Brent
Mrs Trevelyan's confession doesn't ring true, so our hero seeks assistance.
7/8 The Girl in Brown
With Leo Brent in danger, the debonair detective returns to Canterbury in search of 'Alex'
8/8 Introducing Alex
All the key suspects are invited to the sleuth's home to uncover the murderer's identity.
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Read information about the authorFrancis Henry Durbridge was an English playwright and author born in Hull. In 1938, he created the character Paul Temple for the BBC radio serial Send for Paul Temple.
A crime novelist and detective, the gentlemanly Temple solved numerous crimes with the help of Steve Trent, a Fleet Street journalist who later became his wife. The character proved enormously popular and appeared in 16 radio serials and later spawned a 64-part big-budget television series (1969-71) and radio productions, as well as a number of comic strips, four feature films and various foreign radio productions.
Francis Durbridge also had a successful career as a writer for the stage and screen. His most successful play, Suddenly at Home, ran in London’s West End for over a year.
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