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Brett writes:. That had been a sort of indeterminate Midlands accent. Dedicated actors and devout theatergoers will definitely enjoy the Charles Paris books. Award-winning journalist and author Tom Nadeau has written for and acted on stage, screen, radio and television. Write to him at theaterland gmail. Updated: November 21, am. Toggle navigation. Recommended for you. High 66F.

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But by the time the troupe reaches Bath, a dark mood has set in, and Charles's old friend Mark has a drink problem that amounts to a death wish. But it's not the drink that kills Mark; it's somebody in the cast who has a dirty secret to hide. Chapter Fourteen.

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Chapter Sixteen. Soon it is plain that someone will stop at nothing in order to sabotage the show for their own ends.

Faulty wiring seems to be the cause; no one person is to blame; a verdict of death by misadventure is returned at the inquest. Working as a radio actor for the BBC was all new to Charles Paris: a new kind of work, a new jargon, and a lot of new faces - some of them quite pretty. Charles Paris is, as ever, waiting for a phone call from his agent, and is driven to painting and decorating to make ends meet. A rare evening out at a high-profile restaurant among stars of stage and screen promises a break in the depressing routine.

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Charles Paris is on his way up again, career-wise. Charles Paris is in clover. He has been contracted for three whole months to play brainless bobby Sergeant Clump, foil to the charismatic amateur sleuth, Stanislas Braid, in a TV series of that name.

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Indeed, there is plenty of friction about. Finding himself in a bizarre world somewhere between police procedure and showbiz, Charles is inexorably drawn into the investigation Simon Brett's oldest and most beloved character, Charles Paris, is back.

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  7. Paris, the often out-of-work actor, has a good part for a change, playing Sir Toby Belch in a summer festival production of "Twelfth Night. Paris is forced to deal with a wild young director whose idea of Shakespeare the bard himself would hate. Charles Paris' old friend Mark, who runs a recording studio in Bath where Charles is making a talking book, has a drinking problem that amounts to a death wish.

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    But it's not the drink that kills Mark, it's somebody in the cast of Charles' play who has a dirty little secret that Mark must not be allowed to reveal After a long period of "resting", life is looking up for Charles Paris, who has been cast in a new production of Hamlet. But rehearsals are fraught. Ophelia is played by Katrina Selsey, who won the role through a television talent show.