A Reconstructed Corpse

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Harlequin Books, 1996 - Fiction - 253 pages
2 Reviews
Playing the missing Martin Earnshaw on a true crime television program, actor-detective Charles Paris believes his career has hit a new low and begins to suspect that the production team is orchestrating its own subject material. Reprint.

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Review: A Reconstructed Corpse (Charles Paris #15)

User Review  - Lbaker - Goodreads

Charles Paris is certainly not very heroic or have much gumption or incentive. Things seem to just happen around and to him. There were quite a few holes in the plot, and much too much alcohol dazed ... Read full review

Review: A Reconstructed Corpse (Charles Paris #15)

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Good summer read. Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Simon Brett was born in Worcester Park, Surrey on October 28, 1945. He attended Dulwich College and then Wadham College, Oxford, where he studied English. Between 1967 and 1977, he was a producer with BBC Radio. He also spent a couple of years working for Thames Television. In 1975, he published his first 'Charles Paris' novel. By 1979, Brett had become a full-time writer. He has written and edited children's books, humorous novels and several anthologies. In 1986, he introduced another sleuth: Mrs Pargeter. As well as the Charles Paris and Mrs. Pargeter detective series, he is also the author of the radio and television series After Henry, the radio series No Commitments and the bestselling How to be a Little Sod . His novel A Shock to the System was filmed starring Michael Caine.

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