Paul Temple and the Margo Mystery (Audio CD) Reviews
Description:ISBN 0563495790 / Author: Francis Durbridge / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Mystery / BBC Audiobooks / Peter Coke and Marjorie Westbury star in another intriguing case for BBC radio's smoothest sleuth and his glamorous wife.
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Francis Durbridge Paul Temple and the MargoMystery (BBC Audio)
Edition: Unabridged, Audio CD, BBC Audiobooks Ltd
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Paul Temple and the Margo Mystery
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