Sidney Chambers And The Shadow Of Death by James Runcie, BBC 4 Radio Reading (2012)
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Overview: James Robert Runcie (born May 1959 in Cambridge) is a British novelist, documentary film-maker, television producer and playwright. He is Commissioning Editor for Arts on BBC Radio 4, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and a visiting professor at Bath Spa University.
Genre: Audiobook > Fiction
Taken from James Runcie’s clerical detective series, The Grantchester Mysteries – set in the 1950s Cambridgeshire village of Grantchester.
Read by Alex Jennings.
Produced by Eoin O’Callaghan
Episode 1 – Call Me Pamela
When the dangerously beautiful Pamela Morton asks clergyman-detective, Canon Sidney Chambers to probe the suspicious suicide of the man with whom she’s been having an adulterous affair – sceptical Sidney is unable to resist the challenge.
Though his friend Inspector Keating insists the suicide is a cut and dried case, Sidney makes a discovery leading him to believe all is not what it seems, and that Pamela’s assertion may in fact be true after all…
Episode 2 – A Solicitor’s Diary
On closer examination of the deceased, Stephen Staunton’s personal diary provides a vital clue.
Episode 3 – A Woman Scorned
Canon Sidney Chambers decides he must come clean to Inspector Keating over his discovery in the late Stephen Staunton’s diary.The conclusion of the clergyman-detective’s investigation.