By Colin Dexter
This audio field set comprises 3 crime mysteries through Colin Dexter, all learn through Kevin Whately, who performs the long-suffering Sergeant Lewis within the Inspector Morse television sequence. The titles are: "Last Bus to Woodstock", "Last obvious donning" and "The Silent international of Nicholas Quinn".
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M. a primitive, if reasonably effective, relay of arc-lamps was fixed around the courtyard. Morse had instructed Lewis to detain the young man who had found the murdered girl until they had taken the opportunity of investigating the courtyard more closely. The two men now surveyed the scene before them. There was a great deal of blood, and as Sergeant Lewis looked down on her, he felt a deep revulsion against the violence and senselessness of murder. Morse appeared more interested in the starry heavens above.
Asked Lewis his hand hovering above the diary. , 'Go ahead,' said Morse. Lewis examined the diary, turning carefully through the days of September. Finding nothing, he worked meticulously through every page. ' 'I don't even get that far,' said Morse. ' "We could find out where Ryan's Daughter was on in the first week of January,' suggested Lewis. 'Yes, we could. And how much the diary cost and who gave it to her and where she buys her biros from Sergeant! ' 'You may be right though,' added Morse.
Perhaps,' said Morse, 'I could ask you to come to see us in the morning? ' Lewis stood up to go, but Morse's veiled glance told him to sit down again. 'I wonder, Mrs Jarman,' he said, 'if you could do us one last favour. I'd just love a cup of tea. ' 'Why, of course, Inspector. ' She hurried off and the policemen heard a spurt of water and a clatter of cups. ' 'Now listen. That bus. ' 'And,' said Morse, 'there's that articulated lorry. ' said Lewis in a subdued voice. 'Yes. Stay and make a few more notes.
Last Bus to Woodstock (Inspector Morse 1) by Colin Dexter