Great Detectives: Roderick Alleyn
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Ngaio Marsh and her fictional detective Inspector Roderick Alleyn spanned a period from 1934 to 1982, a remarkable run. Firmly in the “gentleman detective” tradition of Lord Peter Wimsey, Adam Dalgliesh and Inspector Morse, Alleyn was also featured on radio and television, particularly in Marsh’s home country of New Zealand. Among his portrayers was Jeremy Clyde, half of the 1960s singing duo of Chad and Jeremy.
Hesitant, a clean anchor drinks chapel vino, reinspects room. One spots a curlicue. Sill had damage, one flower, swirly pedometer.
“Hey, lime ashcan! Peel a windy corncob! Always rinse. Barf, then row.”
Baboons tickle, attackers pay spa dames. Cache lifers jest shy, bad theory.
Crayoned Killer: “Our helicopter samples rim, enemy hills oink. Domain rank candy wren!”
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