HARRIS was born in London. His stage plays include The
Maintenance Man, The Dog It Was, Conscience
Be Damned, Albert and Victoria, Local
Affairs, Outside Edge (Evening Standard Award
for 1979) and Stepping Out (Standard Drama Award
for 1984). He co-created the BBC series Shoestring
and his plays for television include Who's a Good Boy
Then? I Am, You Must be Virginia, Saving
It For Albie, When the Boys Come Out to Play,
Sunday in Perspective, Occupier's Risk,
Time and Mr Madingley, I Can See Your Lips
Move, A Slight Formality, Jack's Trade
and Dog Ends. Among his adaptations for television
are Murder Most English, The Prince and the
Pauper, Plain Murder and Sherlock Holmes.
His radio play Was It Something I Said? was a winner
of the Giles Cooper Radio Award. His more recent TV credits
include A Touch of Frost (1992) and The Last
Detective (2003), adapted from the Dangerous Davies
novel by Leslie Thomas.
The Business of Murder
are three people involved. Superintendent John Hallett, TV writer
Dee Redmond, and the mysterious Mr Stone. They have one special
interest in common - murder. The Business of Murder ran
for eight years at the Mayfair Theatre, London. (Cast 2m, 1f)
to a thriller that achieves it all."
most ingenious murder mystery to have appeared on the London stage
in a decade."
best stage thriller for years, it is sharply written ... and kept
me guessing to the end"
mystery, suspense and more twists in the plot than a corkscrew..."
well written, skilfully crafted tale of mystery and suspense that
plays dividends from start to finish ... an unabashed winner."
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Business of Murder
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