It's a rainy night in postwar Seattle. There's a crime to be solved, and an investigator is needed. But it's a dangerous profession! Sometimes the source of a scream is elusive, sometimes a surveillance job goes south, and sometimes someone's got their gun sight set on you! From out of the Pacific Northwest come twenty-four more adventures produced by Jim French. Phil Harper stars as Harry Nile, with Pat French as his all-knowing assistant Murphy. It's new-time radio drama produced in the classic style.
Field of Screams 10-01-1995; Harry and The Homework 10-15-1995; West Bay Road 11-05-1995; The Mary Christmas Caper 12-24-1995; The Case Of The Blue Leather Chair 12-31-1995; The Case Of The Ruptured Duck 01-07-1996; The Russian Cut 02-04-1996; Target: Harry Nile 03-03-1996; Hush Money 04-07-1996; Murder On A Rainy Night 05-05-1996; The Case Of The Flatted Fifth 06-02-1996; The Counter-Balance Case 07-07-1996; Don't Be A Stranger 08-04-1996; The Verdict On Hannah Bayliss 10-06-1996; What's In A Name 11-03-1996; Metaphor For Murder 12-08-1996; The Jake Burley Matter 01-12-1997; Murphy's Outlaw 02-02-1997; Find Ben Stagg 03-02-1997; Body of Work 04-06-1997; Slant City 05-04-1997; Family Secret 06-01-1997; Comeback 06-22-1997; The Case Of The Spectral Wife 08-03-1997
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I ordered several Jim French CDs: The Investigators, Harry Nile Seattle Blues, Target:Harry Nile etc. The production, script and staging is very good . I'm disappointed in the audio. The lead character apparently has a dedicated mike and is easy to hear and understand. It seems the supporting actors share a mike or two and the audio level/volume from them is much lower than the lead characters level/volume. So you are riding the volume control almost constantly while listening, especially in the car. That is a little disappointing. Sometimes the supporting actors move away from the mike to simulate moving a distance and then sometimes are too faint to be intelligible. The sound effects are always at top volume.