He's a smart tough guy…or a tough smart guy. Either way, he's Pacific Northwestern private eye Harry Nile. From the imagination of Seattle-based writer-producer Jim French come twenty-four tense, exciting radio thrillers produced in the classic style by modern talent.
Phil Harper is back as Nile, with Pat French as Murphy, in these hard-boiled cases for hard luck customers. Get set for radio excitement the way you like it best -- with The Adventures of Harry Nile!
Episodes Include: Deadline For Murder 08-01-1993; Aloha Means Goodbye 09-05-1993; The Case Of The Sinister Scavengers 10-03-1993; Almost As Good As New 11-07-1993; Murphy: Wanted For Murder 01-09-1994; The Case Of The Ten-Story Tombstone 02-06-1994; The McLaughlin Matter 03-06-1994; The Hour of My Death 04-10-1994; Funeral At Midnight 05-08-1994; Solitaire Sam 06-05-1994; The Case Of The Fisheye Murders 07-31-1994; The Case Of The Sinister Minister 08-07-1994; The Case Of The Sands of Time 10-09-1994; The Meatloaf Matter 11-06-1994; The Case Of The Baffled Ballerina 12-04-1994; The Case Of The Dominant Seventh 01-01-1995; Osterman's Dreams 02-05-1995; Third Floor Rear 03-05-1995; Harry Goes Underground 04-02-1995; The Sam Navola Matter 05-05-1995; Blues for Maggie Brown 06-04-1995; My Kid, The Cop 07-02-1995; The Case Of The Missing Matisse 08-06-1995; The Dollar Value of Death 09-03-1995.
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The Harry Nile series is a smart, well written radio detective drama. I've been listening to Jim French's productions since I lived in Seattle in the 1990's. I even attended a live recording in Kirkland, WA and I'm pretty sure I was in attendance at one of the recordings on these CD's. Harry and Jim are the best!
If you like old time radio detectives you'll like Harry Nile. He's witty and tough and these recordings bring you back to the heyday of when radio detectives were all the rage.