6 Classic Harry Nile Episodes
Volume Twenty Four:
On January 1, 1976, Harry Nile went on the air for the first time over KVI, Seattle in a play called "West For My Health", in which Harry spent a very unhappy New Year's Eve of 1939. December of 1976, the second Harry Nile aired, and a series was born. On this Twenty-Forth volume are six more of his adventures, in the correct chronological order as he "lived" them. For Harry1958 starts with a case of vandalism on rye then moves on to attempted murder, bunko, blackmail, stalking and a trip to 1950's New Orleans. There's never a dull moment for our boy. SUBMARINE WARFARE - Harry Nile must find out if the owner of a submarine sandwich shop is the victim of vandals, or a budding murderer. Featuring Richard Sanders.
- SUBMARINE WARFARE - Harry Nile must find out if the owner of a submarine sandwich shop is the victim of vandals, or a budding murderer. Featuring Richard Sanders.
- THE CASE OF THE FELINE FEE (2001) - Harry's latest client is convinced an old school rival is out to kill her.
- THE MUSIC BOX CAPER - A young singing truck driving country western hopeful and his wife hire Harry to locate the "ornery critter" who swiped a box of the singer’s demo recordings form the back of his rig.
- THE PETE LAMBERT CASE -A timid man who keeps having near fatal accidents comes to Harry for help.
- SOLITAIRE SAM - Our boy has to deal with a slippery con artist and a murder. Featuring Richard Sanders.
- THE SOUTHERN DOUBLECROSS - Harry heads south to investigate a possible real estate swindle and finds that in New Orleans they have their own way of doing things. Featuring Russell Johnson of "Gilligan’s Island."
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