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THE HISTORY OF HARRY NILE - Volume 25

6 Classic Harry Nile Episodes

Volume Twenty Five:

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-Fifth volume are six more of his adventures, in the correct chronological order as he "lived" them. As 1958 winds down Harry is reunited with some of his old Los Angeles cronies but not in a reunion sort of setting. Plus he comes up against some truly unusual murders and murderers.

  1. WIRED FOR MURDER - A blind woman says overheard her stepson plotting her murder, but until he makes a move the police can't help her. So who you gonna call, Harry Nile of course.

  2. SKIP TRACE - Harry Nile is asked by the widow of a sleazy P.I. to take up the case that may have cost her husband his life. Not much of an incentive, right?   

  3. DUCTHER'S BEAT - An old friend and an unsolved murder makes for a combination that finds Harry Nile right in the middle.

  4. MIRACLE MILE -When a friend from his L. A. days asks Harry to return to Southern Cal. and help get him out of a jam, Seattle's favorite P.I. hops the first plane out and flies straight into a mess he can do nothing to stop.

  5. THE WORTHINGTON COLLECTION - A two million dollar art theft involves Harry Nile in the world of a 1950's style self-help guru. 

  6. MOTIVE - Harry Nile is hired to prove that a confessed murderer didn't commit the crime he says he did. Featuring Russell Johnson of "Gilligan's Island."



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