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Cover her face. / Part II

Author: Roy MarsdenMel MartinPhyllis CalvertJohn Howard DaviesJohn RosenbergAll authors
Publisher: New York : Lance Entertainment, Inc. : Distributed by Wellspring, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Scotland Yard's Adam Dalgliesh investigates the murder of a drug dealer found dead in the basement of a book club. His key witness is a single mother named Sally Jupp who had brought her eight-week-old son with her to the club to visit her former co-workers. The investigation leads Dalgliesh to the country home of the Maxie family, where the young woman is now employed. Mysterious deaths occur, and the detective  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Film adaptations
Named Person: P D James; P D James
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roy Marsden; Mel Martin; Phyllis Calvert; John Howard Davies; John Rosenberg; Robin Chapman; P D James; Anglia Television.
ISBN: 0794202292 9780794202293
OCLC Number: 51874536
Notes: Title from cassette label.
Originally produced as a mini-series for British television.
Based on the novel by P. D. James.
Performer(s): Roy Marsden, Mel Martin, Phyllis Calvert, Bill Fraser, Rupert Frazier, Clare Higgins, John Vine, Kim Thomson.
Description: 1 videocassette (97 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Responsibility: by P.D. James ; dramatised by Robin Chapman ; produced by John Rosenberg ; directed by John Davies ; an Anglia Production

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Scotland Yard's Adam Dalgliesh investigates the murder of a drug dealer found dead in the basement of a book club. His key witness is a single mother named Sally Jupp who had brought her eight-week-old son with her to the club to visit her former co-workers. The investigation leads Dalgliesh to the country home of the Maxie family, where the young woman is now employed. Mysterious deaths occur, and the detective must deal with a multitude of suspects, evasive answers, and his growing attraction to Deborah Riscoe.

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