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Titmuss Regained

By: John Mortimer
Narrated by: Paul Shelley
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Summary

On England's green and pleasant land there are dark rumblings of concrete mixers, bulldozers and planning committees, local and ministerial. In Rapstone Manor, Lady Grace Fanner is dying, defiant to the last. Awaiting the event is the Right Honourable Leslie Titmuss MP, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Housing, Ecological Affairs and Planning (HEAP). He is alone now after the death of his wife, and the manor house becomes an essential weapon in his pursuit of the beautiful widow of an Oxford don.

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This is John Mortimer at his best and. Paul Shelly's narration is compelling....as close to perfect as I have ever heard.

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