Charles Norbury is a successful writer of children’s books but he doesn’t like children.
An unlovable man, he has no friends, is arrogant, controlling, sadistic and cruel. His wife, starved of love and denied children of her own, has met another man. In their cottage in Surrey, a tape recorder has been left on during a conversation between his wife and her lover in which the latter plans the author’s murder. Charles’ secretary listens to the tape and hears the murder plot.
‘A gripping plot provides nail-biting tension in William Fairchild’s The Sound Of Murder, which earned prolonged applause from an appreciative audience on Tuesday and is superbly projected by director Patric Kearns and a talented cast of six.’ – The Brighton Argus
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