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19 Apr 2021
Who lives in a house like this? Lets take a walk along Ritter Street on a bright sunny day and see.
I really can't draw, so I have to weave a picture with words for Paul instead.
Written for Paul Ritter and the plethora of characters he played over the years of his prolific career. He isn't gone, he's just resting.
I hope I do his characters justice. Every one of them was played to such perfection by him. He's a hard act to live up to!
He made it so that I could almost touch them as I watched him dancing across the screen.
20 Apr 2021
“You have proved your mettle before.” Chiffinch drained his goblet and set the glass down with a sharp crack. “You are an architect and see the designs men make. You are the brain, and your hefty companion Constable Bale provides the brawn. Together I am certain you will apprehend Sheridan’s killer.”
Christopher wondered how Jonathan would feel, being dragged into another enquiry for the palace. At least this time it was unlikely to offend his friend’s stout sense of morality. It had pained Jonathan to work towards rescuing the King’s mistress, but surely he would have no objections in hunting the murderer of an aristocrat.