After Foyle is a guest at a friend's home at a dinner for an important American diplomat, a suicide victim and German agent both are discovered near the house.

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Jenny Wentworth
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Henry Jamieson
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Mrs. Esther Harrison
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Dr. Alan Redmund
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Colin Morton
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Air Raid Warden
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Kenneth Hunter
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Arthur Lewes
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Elizabeth Lewes
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Tom Fairweather
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September 1940: DCS Foyle investigates the murder of Richard Hunter whose body is found on a nearby beach. Although made to look like a suicide, Foyle has his doubts. Hunter was a heavy drinker and not very successful in life, but Foyle learns that he went to Oxford university. Howard Paige, a senior American government official is in the UK on top secret business. Foyle becomes re-acquainted with his first true love, Elizabeth Lewes, who he was unable to marry when her father refused them permission. Samantha Stewart finds herself homeless when her boarding house is bombed and, unable to find suitable lodgings, has taken to sleeping in the cells. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery | War

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16 November 2003 (UK)  »

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The comedy radio show that the desk sergeant listens to is It's That Man Again (known as ITMA) starring Tommy Handley. This was a staple radio show throughout the 1940s. See more »

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The newspaper editor smokes filtered cigarettes. These were uncommon at the time and marketed chiefly to women. They would hardly be the smoke of a newspaper editor. See more »

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Dr. Alan Redmund: [to Foyle when told of Hunter's suicide] Richard Hunter was a wreck of a human being. I don't think I've ever met anyone who had less reason to be alive.
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Moonlight Sonata
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Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven
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Sam Has Her Day
1 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A man is found on the beach in 1940 and Foyle investigates. It has been made to look like a suicide, but as is always the case, the sharp eyed Foyle is able to analyze things and fly in the faces of other authorities. Meanwhile, Samantha, finding herself homeless, must use her. Ingenuity to stay out of the storm. She begins to sleep in the cells, but when Foyle gets wind of this, he has other ideas fore her. She is such a wonderful character, not a love interest, of course, but loyal to a fault. There are many strange goings on and Foyle must get beyond the typical answers. As is usually the case, the war is always in the mix.


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