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  • Because Rumpole's lifestyle, including his love of fine wines, has left him with many unpaid bills, he needs a deadbeat colleague, Perivale Blythe, to make good on a debt of long standing. The elusive solicitor also is needed by Rumpole as a key witness in a case involving fraudulent mobile home vacation rentals. When even the reliable private investigator F.I.G. Newton cannot locate the slippery Percivale Blythe, Rumpole enlists his wife in an elaborate hoax to smoke out the shifty solicitor.

    - Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)
  • Rumpole defends Frank Armstrong who is charged with selling holidays to non-existent holiday homes and caravans. Yet again, he finds himself pleading the case before his nemesis, Judge Bullingham. Armstrong's brother, who is supposed to be in Dubai, seems to be trying to cheat him. Meanwhile, Rumpole decides to pursue a solicitor, Perivale Blythe, who has not paid up for some time. His solution is to put 'Fig' Newton, private investigator, on the case. The two issues converge when Armstrong's original solicitor, Blythe, cannot be found but can provide vital evidence in the Armstrong case.

    - Written by garykmcd
  • Rumpole tries to collect an old debt from an elusive deadbeat solicitor while defending a vacation planner on fraud charges.

    - Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)

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