This novelisation of the radio serial Paul Temple and the Gilbert Case also includes a bonus short story, `Paul Temple and the Nightingale'.
It was an open-and-shut case: Lucy Staines was murdered by her hot-headed fiance Harold Weldon. But something about it is troubling ex-Fleet Street crime reporter Mike Baxter - why was one of Lucy's shoes missing from the crime scene? When an identical murder occurs while Weldon is safely behind bars, the whole case is re-opened - and everything revolves around another woman's shoes...
Another Woman's Shoes is Francis Durbridge's rewrite of his radio serial Paul Temple and the Gilbert Case, in which Mike and Linda Baxter take the places of Paul and Steve Temple in pursuing the killer. This new edition is introduced by bibliographer Melvyn Barnes and includes the short story PAUL TEMPLE AND THE NIGHTINGALE.
Francis Henry Durbridge was born 25th November 1912 in Hull. In addition to writing mysteries for radio and television, Durbridge also forged a successful career as a writer for the stage and wrote 43 novels. Durbridge married Norah Lawley in 1940, they had two sons. He died at his home in Barnes aged 85 in 1998.