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Benedict Cumberbatch Reads Thrilling Stories of the Railway [Audio]
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Benedict Cumberbatch reads five stories featuring the famous vegetarian railway detective, Thorpe Hazell, as heard on BBC Radio 4.

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Victor L. Whitechurch was a British author born in 1868. He became first a curate and then, in 1904, vicar of St Michael's church in Blewbury, Berkshire. In his later career he was Chaplain to the Bishop of Oxford and, from 1918, Rural Dean of Aylesbury. His first novel, The Course of Justice, was published in 1903, and a prolific writing career followed. Whitechurch's detective Thorpe Hazell was a vegetarian railway detective, written as an antidote to Sherlock Holmes. Stories featuring Hazell were featured in Strand Magazine, Railway Magazine and Pearson's and Harmsworth's magazines.

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