"The World of Tim Frazer", shown under the banner 'Francis Durbridge Presents...', was the longest-running BBC serial of the early Sixties, and one of the most successful. The popularity of the TV programmes inspired Francis Durbridge to write several novels featuring the easygoing engineer-turned-spy Tim Frazer. In this one, read by "Buffy" and "Little Britain" star Anthony Head, Frazer becomes involved in a world of danger, murder and intrigue. When Tim Frazer visits the fishing village of Henton to meet his friend and ex-business-partner Harry Denston, he is caught up in a series of mysterious events. A Russian sailor dies in a local inn after uttering the word 'Anya'. Among his belongings is a receipt from a Marble Arch garage - but Anstrov was never in London. On top of all that, Denston disappears. Then Frazer receives a call from a certain Mr. Ross, who has a startling proposition to put to him. Ross is in charge of a secret government department, and wants to offer Frazer a job. His mission - find Harry Denston...From the creator of popular radio detective 'Paul Temple' comes this exciting adventure featuring undercover agent Tim Frazer, read by Anthony Head.