Episode: P.D. James at 100: the thrills and mysteries of her life as a crime writer


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P.D. James at 100: the thrills and mysteries of her life as a crime writer
To mark the anniversary of the birth of P.D. James, Eleanor revisits her 2000 conversation with the late British author of the Adam Dalgleish crime series. James died on Nov. 27, 2014, at age 94.

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