Show Me The Money
by Tony Diggle
Read by AWL on Monday 5 March 2012
David has just turned forty. He's determined to start making big money, find the girl of his dreams and get married. Jenny is… less than forty. She's determined never to do any work at all if she can possibly help it, marry a millionaire and spend as much as possible. Will they get what they want, and if they do, will it turn out to be what they expect? And what do they
Middle Manager with a consulting firm
Proprietor of a "greasy spoon” café
| Frank Bloom
Jenny Quiver’s brother
|DS Ted Tandy||Peter Saracen|
|Directed by||John Melainey|
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