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In "The Case of the Bartered Bikini," we saw Della asleep on the couch in the office late at night, waiting for Perry to return.
And, in "The Case of the Substitute Face," what further evidence did we need to lead us to believe that Della and Perry were an item than to see them returning from a vacation on a cruise ship together?While Paul Drake, a sophisticated masher, was always showering her with terms like: "Hi, beautiful" and "Doll," he treated her more like the kid sister of his best friend.One telling scene appeared in "The Case of the Fatal Fortune." Perry, Paul, and Della were attending a wedding reception, and Della caught the bridal bouquet.Looking for covers band for Friday Dec 8th at Seaton Carew Social Club.This is a annual Charity event (budget is max 250 or less if ur feeling generous!!!) arranged by Ambulance Service for local charities. , who unfortunately passed away in early October this year.
After a wide range of good time material...it's a Xmas Party. Known to his friends as Roddy B, this Brazilian born singer came to this country to follow his dream of performing in the UK.
(pictured above at the Penny Gill) are well-known in the North-East for their professionalism and attention to detail - indeed, their covers are superceded only by their superb self-penned numbers.
And we understand they dropped everything to be free for this night.
Anyone who ever met or knew Roddy, instantly recognised this man's passion for rock music. This is a fantastic moment for people to come together and show their support, as he'll be so sorely missed from the stages of the North East.
All proceeds going to The Roddy B Fund to be distributed as bursaries to young musicians.
"Funny the ideas people get," Raymond Burr once said, commenting on the situation. And that is many things to many people." Even Erle Stanley Gardner said early on: "If [Perry] married Della, he would lose his sex appeal."So, did we ever find out what was really going on between these two? Some clues didn't pan out, much to the dismay of the romantics.