Foyle's War: Fifty Ships: Michael Kitchen's powers of persuasion 1
Foyle's War: Fifty Ships: Michael Kitchen's powers of persuasion 2
Foyle's War: Fifty Ships: Michael Kitchen's powers of persuasion 3

Convinced that the imprisoned German spy, Hans Maier, witnessed the murder of Richard Hunter, Foyle requests a second meeting with him.  At first, Commander Simmons denies Foyle’s request, but a few deftly delivered maneuvers from Foyle, the expert in subtle persuasion, are enough to convince Simmons to relax his stance about going against regulations.

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