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Midsomer Murders: Set Five

John Nettles , Jane Wymark    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Killings at Badger's Drift Aug. 7 2012
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The Midsomer Murders series based on Caroline Graham's books is one of the most delightful series I have enjoyed. The series retain its element of mystery to the end of each episode and that feature is truly enjoyable. I have purchased most of the sets and enjoyed everyone of them. I would redilly recommend them to anyone who loves a "Who done it" typically English style. They really know how to portray suspense subtly and leave gore to the imagination an element I enjoy most wholeheartedly.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than ever Aug. 20 2012
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Set 5 completes my Midsomer Murder collection--somehow it got overlooked.
It's now my favourite! The stories are excellent, and we see a different side of Tom Barnaby.
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5.0 out of 5 stars good as usual Aug. 22 2013
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Midsomer Murder is a must watch for all british mystery/crime fans. I have watched the complete set of all seasons at least 50 times and still the discs work as good as new,
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5.0 out of 5 stars Midsomer Murders Set 5 June 28 2012
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I have always enjoyed watching Midsomer Murders on Book TV, but since it is no longer carried, I am building a library of Midsomer Murders Sets. I am now up to Set 8, 9 is on the way, as are 10,11 and 12. Great viewing!
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
They are amateurs and pros, London dwellers moving equally comfortably in international society as in that of their occasional forays into the English countryside, and lifelong inhabitants of those rural settings. They investigate crimes in the Thames valley and cities as large as Oxford, midsize towns like a certain Kingsmarkham, and villages with such all-English names as St. Mary Mead or King's Abbot. And they have been portrayed by some of Britain's finest contemporary actors, from Jeremy Brett and David Burke/Edward Hardwicke (Sherlock Holmes & Doctor Watson) to Roy Marsden (Commander Adam Dalgliesh), Patrick Malahide and William Simons (D.C.I. Roderick Alleyn & D.I. "Br'er" Fox), John Thaw and Kevin Whately (D.C.I. Morse & D.S. Lewis), David Jason (D.I. "Jack" Frost), George Baker and Christopher Ravenscroft (D.C.I. Reginald Wexford & D.I. Mike Burden), Peter Davison and Brian Glover (Albert Campion & Magersfontein Lugg), Edward Petherbridge and Harriet Walter (Lord Peter Wimsey & Harriet Vane), David Suchet/Albert Finney (Hercule Poirot) and last but not least Joan Hickson as Miss Jane Marple, the grandmother of all English village detectives.

To that illustrious group, British author Caroline Graham in 1987 added another sleuthing couple, the middle-aged D.C.I. Tom Barnaby and his young colleague D.S. Gavin Troy, coppers in a cluster of villages which, collectively, make up an area known as Midsomer County, and which could easily rival Agatha Christie's very own St. Mary Mead in per-capita occurrences of treachery, crime, and bloodletting. The series' first entry, "The Killings at Badgers Drift," was so successful that it won a Macavity Award for best first mystery and, for its author, an instant loyal following.
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