Wow! So many replies.
Dwayne wrote:Would an Australian series qualify? If so, you should check out "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries". Netflix currently has all three years available for streaming. I enjoyed them a great deal.
Well, if Murdoch qualifies, so can this!
oxothuk wrote:Inspector Lynley
We watched much of that a few years back. We enjoyed it at first, but it started to annoy me as I felt Inspector Linley was not fit for his job. He did many things I thought foolish, even self-destructive. We started calling him Defective Chief Inspector Linley!
We gave up on the series, a soap opera disguised as a police procedural?
DrippingSprings wrote:Bletchley Circle -- outstanding
The Bletchley Circle is a television mystery drama miniseries, set in 1952–53, about four women who used to work as codebreakers at Bletchley Park.
I should have put that in my list. We enjoyed it. Good acting, Good plots. Unique and interesting premise. To bad it was short-lived.
Watty wrote:Or the current young inspector Morris bases series "Endeavour"
One of the reasons I like George Gently is the time period, so that intrigues me.
Others: I will investigate! All look promising. Thanks for the pointers!
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