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Award winning actor John Thaw (Kavanagh Q.C., Goodnight, Mister Tom) stars as the melancholy, enigmatic and romantic Inspector Morse, a man who never uses his first name and who finds solace in real ale, classical music and difficult crosswords. Together with his able Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately), Morse uses his considerable intellect and passion for truth to investigate death and murder in the English university town of Oxford.
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5.0

Murder mystery par excellence

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from Mount Holly, NJ

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Comments about PBS Masterpiece Mystery!: Inspector Morse Set Eight: The Death of the Self DVD:

Morse continues to deliver excellent quality and conundrum contriving content even though these episodes are nigh on 25 years old.

John Thaw ans Kevin Whatley are in their prime, their characters meeting new impasses and congenality, with Lewis studying for his Inpsctors examination and Morse threatened to pack it in or become redundant, tensions arise within the Thames Valley CID nearly as much as the tension that creates their existence.

Highly recommended, the episode Absolute Conviction is well laid out and keeps the audience locked in from start to end. Includes a young Steve Pemberton (Collision, Sherlock, Whitechapel) as a titular character

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