Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Blackton is called into the Met to investigate two possible scandals. Known as Blackdog, he has a well-deserved reputation at pursuing corrupt police officers... See full summary »
Scotland Yard Commander Clare Blake is called back from holiday to investigate the apparent murder of Father Thomas Martin who was stabbed 29 times in his church. He was well respected in ... See full summary »
Mark Lewis Jones,
Follows young Endeavour Morse in his early day as an Oxford police constable working with CID, encountering Strange for the first time, and developing the notable personality traits he would latterly refine.
A British inspector is transferred to Saint-Marie's police department, but he hates the sun, sea, and sand. The series follow his investigations into murders on the island. Later series see another British DI head the investigative team.
Commander Clare Blake has risen to the top of her profession in the male-dominated Metropolitan Police Service and is now the head of the serious crimes unit. Some years previously she ... See full summary »
Commander Blake is still dealing with the aftermath of the James Lampton case. Not only has he pleaded not guilty to the murders for which he is accused, it now means that Blake will have ... See full summary »
Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Blackton is called into the Met to investigate two possible scandals. Known as Blackdog, he has a well-deserved reputation at pursuing corrupt police officers. The first case is the Cripps shooting where an unarmed man was shot by an armed police squad. Although a coroner's enquiry found no fault, Commander Blake has raised doubt as to DCI Mike Hedges' role. The case takes a particular turn when one of the armed officers, Graham Warner, is found dead. Blake also finds herself under investigation by Blackton over her sexual relationship with accused serial killer James Lampton. With the trial approaching, there is great concern as to the adverse publicity that will result. Written by
David Patrick O'Hara starring in Blackdog -Commander III is an excellent series. The acting is excellent but I am disappointed with the ending of the story. I would like to see the series further continued in story content with O'Hara as leading actor. The story is very true to life and the acting within is excellent. Both Amanda Burton and O'Hara compliment each other. La Plante should continue on her episodes with these great actors/actress in this series especially with O'Hara, who is very complimentary with his acting abilities. He is an actor who is not appreciated by many. David O'Hara is an actor that can achieve many La Plante writings and should be therefore, taken into account by the author. O'Hara is definitely overlooked on the big screen. As a talented and handsome person, it makes one wonder why he is not a candidate for larger parts and acting in a Oscar type motion picture.
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