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Possibly the best episode of vintage Taggart.
bethwilliam from Port Stephens, Australia
14 March 2006
A truck driver stops beside a busy road and discovers a severed arm.
The following day a fisherman finds a leg and it looks like a murderer
is disposing of his victim one piece at a time. Thus begins possibly
the best episode of Taggart starring Mark McManus.
This is the fourth episode in the series and the story line continues
to develop the characters that have become familiar to us. We learn why
Jean Taggart is in a wheel chair and discover that Jim Taggart is
starting to question his future in the marriage. We also see the seeds
of discontent which lead to Detective Peter Livingston eventually
leaving the series.
Alex Norton gives a brilliant performance as the primary suspect while
Corrine Harris shines as the love interest.
Taggart is not formula TV. The writing is clever, the story lines are
complex and will keep you guessing right to the end. But perhaps the
reason I enjoyed this episode more than others is the way in which
Glasgow is put on display. The camera work throughout this episode is
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