DI Lewis and DS Hathaway investigate the murder of Dean Greely. As the investigation continues, they discover that Greely and three other men had formed a club during their Oxford student ... See full summary »
DI Frost is an old-school no-nonsense copper who believes in traditional policing methods. Assisted by several officers including the ever-able DS Toolan, Frost uses what he knows about the... See full summary »
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DI Lewis and DS Hathaway investigate the murder of Dean Greely. As the investigation continues, they discover that Greely and three other men had formed a club during their Oxford student days, the Sons of the Twice Born. Today, the men have little contact with one another and initially deny that their club existed. When a second member of the foursome is murdered, it becomes apparent the they have a secret, one from 30 years ago and that someone is out for revenge. Written by
At one point, Professor Gold (Anna Massey) asks Lewis if they have ever met before. She then says that Lewis was working with Morse. Anna Massey played the character of Lady Emily Balcombe in the Morse episode Inspector Morse: Happy Families (1992). See more »
I'm Anne Sadikov, Inspector. This is my husband, Theodore Platt.
Bloody women. They'll take everything except a man's name these days. You should be Mrs Platt.
Much too close to "prat" for my liking.
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Keeps up the style of Morse, and one can definitely begin to see his personality resurfacing in his former protégé. Well worth watching, especially for all those who miss Endeavour. The plot is very well constructed, and feels like one of Dexters original books. Lewis is slowly turning into a Norhtern version of Morse, but with a more hands on approach, and he is still forsaking the real ale. This story tells the tale of Jealousy and a group of former friends from one of Oxfords colleges 20 years on from there university days. The murders begin with the death of one of the group on a boat, complex and twisting tale unfolds surrounding the events of now and then. There is a definite gelling of the relationships between the Detectives as they start to work to each others strengths and weaknesses. Viewers will be familiar with the filming style and the advantages taken of Oxfords many beautiful locations and settings. Laurence Fox excels in Whatelys former role of the capable sidekick, and whatley himself seems to be settling nicely into the role of effective and efficient superior.
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