Sam Nozik's beetles-eaten corpse in a Florida glade is identified from his acrylic eye. He worked in a Miami museum, from which a treasure map to a Spanish galleon was stolen. Booth ... See full summary »

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Sam Nozik's beetles-eaten corpse in a Florida glade is identified from his acrylic eye. He worked in a Miami museum, from which a treasure map to a Spanish galleon was stolen. Booth grudgingly allows his superstitious former foreign army tour acquaintance Walter Sherman (and his team of two) to use his 'tracing gift' to find and retrieve the treasure. They do, after consulting bishop Edward Galano on period navigation, and find the corpse, but meanwhile the diver herself has been murdered too. Booth meanwhile comes to terms with his grudge against Walter as 'insensitive' MP. Written by KGF Vissers

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In the original Richard Greener novels, Walter is a Vietnam veteran in his mid-50s who lived on the US Virgin Island of St. John and got his start finding people by trying to locate an AWOL soldier before the MPs did, and Ike was a man. See more »

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Ike Latulippe: You know, we don't understand why you choose to remain handicapped.
Leo Knox: How is he handicapped? He can find anything.
Ike Latulippe: And he's so paranoid he can't enjoy a simple cup of coffee.
Walter Sherman: How is it paranoia when my best friends are *actually* conspiring behind my back?
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Bones aka The Finder
16 May 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Have just watched this show, I had read that it was an opening for a new "Bones" style show based in Florida; well it wasn't Bones as we know it and when Saffron Burrows spoke for the first time she reminded me of Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins, the fake Cockney accent was plain awful. In fact I looked her up to see where she was from and had a shock when I discovered she was English, obviously her normal English accent is so posh that they had to get in Mr Van Dyke's speech trainer's grandson/daughter to teach her "'ow to speak cockne,init". If the production team want people to watch this new show either change Saffron's accent to mid-Atlantic English or if going to stick to a cockney speaking barmaid find someone who can at least make a good effort at it.


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