German police inspector Robert Anders a family man who lives with his Swedish wife and investigates murder cases located in the spectacular landscapes of Swedish island of Gotland , it is ...
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Ellen Dorrit Petersen,
German police inspector Robert Anders a family man who lives with his Swedish wife and investigates murder cases located in the spectacular landscapes of Swedish island of Gotland , it is based on the best-selling crime novels by the Swedish author Mari Jungstedt.Written by
We as a family just watched our first episode of the above and truly loved it. Well plotted, likable detectives. It was how TV in the US used to be before the war on conservatism and Christianity. The inspector in our opinion was quite wise and was not afraid to occasionally show his disapproval to scum bags he crosses in his investigations. We were to the point with American TV to just tune out. We noticed that there was a cross on the wall in a victims home and when she found out there was a good out come in the investigation of her son she replied thank God! "How refreshing" and it didn't hurt one bit. Both noted items from American or British TV would have been edited out. Please give us more episodes. We also noticed the inspector had a decent up beet family life. How refreshing!
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