"DCI Banks" was a good series that deserved more than its five-year run and its sixteen major plots (much as "Scott & Bailey" did). The main character was capable of emotionally-driven decisions, but most of the police work was solid, the plots were interesting, and the relationships among characters made them all more than cardboard cut-outs (the top four or five). It was easily a better series than "Midsomer Murders," say.
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