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"A Minority of One" Frost and a black detective constable investigate residents at the Eastdean Estates housing project, where young, black men have been accused of a string of commercial burglaries. Frost feels responsible when an informant is murdered. The informants child is kidnapped and Frost embarks on a one-man rescue mission.
"Widows and Orphans" Frost is reluctant to investigate a rash of break-ins at the homes of elderly citizens due to lack of evidence until an elderly woman is found badly beaten. A new female partner dispenses free advice on Jacks love life and he asks Shirley Fisher to dinner.
"Nothing to Hide" Frost gets a new partner whose attitude problem stems from a recent demotion. Is a drug addicts death accidental or is it murder? Frost deals with personal issues involving an old flame.
"Stranger in the House" A serial rapist is on the loose in Denton. A teenaged girl is missing and Frost fears she may be the next victim. The investigation becomes jeopardized when Frost finds a possible connection with the victims father. Under pressure to remove himself from the case, he uses WPC Hazel Wallace to bait the rapist, placing her in grave danger.
A Minority of One
Widows and Orphans
Nothing to Hide
Stranger in the House
One of our most favorite detective series. Wish there were still more new episodes but know that David Jason has moved on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Edwin T
Almost finished with Season 2 and have already purchased Season 3.Published 3 months ago by V. C. Jones
Frost is by far my favorite detective ever - with Morse a close second - darn shame they won't be making anymore episodes but at least we can enjoy these forever.Published 3 months ago by steven t. villella
I love this series. David Jason is fantastic as Chief Inspector Jack Frost. He is superb as he winds his way through the solving of various crimes ranging from petty theft to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patricia K. Gross
The British made a great show here. Jack Frost is a crusty curmudgeon, like myself, which is maybe why I like him so much. I like his attitude towards the rest of humanity. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. Gabrielson