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"Gripping" --The Seattle Times
As the crusading and charismatic coroner for the city of Vancouver, Dominic Da Vinci has a mandate to determine "the manner and cause of death" in any suspicious accident or crime. To carry it out, he relies on experience and gut instinctas well as the cops, forensic specialists, and medical experts with whom he works. Together, these investigators probe back alleys and suburban bedrooms to cast light on the shadowy means and motives for murder.
Though Da Vincis Inquest has drawn comparisons to CSI and Law & Order, no other series blends tough, no-nonsense detective work and sophisticated forensic science with such style. Season 3 finds Da Vinci snubbed for promotion, bedeviled by a new bean-counting boss, and haunted by demons from his past.
I bought this for the episode with Jonathon Young (Backward's Day) but I ended up watching all the episodes, a very enjoyable and realistic series.Published 3 months ago by jan suchomel
This was so much easier to buy the series than to catch it late at night on NY, channel 7 at 1 am. I am hookedPublished 18 months ago by J. T. Maroney
Great Canadian TV series. It shows a different side of one if the world's most beautiful cities. The characters are real and the stories thought provoking. Read morePublished 23 months ago by rpageio
On going stories with regular characters and with new case gets deeper and more real. politics in government involving police and fire very interesting and surprisingly griping.Published 23 months ago by L. Eugene Pelfrey
What a terrifically intelligent series!! I can't wait to see the next series as soon as it is available. Gritty, Smart, A Joy!!Published on December 18, 2012 by granny1
It was very worthwhile, if this was not the last season I could get, I would buy more..... I really do like this seriesPublished on October 10, 2012 by c berth
A thoroughly enjoyable series with excellent acting. The show makes good use of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. Read morePublished on December 8, 2011 by Rosebud
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Yes, PLEASE release all of DaVinci's Inquest! I can't miss one episode thanks to my DVR! Barbara Walden
Apr 18, 2009 by Barbara J. Walden | See all 6 posts
No. Seasons 1 & 2 are close captioned, but Season 3 is not.
Jul 7, 2008 by Another Jen | See all 2 posts