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“Great performances and superb characterizations” —San Francisco Chronicle
Award-winning actor Martin Shaw (Death in Holy Orders) returns as Inspector George Gently, a former Scotland Yard detective from London now tackling crime in the north of England. With the air of a man who has seen it all but still hopes for the best, Gently confronts the motives—racism, family conflict, greed, revenge—that can lead to murder. As ever, he receives assistance from his abrasive, politically incorrect sergeant, John Bacchus (Lee Ingleby, Place of Execution), who has his own take on the societal changes unfolding in 1960s Britain.
Based on the novels by Alan Hunter, these four gripping dramas feature clever scripts, beautiful landscapes, and a distinguished cast. Guest stars include Kevin Whately (Inspector Lewis), Helen Baxendale (Friends, Kidnap and Ransom), Mark Gatiss (Sherlock), Diana Quick (Brideshead Revisited), and Eamonn Walker (Oz).
Gradually I have become a fan of the series. The two leads make a great if offbeat pair and they work together well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Freeman Gilbert
I like all of the George Gently series so far and the relationship he has with John, but sometimes I begin to wonder if John will get his fill and either leave or put in for a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brenda L. Fillbrandt
The plots are always very interesting and are exquisetly located in the 1960's UK. Direction is very good, photography is great and Mr Shaw and Mr Ingleby are superb! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jose Antonio Arean M.