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From the diabolical to the macabre, this "essential collection" presents nine critically acclaimed P.D. James film adaptations on 15 discs each starring Roy Marsden in a compelling Adam Dalgliesh Mystery. Includes: Death of an Expert Witness, Shroud for a Nightingale, Cover Her Face, The Black Tower, A Taste for Death, Devices and Desires, Unnatural Causes, A Mind for Murder, Original Sin
Lacks closed captioning, so difficult to understand dialogue. Good stories and production.Published 5 days ago by Marilyn A.
I am a P.D. James fan and enjoyed seeing her books in DVDs. Since they were made a long time ago, I missed HD and the wider screen..
I was disappointed in the packaging. Read more
We had previously purchased the terrific Prime Suspect series and on a recommendation from a friend followed up by ordering the PD James Inspector Dalgliesh collection. Read morePublished 1 month ago by PJ
Loved them all please keep them all coming and thank you very much.Published 2 months ago by Richad Marsh
I haven't watched all of this set as yet but am certainly enjoying them. P. D. James was one of my favorite mystery writers and years ago I originally watched all of these... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary C. Williams
The one star is for the packaging... not the content.
The way the discs are packaged in one setup is a nightmare. Read more
The actors are excellent and the stories fine, but the DVDs are UNCAPTIONED. I am old , as are many of PD James fans, and no matter how loud I turned the volume, I missed half... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Over-reader EKH
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|Defective Copies of P.D. James - The Essential Collection||
Hi. .Go to ebay, Newbury Comic Store ,select used dvds' read description o The essential pdJames dvd. Lists the problem you had. Might help. Regards, Handsomejack
Jun 18, 2008 by GIACOMO NERRONE | See all 2 posts
|P.D. James vs. Midsomer Murders||
The two series are very different. P.D. James mysteries are serious. The Midsomer Murders are rather tongue-in-cheek with bodies piling up like firewood. Both are very enjoyable with good stories.
Sep 11, 2009 by N. Nichols | See all 2 posts