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'Midsomer Murders, Set 23' DVD Review

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Midsomer Murders, Set 23


Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) is once again on the case. His assistant Detective Sergeant Ben Jones (Jason Hughes) is by his side. Midsomer County and it's many villages once again have seen foul play. Murder most foul in this beautiful stretch of English countryside. These men of the police force always backing each other up. They always seem to catch the person who has committed the crime and they do it with ease.

Midsomer Murders is a wonderful investigative series that makes you watch all the way to the end because once you think you know who committed the crime they bring a twist to the story and you find out that you were so wrong in your choice.

Acorn Entertainment is once again bringing you three stories of the best of the best in British television . Coming Feb. 4th, 2014 you will be able to purchase Midsomer Murders, Set 23. This is one of those sets that you want to incorporate into your library as you will be able to view it at your leisure and your enjoyment.The quality of the DVD is superb and wonderful. The view of the English countryside is breath taking and the quality of the sound is amazing.

Midsomer Murders has been around since 1997. Some 100 episodes of the show has been ,made and little by little they are coming to DVD so that you may own a copy of British Television History.

The shows are done with you the viewer in mind. The quality of the acting is beyond reproach. The characters are an enjoyment and make it a fun way to view the stories. You actually believe that you are there in the pub or at a manor house listening to their conversations concerning the crimes they investigate. So don't put it off and go pick up one of the best of the best in British TV.


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