DI Kate Ashurst (Caroline Catz) and DS Emma Scribbins (Lisa Faulkner) work the city streets of Middleford. It's an upscale neighborhood but does seem to get its share of murders. The two do work separately of each other but as a team they seem to draw the best out of each other. Kate Ashurst grew up in an upscale environment and went to upper girls academy. She has a great analytical mind and is great at solving murders. Emma Scribbins grew up in a working class neighborhood and has great gut feelings when it comes to the facts of the case they are working on. Their boss is Chief Inspector Sullivan (Jeremy Sheffield) and with his two detectives make a great little team.
Now as woman can do from time to time these two woman can get on each others nerves. They bicker and in a way antagonize each other through humor and quick tongues. It does make for good entertainment the way they work together and well simply put it makes for great entertainment.
There are twelve episodes to look over on the DVD set with cases that deal with a party girl's murder who's husband is at first a suspect because of the fact that she works at a gentleman's club. Then in another case a man who was at his stag party ends up in a swimming pool with his hands cuffed behind his back. At first the fiance's father is the main suspect as he is the local mayor. They have all kinds of interesting cases to solve and it's great to tag along and help solve them with the girls.
Acorn is responsible for bringing the DVD set to us on August 26, 2014. This is one of those crime dramas that you might want to collect for that DVD library. The DVDs are of the highest quality and the sound and visual are excellent. You never miss a moment because the quality is superb. So keep the date and take a look at some quality entertainment to enjoy.