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Wire in the blood. De complete serie 3

Val McDermid (based on the work of), Hermione Norris (actor)
Vier verhalen waarin klinisch psycholoog Dr. Tony Hill en inspecteur Carol Jordan veelal met seriemoordenaars te maken hebben
Contents
Disc 1 (Ep. 1) -- Redemption / Terry McDonough.
Disc 2 (Ep. 2) -- Bad seed / Alex Pillai.
Disc 3 (Ep. 3) -- Nothing but the night / Andrew Grieve.
Disc 4 (Ep. 4) -- Synchronicity / Terry McDonough.
Extra subject
Speelfilms
Title
Wire in the blood. De complete serie 3
Based on the work of
Val McDermid
Actor
Hermione Norris
Language
English
Parallel title
Wire in the blood III
Publisher
Place of publishing unknown: Warner Home Video, 2007
4 dvd-video's
Playing time
285 min.
Note
Engels gesproken Ondertiteling: Nederlands
EAN
7321932016130

Reviews

Britse misdaad-televisieserie die startte in 2002. De afleveringen zijn geregisseerd door verschillende regisseurs. Robson Green, Tom Chadbon en Hermione Norris spelen de hoofdrollen. Gebaseerd op de boeken van de populaire Schotse misdaadauteur Val MacDermid, van wie sinds de jaren 80 ca. tachtig boeken verschenen*. Dr. Tony Hill wordt regelmatig door de politie gevraagd om als profiler op te treden bij het oplossen van moordzaken. Deze excentrieke man met analytisch inzicht heeft regelmatig succes met zijn vreemde methodes. Joel Pierce (DVD Verdict,i) geeft 93-95 (van 100) punten: 'The evidence continues to mount: Britain has some of the best television in the world. Wire in the Blood is so good it doesn't even feel like watching television. (...) This series is a must-see for thriller fans.' Deze boxen bevatten 4 seizoenen die op de televisie zijn uitgezonden. Seizoen 5 is in juli 2007 van start gegaan op de BBC. Geen extra's.

About Val McDermid

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Val McDermid, (born 4 June 1955) is a Scottish crime writer, best known for a series of novels featuring clinical psychologist Dr. Tony Hill in a grim sub-genre that McDermid and others have identified as Tartan Noir. At Raith Rovers football stadium, a stand has been named after McDermid.

Biography

McDermid comes from a working-class family in Fife. She studied English at St Hilda's College, Oxford, where she was the first student to be admitted from a Scottish state school.

After graduation she became a journalist and began her literary career as a dramatist. Her first success as a novelist, Report for Murder: The First Lindsay Gordon Mystery occurred in 1987.

McDermid was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Sunderland in 2011. She is co-founder of the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival and the Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award, part of the…Read more on Wikipedia