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George Gently

Robert Del Maestro

George Gently

by Robert Del Maestro

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drama,
  • Detectives,
  • Criminals

  • About the Edition

    Chief Inspector George Gently and Detective Sergeant John Bacchus investigate crimes.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesInspector George Gently (Television program). Season 8.
    Statementproduced by Dominic Barlow ; written by Charlotte Wolf, Robert Murphy ; directed by Robert Del Maestro, Bryn Higgins
    ContributionsShaw, Martin, 1945- actor, Ingleby, Lee, actor, Hubbard, Simon, actor, Hunter, Alan, 1922-2005
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1992.77 .I57 2008 v.8
    The Physical Object
    Format[videorecording] /
    Pagination2 videodiscs (180 min.)
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26940889M
    LC Control Number2017046547

      ‎This first volume of the Inspector George Gently Collection comprises the original two novels that established Gently as one of Scotland Yard's fictional finest. These are the stories on which the hit BBC TV series was based, written with a charm that conveys Alan Hunter's love of the Eas 4/5(2). Other Editions 2. Gently starts hunting the murderer by following his investigations. To see what your friends thought of this book, describing himself. He disliked organised religion, please sign. The Inspector George Gently series comprises of a total of 46 novels based on the crime fiction genre. best kept secret book amy hatvany/

    Series: George Gently. Series by cover. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series. item 4 Landed Gently (Inspector George Gently Case Files) [New Book] Paperbac - Landed Gently (Inspector George Gently Case Files) [New Book] Paperbac. $ Free shipping. item 5 Landed Gently By Alan Hunter. - Landed Gently By .

    Main story Edit. George Gently is a Detective Chief Inspector in London before his wife is killed in a deliberate hit and run incodent. He moves up to Northumberland to persue his wife's killer and is paired with the eager young Detective Sergeant John Bacchus. There are many controversial cases that show a conflicting moral sense of what actions are right and wrong, regardless of what side of. About this Item: Little, Brown Book Group, United Kingdom, Paperback. Condition: New. UK ed. Language: English. Brand new Book. This first volume of the Inspector George Gently Collection comprises the original two novels that established Gently as one of Scotland Yard's fictional are the stories on which the hit BBC TV series was based, written with a charm that conveys.


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In this novel, Gently is called in when a body is discovered on the a beach where go to spend some quality time relaxing in the warm waters. The first installment of the Inspector George Gently series was published in the year The novel introduces the character of George Gently and other characters as well.

Publication Order of Inspector George Gently Books. Gently Does It () Gently by the Shore () Gently Down the Stream () Landed Gently () Gently Through the Mill () Gently in the Sun () Gently with the Painters () Gently to the Summit () Gently Go Man () Gently Where the Roads Go () Gently Floating.

After watching the George Gently BBC series, I decided to try the books and was not disappointed. Gently is well portrayed in the series, a near match for the character in the books, which I like.

Though I wonder why the series left out Gently's penchant for peppermint cremes. There are 46 books and I'm not sure I'll read them all, but I've /5. This book is a collection of the first 2 Inspector George Gently novels, "Gently Does It" and "Gently By the Shore." Interested readers who come from the BBC television series, note that Gently will be familiar, but the supporting cast of characters changes from story to story, with some of the more delightful members recurring throughout the overall series/5().

George Gently, a police inspector, later Chief Superintendent, based in East Anglia, England: Gently Does It, Gently By the Shore, Gently Down the Stream Author: Alan Hunter.

All episodes of Inspector George Gently. George Gently. One-off drama set in about an old-school detective set on avenging his wife's death. Inspector George Gently did not go gently into the night.

In fact he died in style, shot in the back on an empty beach just seconds after delivering the. Created by Peter Flannery. With Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby, Simon Hubbard, Lisa McGrillis.

With the help of DS John Bacchus, Inspector George Gently spends his days bringing to justice members of the criminal underworld who are unfortunate enough to have the intrepid investigator assigned to their cases.8/10(K).

Gently Does It was the first book in what became a long running and very popular detective series. In recent years it has re-appeared as a TV series too, with a strangely accented Martin Shaw playing the eponymous chief inspector, now transplanted into the north-east of England during the s and with a modish sidekick to help and hinder along the way.4/5().

Gently Does It. The first novel from Alan Hunter in the George Gently long running saga, that was to be the initial book to set up his world. Originally published init establishes his character along with those around him, providing him with the background of both him and his supporting cast.

His debut novel was published inentitled Gently Does It. He wrote a total of 46 novels over the course of his career, with the final one being Gently Mistaken, which was published in Below is a list of Alan Hunter’s books in order of when they were first released: Publication Order of Inspector George Gently Books.

Episode and Series guides for Inspector George Gently. Find reviews for the latest series of Inspector George Gently or look back at early seasons. Martin Shaw is back as Inspector George Gently, a by-the-book cop from London now working in the North East of England.

Along with Sergeant John Bacchus, Gently examines the suspicious death of an ex-informant as well as the murder of a young woman. This book is a collection of the first 2 Inspector George Gently novels, "Gently Does It" and "Gently By the Shore." Interested readers who come from the BBC television series, note that Gently will be familiar, but the supporting cast of characters changes from story to story, with some of the more delightful members recurring throughout the Reviews: Inspector George Gently is a clever, astute cop but he spends less time fighting crime in bleak Durham County in the north of England than battling racism, sexism, corruption and general narrow- mindedness, much of which is to be found within the police department.

Taking place in the sixties and based on the books by Alan Hunter, Gently. O f the many great British TV detectives DCI George Gently (BBC One) was always the one least likely to depart our screens quietly. For if ever there was a policeman who liked to “rage, rage.

For George Gently, it is a case of business as usual. The Chief Inspector's quiet Easter break in Norchester is rudely interrupted when a local timber merchant is found dead. His son, with whom he had been seen arguing, immediately becomes the prime suspect, although Gently is far from convinced of his : Little, Brown Book Group.

Inspector George Gently Final series of the crime drama about an old-school detective coming to terms with s Britain. As dawns, Gently sees the team investigating miscarriages of justice.

The George Gently omnibus - contains the first four books in this long running series and an excellent, and perhaps more cost effective, way of testing the water, so to speak. (For reference this contains Gently Does It; Gently By The Shore; Gently Down The Stream; Landed Gently)/5().

George Gently Omnibus (Books ) por Alan Hunter ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla revisado. por en 13 de agosto, De acuerdo, cerrar 6.

Escribe tu reseña. Detalles de eBook/5(4). ‎ Discover the first four titles in the George Gently series at an unmissable price _____ GENTLY DOES IT The last thing you need when you're on holiday is to become involved in a murder.

For George Gently, it is a case of business as usual /5(12). Alan James Herbert Hunter () was an English bookseller, who wrote a long series of mysteries about Inspector George Gently.

Hunter was born in Norfolk and studied advertising. He served as an aircraft technician during WW2 and married Adelaide Cubitt inworking in her father's bookshop before setting up his own in Norwich in Format: Paperback. This first volume of the Inspector George Gently Collection comprises the original two novels that established Gently as one of Scotland Yard's fictional are the stories on which the hit BBC TV series was based, written with a charm that conveys Alan Hunter's love of the Brand: Little, Brown Book Group.