It isn’t very often that my husband and I have both of our adult children at home at the same time. When they are both here, we enjoy getting out our favorite DVDs to watch as a family…. and, upon looking at our habits, I see that almost everything we watch as a family is British!
During their winter break this year, the four of us managed to watch some pretty phenomenal shows. (At least I think that they are of that quality!) We just finished watching Jeremy Brett (as Sherlock Holmes) roaming the moors in search of The Hound of the Baskervilles. A few days ago we were treated to Derek Jacobi (as Brother Cadfael) as his brother monks plowed up The Potter’s Field.
Unfortunately, our son has opted out of watching Jemma Redgrave (as Doctor Bramwell) trudge her way to and from The Thrift. But, the rest of us have been thoroughly enjoying the exploits of Dr. Bramwell, while my son is "out and about" with his friends.
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ANNETTE MEYERS Xenia Smith and Leslie Wetzon, Wall Street headhunters, featured in: The Big Killing (1989), Tender Death (1990), The Deadliest Option (1991), Blood on the Street (1992), Murder: The Musical (1993), These Bones Were Made for Dancin’ (1995), & The Groaning Board (1997)
Olivia Brown, a bohemian poet and women’s rights advocate in a 1920s Greenwich Village, New York, is featured in: Free Love (1999) & Murder Me Now (2001)
Danna - cozy mystery list says
Lois, I just added Annette Meyers to my lists of authors. Thanks for the recommendation!