Computerized police work in 1987? What could possibly go wrong? Carl F. Gauze reviews.
Police, Police! (Standard Recording Co.). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Ken Stott returns as the hard-drinking, hard-smoking, DI John Rebus for a second set of mysteries, based on the books by Ian Rankin. This series sees Rebus dealing with complex ciphers, underworld bosses, duplicitous businessmen, and dead cats, along with the requisite murders in each episode. Joe Frietze gives his best good cop/bad cop.
Helen Mirren returns to say goodbye to her groundbreaking character Jane Tennison in the conclusion to the Prime Suspect series. Amidst a myriad of personal problems, she must search for a missing-presumed-dead 14-year-old girl.
Rhona Scoville heartily recommends Michael Graham’s wintery police procedural novel as a great way to pass the time during the holiday season. Eggnog and true crime, nothing could be finer.
Everything In Transit (Maverick). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Tripped Into Divine (Sixthman). Review by Andrew Ellis.
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Everything Will Never Be OK (MCA Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Between his music and photography, how does ex-Police guitarist Andy Summers find time to get in trouble with Mexican drug cartel heavies? Ian Koss uncovers the story.
Make Up the Breakdown (Sub Pop). Review by Ian Koss.
Knock Knock Knock EP (Sub Pop). Review by Ian Koss.
(Cries From Space) EP (Wantage). Review by Ian Koss.
A Tribute to The Police (Solarmanite). Review by Ian Koss.
Hey, he got hit by a car, it’s pretty self-explanatory. And ugly.
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