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Great Detectives: Inspector Morse
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Colin Dexter created Inspector Morse, the detective in a series of novels as well as a popular series for British television. Morse’s first name was revealed to be “Endeavour” in “Death is Now My Neighbour.” Morse is somewhat sullen, has a brilliant memory, drives a Jaguar and loves cryptic crossword puzzles. John Thaw, who died in 2002, portrayed Morse in the television series. Morse’s sidekick Sergeant Lewis (portrayed by Kevin Whately) was also so popular that a subsequent television series was centered around him.
Among Morse’s quotes:
"There is a 50 per cent chance that the last person to see the victim alive was the murderer."
“I stumble about. That's what I do. Sometimes I stumble in the right direction.”
“ ‘Morse's Law' is there's always time for one more pint.”
“Here we are again, Lewis. Piecing together the last moments of a total stranger.”
“I always drink at lunchtime. It helps my imagination.“
“The secret of a happy life is to know when to stop - and then go that bit further.“
“Coded messages, murder - right up my street. It's not a bad way to start the day.“
If you want to solve this the old-school hard way, open this up in your media player and knock yourself out. Otherwise:
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