Shaun Evans returns to duty at Oxford City Police as Colin Dexter's cerebral Endeavour Morse, with four new gripping murder mysteries set amidst the turning tides of 1960s Britain. His partnership with DI Fred Thursday (Roger Allam) now firmly cemented, the two men must band together to crack this fresh quartet of dazzlingly complex cases, shaking the highest pillars of Oxford society as they go.
A parade soured by suspected suicide; a girls' school haunted by memories past; a strangler stalking the foggy autumn twilight; and conspiratorial whisperings in the corridors of power. Endeavour must risk all if he is to bring those responsible to justice, and escape with brain and body intact.
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Must see series for fans of Morse (and Lewis). In the beginning of the series 2 Morse goes back to work after his sick leave. At the station things have changed. During the series the atmosphere deteriorates. But as long as Fred Thursday gets Morse's back everything is fine. Shaun Evans and Roger Allam's performances are remarkable. There are only four episodes - the stories hold in their grip and luckily there is more on the way...
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