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  • So, if you're a Tom Barnaby fan or simply a mystery buff, I highly recommend this movie

    • by jollsjlupin

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      I am reviewing the movie, Market for Murder, starring John Nettles and Daniel Casey. This movie was made in 2004 by Acorn Media Inc.

      It was produced by Brian True-May, was directed by Sarah Hellings, and was written by Andrew Payne.

      This movie was based on the book by Caroline Graham.

      In this

      murder mystery, everyone is a suspect! Inspector Barnaby and Sergeant Troy are called in to investigate the increasing number of murders revolving around ladies of a particular reading group in Midsomer village.

      Women are getting murdered left and right, and Barnaby’s quest to find the killer is a complex one.

      Why would anyone kill ladies ...

      • in a reading group?

        I really liked this movie.

        It kept my attention the entire way through.

        Like the other Inspector Barnaby movies, it is quite long, ranging in at nearly two hours.

        For some of the movies, this time is stretching it, but this film seemed to go rather quickly, as the acting and

        mystery was fantastic.

        I have found John Nettles to be an incredible actor, capable of doing many roles.

        He is very believable in his role as Chief Inspector, and his acting really makes the series what it is.

        So, if you’re a Tom Barnaby fan or simply a mystery buff, I highly recommend this movie.

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