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Jack Taylor: Set 3 DVD

Jack Taylor: Set 3 DVD

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Item #: XA8672
Three all-new feature-length mysteries continue the saga of Ken Bruen's moody private detective. In Cross, a man is found crucified. In Headstone, Jack races time to locate a former nemesis. In Purgatory, Jack takes a liking to the main suspect in a data-stealing case. 3 DVDs, SDH. Mature audiences.
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Three all-new feature-length mysteries continue the saga of Ken Bruen's moody private detective. In Cross, a man is found crucified. In Headstone, Jack races time to locate a former nemesis. In Purgatory, Jack takes a liking to the main suspect in a data-stealing case. 3 DVDs, SDH. Mature audiences.

Episodes

Cross
Jack gets embroiled in a murder investigation as a dead body is found crucified. Jack's new assistant, is an ex-con who turned to Buddhism and grew up in Manchester.

Headstone
Jack is asked to locate a former enemy who has been kidnapped and is being held for ransom. Working against the clock, he crosses paths with a tough-as-nails private eye, while also supporting Kate as she prepares for a major operation. Meanwhile, Darragh finally comes into his own as Jack's new assistant.

Purgatory
Jack and Darragh are hired by the head of a major software company to find out who stole valuable games data from them.

  • Photo galleries for each mystery

    Details

    Packaging: Boxed set
    Run Time: 282 minutes
    Format: Widescreen
    Number of discs: 3
    Language: English
    Foreign Language Subtitles: No
    Color or B&W: Color
    CC: No
    SDH: Yes
    Region Code: 1
    Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    Audio Format: Dolby Stereo
    Rating: NR. Contains coarse language, violence, sexual situations, and disturbing images.

    Cast

    Ian Glen, Alan McKee, Ross McKinney, Ian Beattie, Christopher Fulford, Cathal Pendred, Siobhán O'Kelly, Jack Monaghan, Rory Fleck Byrne, Peter Campion, Patrick O'Brien

    Press

    "Terrific." - and The Australian

    "Iain Glen at his finest" - Sunday People (UK)

    "Winning...mesmeric" - The Observer (UK)


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