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18 February 2013 @ 09:35 am
Hi everyone!

I just recently discovered the Inspector Lynley series and now I’m contemplating buying it on DVD. However, I’m a bit confused when it comes to which version I should get. Since I’m from Germany I would prefer to get the German version so I could watch it in either German or English, but reviews on Amazon.de indicate that they mixed up the order of episodes on the German DVDs (as in the pilot episode is in the last DVD box and such).

Are there similar issues with the English version? Is there a difference between the English version of the season box sets and the complete collection DVD set? Does the English version have any extra features or subtitles?

Does anyone on here have the German DVD sets? If so, is there a difference between the season boxsets and the complete collection? One of the reviews on amazon.de said that the complete collection had two more episodes on it, but it doesn’t seem like that’s the case, but than the product description on amazon isn’t that great. How badly did they mix up the episodes on the German DVDs? Is it just the pilot episode or are other episodes in the wrong order as well?

Thanks for your help. :)
 
 
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21 August 2012 @ 08:05 am
Title: Fantasie
Author: roseandheather
Rating: T
Words: 725
Pairing: Lynley/Havers
Summary: Music is the language of love, and this is how he loves her.

( He is playing from the heart, and from the soul. )
 
 
 
30 May 2012 @ 09:31 pm
I've actually got quite a bit of fic that are starting to coalesce on the hard drive. (Do not ask how many words I've written in three months; it's a little scary). This one is early in the cyle of stories.

Title: The Other Woman
Author: spikewriter
Characters/Pairings: Barbara Havers, Thomas Lynley, OC, Barbara Havers/Thomas Lynley (pre-romance)
Rating: PG
Words: 1,060
Summary: "The words fell easily out of his mouth and he stopped, the realization hitting him hard." Post-series
Disclaimer: Copyrights belong to the BBC and Elizabeth George and no infringement is intended

LJ | DW | AO3
 
 
28 May 2012 @ 12:52 pm
So, the husband and I have been indulging in some of the Roy Marsden "Dalgliesh" mysteries via Netflix (husband is a Dalgliesh fan) and we're currently watching "Original Sin." In the second episode, author Esme Carling lives in a particular building in London overlooking a bridge and we spend some time in her flat. I kept looking at and suddenly realized it's the same flat Lynley was borrowing in "Limbo." One can tell by the railing that runs along outside the window. No wonder bad things happen there...

Just a bit of silliness. Anyone else catch other Lynley locations used in other programs? (New Scotland Yard doesn't count.)
 
 
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Title: Just Before the Dawn
Author: [info]roseandheather
Word Count: ~1500
Rating: PG
Summary: The darkest hour is just before the dawn. On the night before their wedding, Barbara and Tommy lay old fears to rest.
Author's Note: For [info]spikewriter, who taught me that angst is not always a bad thing.

( "Do you still want to go through with this?" )