|Product Name||P.D. James The Essential Collection|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
|Short Description||Weight:1.5 pounds|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B00199PPCO|
|Long Description||Hailed as Britainâ€™s ''Queen of Crime'' by critics and fans alike, P.D. James is one of the most celebrated mystery writers of all time. Her first novel, Cover Her Face , introduced the world to the brilliant and poetic mind of Scotland Yardâ€™s Adam Dalgliesh. Audiences have been captivated ever since! From the diabolical to the macabre, this ''essential collection'' presents nine critically acclaimed P.D. James film adaptations on 15 discs â€“ each starring Roy Marsden in a compelling Adam Dalgliesh Mystery. Includes: Death of an Expert Witness , Shroud for a Nightingale , Cover Her Face , The Black Tower , A Taste for Death , Devices and Desires , Unnatural Causes , A Mind for Murder , Original Sin|
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