Original Sin

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Overview

P.D. James: Original Sin is another murder mystery featuring Scotland Yard investigator Adam Dalgliesh. A respected author summons Dalgliesh to Peverell Publishing in order to investigate a disturbing series of threatening letters that have been sent to various people who work there. When deaths start occurring among this circle of people, Dalgliesh must figure out which of them know the truth.
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Overview

P.D. James: Original Sin is another murder mystery featuring Scotland Yard investigator Adam Dalgliesh. A respected author summons Dalgliesh to Peverell Publishing in order to investigate a disturbing series of threatening letters that have been sent to various people who work there. When deaths start occurring among this circle of people, Dalgliesh must figure out which of them know the truth.
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Special Features

Roy Marsden Biography; P.D. James bibliography; About the author; Cast & credits; Weblink
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The venerable publishing house Peverell Press is under new management; and when hate mail begins to arrive addressed to the Peverell board, Scotland Yard's Adam Dalgliesh is dispatched to investigate. A series of macabre murders leads to further investigation of what proves to be a veritable family snake pit, filled with nasty secrets, simmering jealousies, and twisted proprieties. So many suspects, so many motives: Can Dalgliesh unmask the murderer and stem the body count?
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/7/2005
  • UPC: 741952660897
  • Original Release: 1996
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  • Source: Koch Vision
  • Presentation: Copy Protected
  • Time: 2:28:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 78,094

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Roy Marsden Commander Adam Dalgliesh
Technical Credits
Andrew Grieve Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Venetian Palace [6:07]
2. Tragic News [5:45]
3. Running News [3:04]
4. Needing Company [5:17]
5. Engaged [3:39]
6. Car Troubles [6:18]
7. Partner's Meeting [5:43]
8. Unable to Buy [2:47]
9. Something Is Happening [3:11]
10. Poetry Reading [6:37]
11. Another Death [1:36]
12. The Investigation [4:23]
13. Who Has Keys? [2:16]
14. Very Tidy Room [5:45]
15. One on One [4:40]
16. Special Favor [5:00]
17. Autopsy [1:26]
18. With Condolences [7:41]
19. The Re-Enactment [4:17]
20. At the Convent [3:40]
21. Speaking With Esme [2:50]
22. Third Death [2:24]
23. Odd Note [4:15]
24. Rough Draft [3:48]
25. Fax Sender [6:40]
26. Built in Murder [4:29]
27. Photo [2:46]
28. Facing Her Fear [7:40]
29. Making Confessions [3:34]
30. Crimes Solved [10:21]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Chapter Selection
   Special Features
      Roy Marsden Biography
      About the Author
         Biography
         Awards & Honors
         Honorary Degrees
         Selected Bibliography
      Cast & Credits
         Credits
      Weblink
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