Death in Paradise #TV #BriFri — 13 Comments

  1. I have seen Death in Paradise too and had exactly your reaction. Compared to some of our favorite British tv shows, it seems quite light but it grows on you.
    You’re going to Cuba! I hadn’t realized that; oh wow! That’s going to be an amazing adventure, one that very few others have had. At least not for years and years! I really can’t wait to see what you have to say about it.

  2. I love this series. The scenery is so great, and I love the restaurant, and the little lizard/gecko at the house. I thought I wouldn’t want to see the series with the new fellow, but I finally gave it a try, and actually like it even a bit better. Lovely show. I am happiest watching British television. There was a recent Booksmarks magazine which featured Cuban writing. I went to their website and typed Cuba into the search bar, and there are many titles listed.

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  4. I have not seen Death in Paradise but I like British shows so will certainly check it out. I hope it’s ok to add a British author and review to link up. Can’t locate my photos of England yet.

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  10. I do watch Death in Paradise. The reason it is so popular is that it is cleverly written, with likeable characters, deceptively clever writing (every clue is shown if you’re bright enough to put it together), it is not “gritty”, “worthy”, gory, “meaningful”, “edgy”, “urban” or “dark”.

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