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The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Series One – An Australian Murder Mystery Series with Complex Characters and Puzzles


The Doctor Blake Mysteries

One of the things I probably spend way too much time searching out are new BBC-esque dramas. My latest find was picked up for distribution by BBC, but is actually an Australian series. Fortunately, I stumbled across this one and therefore didn't have to invest time searching it out.

This latest find is The Doctor Blake Mysteries, a crime drama that our friends, the Aussie's do up right.

The show follows a tortured hero and the people around him who try to help in his healing even as he continues to emotionally destruct. As usual, the show is top-notch brilliant. Everything from the cast to the costumes (and the cars!) are of a caliber that is sure to impress.

If you'd like to read specific thoughts on the first season, I reviewed it this week on Silver Petticoat.

The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Series One – A Character-Driven Australian Mystery Series

Doctor Blake Mysteries

There is something about a British mystery that calls to my inner sleuth. They’re tightly scripted, well cast and contain just the right dose of dry humor. Imagine my delighted surprise when I realized that our friends, the Aussies, also boasted some of the best crime dramas around. First came Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, then I discovered the zany gem that is Mr. and Mrs. Murder. My latest discovery is The Doctor Blake Mysteries, a brilliant period drama that deserves our attention.

The Doctor Blake Mysteries introduces us to Dr. Lucien Blake (Craig McLachlan), a doctor recently returned home to run his now deceased father’s general practice. Continue Reading on Silver Petticoat ➔

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  1. Ohmygosh!!!! I am so glad you discovered this series! I absolutely love it. I totally ship Jean and Doctor Blake. ;-)

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    1. I AM TOO, Renee This series is crazy good and I LOVE Dr. Blake and Jean as a couple. *happy face* They must be together in the end. :)

      PS: So sorry for the late reply. Not sure how this comment slipped my notice, but I'm always glad to see you over here, friend. :)

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