Peter (Harmer) Lovesey (born 1936), also known by his pen name Peter Lear, is a British writer of historical and contemporary crime novels and short stories. His best-known series characters are Sergeant Cribb, a Victorian-era police detective based in London, and Peter Diamond, a modern-day police detective in Bath.
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... Episode # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate 1 "Waxwork" June Wyndham-Davies Peter Lovesey Pauline Macaulay 23 December 1979 Pilot episode ... and Roy Evans 2 "Swing Swing Together" June Wyndham-Davies Peter Lovesey Brian Thompson 13 April 1980 After a young woman discovers a body floating in the River Thames, Cribb and Thackeray ... Lacey, Heather James, Albert Welling, Jane How, Sheila Keith, Robert Fyfe, Peter Birrel and Michael Ripper 3 "Abracadaver" Julian Amyes Peter Lovesey Bill MacIlwraith 20 ...
... Edmund Crispin The Moving Toyshop (1946) Margery Allingham The Tiger in the Smoke (1952) Peter Lovesey The False Inspector Dew (1982) Wilkie Collins The Woman in White (1. 1935) Anthony Berkeley The Poisoned Chocolates Case (1929) Ellis Peters A Morbid Taste for Bones (1977) Ellis Peters The Leper of Saint Giles (1981) (tie for #42) Ira Levin A Kiss ... Landed (1975) Mary Stewart My Brother Michael (1960) Peter Lovesey Bertie and the Tin Man (1987) Susan Moody Penny Black (1984) (tie for #56) Len Deighton Game, Set Match (1984-1986 ...
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