Exit Lines (Dalziel & Pascoe, #8) by Reginald HillThree old men die on a stormy November night: one by deliberate violence, one in a road accident and one by an unknown cause,
Inspector Pascoe is called in to investigate the first death, but when the dying words of the acident victum suggest that a drunken Superintendent Dalziel had been behind the wheel, the integrity of the entire Mid-Yorkshire CID is called into question.
Helped by the bright but wayward Detective-Constable Seymour, hindered by Maggies Moron, the half-witted Constable Hector, Peter Pascoe enters the twilight and vulnerable world of the senior citizen - to discover that the beckoning darkness at the end of the tunnel holds few comforts.
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Peter Pascoe is the main character with Dalziel, his boss playing a minor role. Colin was nowhere to be seen — and the police, headed by Superintendent Backhouse, immediately assume he is the murderer. But it all became much clearer towards the end of the book as the connections between the storylines were made. Their relationship has moved on and during the course of the book they realise how deep their feelings for each other are — leading them into considering getting married. Peter recognises that he can be a very solitary man:.
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With his thick Yorkshire accent and his abrasive demeanor, he serves as a fine foil to Peter Pascoe, the boyishly handsome and semi-yuppified Detective Inspector who works for him in ''Dalziel and Pascoe,'' a British import coming back to New York this week. It will be shown on Tuesday at 9 P. Dalziel and Pascoe's police work is filled with bickering and sniping, as the two pursue their own idiosyncratic detection methods, but is also laced with a grudging mutual admiration. It's their combative, complicated relationship -- and the unconventional character of Dalziel -- that sets this series apart from many police shows featuring unlikely partnerships. On a break from filming a bedroom scene, he was wearing a long white linen nightgown and a white nightcap and smoking a cigarette. Clarke said.