Bergerac: Crimes of the Season
Crimes of the Season contains novelisations of three episodes from Season 4.
Back Cover Blurb
THINGS HOT UP ON JERSEY...
Sergeant Jim Bergerac knows all about the kind of money to be found in beautiful Jersey — his former father-in-law is, after all, one of the richest men in the Channel Islands — and he knows that where there's money there's often trouble. This year is set to be no exception, with blackmail, murder and forgery all looming darkly on the hoilday horizon.
UK | Hardback | Severn House | September 1985 | 0727812335
UK | Hardback | Chivers Press | 1986 | £8.95 | 0727803565
A large print edition for the partially sighted.
50 Minutes | BBC1 | Colour
11/10/85 The Last Interview Robert Banks Stewart
25/10/85 What Dreams May Come? Brian Finch
08/11/85 Return of the Ice Maiden Rod Beacham
- None of the novelised episodes are titled within the book, and on the copyright page What Dreams May Come? is incorrectly called What Dreams.
- The first episode novelised in the book, The Last Interview, sees a number of changes for the series. As well as the Bureau moving to a new location, it also introduces new character Susan Young (Louise Jameson), a Jersey estate agent who would be the new love interest for Jim and who would remain with the series until being killed off in the opening episode of Season 8, A True Detective.
- Andrew Saville is a pen-name of Andrew Taylor. He later wrote four original novels based on Bergerac, all published in paperback by Penguin Books in 1988: Bergerac and the Fatal Weakness; Bergerac and the Jersey Rose; Bergerac and the Moving Fever; Bergerac and the Traitor's Child.