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Longmire Rides Again on Netflix, Season 4 Review

Longmire: Back in the Saddle by G G Collins The long-awaited 4th season of Longmire debuted on Netflix September 10, 2015 to a loyal following. Everyone is back, save one. In case you haven’t seen it yet, I’ll be mum as to the missing character. The sheriff’s office has lost one of their own. Emotions … Continue reading

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Spenser For Hire 2nd Season Now Available

Amazon Adds Spenser For Hire 2nd Season: Happy to report that Robert Urich’s Spenser For Hire, Season 2 is now available on Amazon. You can also find my review of the series: “Spenser Rides Again. Keep them coming!” Get it here: Continue reading

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DVD Review: Annika Bengtzon Crime Reporter (Great Swedish Import)

Liza Marklund’s Journalist Character Makes Headlines By G G Collins     (Copyright 2014) ***** Many characters solve mysteries, but reporter protagonists make their own headlines. Swedish writer Liza Marklund created Annika Bengtzon. Bengtzon works for the Stockholm publication Kvällspressen where she covers the crime beat. Bengtzon, who is haunted by her past, is only comfortable … Continue reading

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Actor Robert Urich Made a Difference

The Robert Urich Foundation Lives On After Actor’s Death By G G Collins      (Copyright 2015) The following story was written by me the year before the late actor Robert Urich died (April 16, 2002 at age 55). At interview, it was spring and already 103 degrees. Urich had been playing golf and was … Continue reading

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DVD Review: Spenser for Hire

Spenser For Hire Rides Again Warner Brothers has finally seen fit to release the first season of Spenser For Hire. It’s beyond me why it took so long with the 5-star reviews piling up over at Amazon, and not a moment too soon. Robert Urich deserved more appreciation for his work, especially in Spenser. If … Continue reading