Covering a dozen counties from Aldbury to Wrotham Park in Hertfordshire (but excluding Oxford itself, which is dealt with in the best selling companion to this publication, The Oxford of Inspector Morse), Inspector Morse on Location, written in conjunction with the Inspector Morse Society, surveys nearly 100 locations that are most associated with the television productions of Inspector Morse, nine series of Lewis and the first three series of Endeavour – some fifty-nine episodes are included. Inspector Morse on Location is fully illustrated and even contains location maps to assist the reader in planning their own visits.
It not only gives the Morse and Lewis connections, along with filming anecdotes, but concentrates on the historical aspects of each site, most of which are open to the public and are of interest in their own right. The 146 page guide is fully cross-indexed by county, episode and location type, and covers everything from pubs and breweries, to churches and stately homes.
A must for all enthusiasts of Inspector Morse, Lewis & Endeavour