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He's ingenious, he's phobic, he's obsessive-compulsive. Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Tony Shalhoub is a riot in Monk, the show that critics are praising as fresh, exciting and utterly original.
Monk's hilarious, offbeat antics have made him unfit for duty but he's back as a police consultant to help out on their most baffling cases. The brilliant but neurotic Monk is now fighting crime as well as his abnormal fears of germs, cars, heights, crowds and virtually everything else known to man in the best detective show to come along in decades.
Nothing on TV generated more fun than this and now you can enjoy the entire first season of Monk on DVD.
Of all the things that make Adrian Monk uneasy, change ranks high on the list. So when Natalie completes her P.I. license-and technically becomes Monk's boss-it's not easy for him to accept. Nor can he accept Natalie attending a business seminar at sea without him, even if it means spending a week with her on a cruise ship. Between choppy waters and obnoxious kids, Monk finds himself in a perfect storm of anxiety. Luckily, Mariah, the cruise director, is always able to smooth things over. Until someone pulls the man overboard alarm, the ship drops anchor and the crew fishes Mariah's dead body out of the water. Finding alcohol in Mariah's system, the ship's doctor declares her death an accident, but Monk isn't convinced. He knows that Mariah and the captain were having an affair. Could someone have pushed her overboard? When the captain hires Monk and Natalie to look into a mysterious rash of vandalism onboard, Monk steers the investigation toward murder?
Natalie is taking a break from studying for her PI license, the last step to becoming Monk's full partner. She sneaks off to Half Moon Bay for a retreat run by Miranda Bigley, leader of the Best Possible Me self-help program, but her plans for a relaxing weekend are disrupted when Monk tracks her down to rescue her from the 'cult.' Their argument is cut short when Miranda, in full view of everyone, calmly walks to the edge of a cliff and jumps. Even though Miranda's death looks like suicide, Natalie is sure it's murder. But Monk brushes her off to help the SFPD solve the murder of a clown, despite his coulrophobia. As Monk and Natalie begin their independent investigations, they quickly learn that if they want to figure out whodunit, they will have to find a way to become true partners.
Grab your detective hat and flashlight because there are loads of mysteries to be solved in The Case of the Ghostly Note & Other Solve-It-Yourself Whodunits! Can you solve these whodunits faster than the Mystery Brothers? Thirteen-year-old Logan and his shy little brother, Thad, always seem to figure out who stole the bake sale money or broke into the middle school. The Case of the Ghostly Note & Other Solve-It-Yourself Whodunits features fifteen original mystery stories. You'll get to find clues and take notes as you read along, and see if you can guess "whodunit" before the brothers do. Reason it out and then check the answers at the back of the book (which are in the form of the continued story). Follow along as the two brothers investigate foul play, stolen goods, lying, and even a case or two from their police officer uncle, and see if you're as super at sleuthing as these guys are.
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