Widow Mildred Finster is a lifelong fan of 'cosy' mystery
novels. She decides at the tender age of seventy-one that
she'd like to become a real private detective. She finds a
card for Angel Investigations and thinks the name sounds very
sweet. After all, she loves angels. What could be more perfect?
Angel and the gang are hip deep in their own personal problems.
So when Mildred offers her services, they don't have much
time for her. And when a truckload of antiquities from a local
mission is stolen, they don't get too worked up over what
they think is a simple theft. But the arrival of some ruthless
killers from overseas finally gets the gangs attention. Now
they are being followed at every turn by a well-meaning old
lady, fighting off attacks from poltergeists, and trying to
set their personal differences aside to defeat a supernatural
foe before a centuries old mystery reaches its final chapter...
Man is a different kind of Angel story, but not
in any way a bad one. It does have the feel of a murder mystery
novel to it, which perhaps is what makes it stand out from
the other novels in the Angel series.
in the first half of season four, we find the gang having
many problems of their own to deal with; Angel and Cordy's
'relationship' since she came back from being a Higher Being,
Wesley being ostracised after helping the bad guys take Connor,
and Gunn and Fred attempting to work out whether or not they
have a relationship after her old professor, and hell dimension
issues coming back to haunt her. On top of all that, throw
in some gruesome murders, a haunted house, a meddling old
granny two Watcher-esque English killers and a deadly old
man, and you've got one hell of a ride!
wanting to give too much away, Solitary Man grips you,
and you get to see all the characters get sucked into the
mystery by playing their own roles. Of course though, good
always conquers evil, and in the end they manage to come together
to save the universe from being doomed to a hellish existence
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