A book/film etc, usually finishes with a climax, but Shetland on television was six hours of slow, dreary, worse-than-amateur acting with an unexciting, disappointing last dreary long hour.
The viewer was expected to accept that it was all set up on the orders of one young female with mental health problems and the drug baron and crooked female lawyer walked free.
Still, the mainland viewers will have enjoyed the Shetland landscapes.
Ian R Selbie
17 Twageos Road,