Major Hopkinson, an old man who collects chiming clocks asks Ken for help after he is terrorised by some thugs to whom he owes money. Has he been completely honest with Ken?
9. For Whom the Chimes Toll - Major Hopkinson, an old man who collects chiming clocks asks Ken for help after he is terrorised by some thugs to whom he owes money. Has he been completely honest with Ken?
Fireman Ken Boon is forced to retire after sustaining serious lung damage.
Stephen Rea guest stars as an amnesiac who can't even remember his own name.
Ken is surprised when a couple staying at the Hotel ask him to recover their stolen cat.
Ken chases an unpaid hotel bill.
Child-minding is not Ken's idea of a glamorous job, especially when the child is Daniel,
After damage, it is clear that the hotel is the target of a local protection racket.
Ken has the perfect opportunity for a romantic weekend on the waterways with Doreen.
Ken is called on to help the victim of corrupt antique dealers.
Ken is asked for help, after someone is terrorised by some thugs to whom they owe money.
Ken's has reservations about tracking down the Mahoney brothers who have gone missing.
Billy's lifestyle is guaranteed to cause trouble, especially for Ken his reluctant minder.
There is trouble for Ken when his trusty steed 'White Lightning' lands him in a ditch.
Harry overreaches himself, with tragic results.