Renfield's abductors torture him for the name of the person Grayson loves most (causing him to flashback to their first meeting). Mina's surprisingly vivid dreams about Grayson are making her uncomfortably drawn to him. And, she is not the only one with unspoken feelings!moreless
Alan is attracted to a mysterious woman who looks liker his former lover. Harker is worried about the kind of life Alan can give her.
Wealthy businessman Rex Fortescue collapses and dies in his office. It is determined that he was poisoned, and a handful of rye is found in his pockets. No one seems too upset, as everyone agrees that Rex was a tyrant. Soon, however, Rex's young wife also ends up poisoned. The maid, Gladys, whom Miss Marple trained, writes to her asking for help. Miss Marple arrives too late, as Gladys' body is found strangled. Miss Marple senses a connection between the deaths and a well-known nursery rhyme, "Sing a Song of Sixpence". Now it is up to her to find the cold-blooded killer and to deliver justice.moreless
Oliver recalls a chance encounter in a supermarket, that sees Oliver inviting Jane back to his flat. Unfortunately the realization that he hasn't had a woman for months reminds him that things such as porn and dirty dishes now replace the floor. But this doesn't seem to bother Jane all that much who strips in Oliver's living room. Meanwhile Patrick lets the fact slip that he slept with Jane during a conversation with Oliver and Steve; Which unluckily gets back to Sally. While all the drama unfolds Susan realizes that the pains in her stomach means the baby is finally on his way.moreless
Duscan goes into hiding, but an informer tells the police where he is and he is arrested. He confesses to killing both sisters. However Jane is convinced that Milan Lukic and Duscan Zigic were working together. She goes to Bosnia to discover the truth. On her return she is sent for by Scotland Yard who make her sign the official secrets act and warn her to stay off the case. However a visit to her father convinces Jane that she should stick to her convictions.moreless
Jane is asked if she might consider retiring soon after thirty years in service and seven as a Detective Superintendent. Jane ponders this and then a body of a young Serbian girl is found in a warehouse. The girl has been tortured and strangled. Jane decides to take the case over from Detective Chief Inspector Simon Finch. Her investigation leads her to a Duscan Zigic who has possibly committed atrocities of war in Bosnia.moreless