Travers learns that the murder victim Lucy Wilson was looking for information about a scandal caused by Newall's employer Qestrel. DI Wenborn believes to have found his murderer and even uses blackmail for a witness' statement. However, an unfortunate event stops him.moreless
Travers keeps looking for proof of Martin Newall's innocence and questions a chambermaid whose testimony could exonerate Newall. DI Wendborn finds out that his murder victim is Philip Spaull, an animal-rights activist accused in a manslaughter case a few years back. However, Spaull was acquitted thanks to his barrister, William Travers.moreless
Barrister William Travers is reluctantly called back to London to represent old friend Martin Newall, to whom he feels he owes a debt. Newall's accused of murdering a young intern he was sleeping with, but Travers will only represent him if he thinks he's innocent. Elsewhere, DS Mark Wenborn is annoyed that Travers got one of the people he arrested off and he's tasked with investigating the bloody murder of an unidentified man.moreless
The body of Lemmy Hoxton, a small-time burglar, is found at an abandoned farm. There is a spate of break-ins where the intruder gives the sleeping children injections, which reminds Frost of a similar series a few years earlier. A man returns home late one night to find his children dead and his wife missing. Frost's investigations make as many demands on his compassion as on his professional expertise, and he makes a serious error of judgement.moreless
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