After having sex with a prostitute, David Harvey kills her when he finds he is unable to pay and she threatens to tell his wife. The case becomes complicated however when a second prostitute is killed and the forensic evidence indicates that it was the same killer. Only problem is that Harvey was in custody at the time of the second killing. Fitz is convinced that Harvey killed the first woman and that an accomplice did the second to cast doubt on his guilt. DS Jimmy Beck returns to work after four months sick leave, still haunted by his role in DI Bilborough's death and continuing to deny that he raped Jane Penhaligon. Fitz's mother dies and he has to deal with the guilt of being a less than attentive son.
Did You Know?
David Calder (Father Michael Harvey) would later go on to star again with Robbie Coltrane in the Bond film "The World Is Not Enough" (1999). See more
[while sleeping with Denise Fletcher
DS Jimmy Beck
"This is evidence. This is a dying man's statement." He knew he was dying, and he still did the job. And that makes my mistake worse, you know? I mean, if it'd led to the death of a man who was no better or worse than me, that'd be bad enough, but... to know that he was ten times the man I'll ever be...
[notices Denise, totally uninterested, has fallen asleep
How Much Is That Doggie In the Window
Written by Bob Merrill
and Ingrid Reuterskiöld
Performed by Ruth Sheen
Performed by Lorcan Cranitch See more