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True Love Waits: Part 2 

Jack discovers that Kate,under pressure from her corrupt father,has tampered with evidence to incriminate Roly Henderson and demands she accept Nikki's opinion that Alan Lane killed all ... See full summary »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jack Beale Jack Beale ... Courier
Christine Bottomley ... DI Kate Warren
Hollie Burgess ... Emma Henderson
Gary Cargill ... DC Soco
Liz Carr ... Clarissa
David Caves ... Jack Hodgson
Christina Cole ... Janice Masters
Daniel Coonan Daniel Coonan ... Simon Marshall
Penny Downie ... Anne Percival
Lynn Farleigh ... Edith McNeil
Emilia Fox ... Dr. Nikki Alexander
Christopher Fulford ... DCC Tony Warren
William Gaminara ... Professor Leo Dalton
Rob Jarvis ... Roly Henderson
Nicola Millbank ... Imogen
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Jack discovers that Kate,under pressure from her corrupt father,has tampered with evidence to incriminate Roly Henderson and demands she accept Nikki's opinion that Alan Lane killed all three victims. They visit Anne Percival,the retired officer who sent lane down even though Imogen's body was never found - in the event because,thanks to Anne,she was given a new identity as Janice Masters. Nikki finds out that Lane has killed nine women who all has histories of domestic turbulence so that their husbands were blamed. After Anne has fatally tried searching Lane's house the team must stop him before he can get to Janice. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 January 2013 (UK) See more »

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Christopher Fulford has played two different characters over the course of the series: See more »

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No holds barred, this is excellent.
20 October 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Even by Silent Witness standards, I thought this episode was exceptional. It's the writing I found to be so good, so many different twisted strands in this deep, multi layered story. It's dark, twisted, and the killer's obsession clearly knows no bounds. There is guil, torture, love, and plenty of uncomfortable moments. Christine Bottomley was terrific as the pressured DI, and Penny Downie was equally good as the ill fated Anne Percival. Some thought the torture scenes were a bit much, but I guess they were in keeping with the twisted character, who was also terrific.

Quality writing, great acting, this was a classic. 9/10


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