Shetland (2013– )
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Episode #4.2 

Perez is on the trail of an attacker, Tosh investigates an oil company in the hunt for Sally's killer, and DNA testing in the Kilmuir case yields a surprising result.


Lee Haven Jones


Ann Cleeves (characters), Louise Ironside | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Walters ... Thomas Malone
Julia Brown ... Molly Kilmuir
Douglas Henshall ... DI Jimmy Perez
Alison O'Donnell ... DS Alison 'Tosh' McIntosh
Steven Robertson ... DC Sandy Wilson
Julie Graham ... Rhona Kelly
Lewis Howden Lewis Howden ... Sgt Billy McCabe
Sophie Leigh Stone Sophie Leigh Stone ... Jo Halley (as Sophie Stone)
Sean McGinley ... Drew McColl
Fiona Bell ... Donna Killick
Gerard Miller Gerard Miller ... Allan Killick
Mark Bonnar ... Duncan
Erin Armstrong ... Cassie Perez
Sharon Young ... Jennifer Keltie
Hannah Donaldson Hannah Donaldson ... Meg Hamilton


Having survived the attempt on his life Tommy calls on Jimmy, who believes that he did not kill Sally. Sally's boyfriend Alan Killick is a suspect in Tommy's abduction but his DNA suggests that his father murdered Lizzie, leading to an exhumation and confrontation with Drew's informer Benny Ray. The hunt for Sally's murderer switches to the oil company Forst Energy and its agent on Shetland, Andreas Hagan, whom Sally met in Norway regarding the cover-up of worker Danny Hamilton's death but Danny's widow gives Alison no help, causing her to fly to Bergen. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery








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20 February 2018 (UK) See more »

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Julie Graham (Rhona Kelly) & Anne Kidd (Cora McLean) also worked together on Retribution (2016) as Moira Douglas & Meredith respectively. See more »

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A solid continuation.
30 March 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

I must be honest I was a little disappointed to see it was one six part story, as opposed to a series of two parters, but the format is allowing development of the stoys, characters etc. Part two is engrossing drama, but what I'd call very heavy viewing, something you'd have to be in the mood for, and concentrate on, or you'd not follow. I found it a little hard to hear some of the dialect, the rewind button came in handy. Great story, well after, once again it's very definitely Stephen Walters who steals the show, he commands attention.

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