Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley
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Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley (Character)
from "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries" (2001)

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Alternate Names:
Inspector Thomas Lynley / Thomas Lynley

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TV:
  1. "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries"
        - Know Thine Enemy (2007) TV episode, Played by Nathaniel Parker (as Inspector Thomas Lynley)
        - Limbo (2007) TV episode, Played by Nathaniel Parker (as Inspector Thomas Lynley)
        - In the Blink of an Eye (2006) TV episode, Played by Nathaniel Parker (as Inspector Thomas Lynley)
        - Chinese Walls (2006) TV episode, Played by Nathaniel Parker (as Inspector Thomas Lynley)
        - One Guilty Deed (2006) TV episode, Played by Nathaniel Parker
          (18 more)

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Quotes:
From "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Missing Joseph (#1.5)" (2002)
Barbara Havers: [Introducing Havers] Barbara Havers.
Tony Philips: Barbara Havers? Finally get to put a face to the name.
Barbara Havers: [laughs nervously, unsure of his meaning] Sorry?
Tony Philips: I was working with the Met last year. They were offering five to one that your partnership wouldn't make it out of the paddock.
Thomas Lynley: [Indignant] I beg your pardon?
Tony Philips: [Condescendinly] Just a bit of fun. I'm sure everyone's delighted that Barbara eventually found someone she's able to work with.
Barbara Havers: You know, call me snob, Tony, but given the choice between workin' with a clever, considerate man or a... mouthy git, I know who I'd choose.
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