DI Frost investigates the murder of a policeman murdered during a sting of a ring of international; car thieves and someone murdering local pets.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Alexander ...
Nicky Henson ...
Lindy Whiteford ...
Christopher Hollis ...
Arthur White ...
James McKenna ...
Amanda Haberland ...
Tara Moran ...


During Christmas, a local power station worker is burgled. Shortly afterward, he falls to his death in a mysterious accident. Then a young police detective, Tim Fox, is murdered. Frost wonders if Fox's death is really related to the large investigation he was working on to uncover a car theft gang. Written by James D. Lankin

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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25 December 1999 (UK)  »

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(DVD) | (6 episodes)


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Well Set Up
23 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are a number of things that are put forth to set up the conclusion. We have a series of events that center around a power plant. It involves two men, one a psychotic, who go around avenging themselves on people who anger them. We are introduced to a female constable who butts heads with Frost over her use of technology while his filing systems are the archaic paper pile that often ends up on the floor. The episode ends with a gun being pointed at Frost during a bank heist which is unrelated to the larger plot. We also have the eternal triangle, with the death of a husband and the finger being pointed at his two-timing wife.

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