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Deception on His Mind 

Sahlah is engaged to a young Pakistani man in an arranged marriage, but he ends up murdered as she is bearing the child of a local white man.

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Matthew Wait ...
Gerry Devitt
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Anjalee Patel ...
Hadiyyah
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Azhar Taymullah
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Akram Malik
Sophie Walker ...
TV Reporter
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Muneer Malik (as Tarek Ramini)
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Emily Barlow
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Rachel Winfield
Amita Dhiri ...
Yumna Malik
Terence Hillyer ...
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Joe Shaw ...
Theo Shaw
Ronnie McCann ...
Trevor Ruddock
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Lynley and Havers investigate the death of Hatham Kureshi in the seaside village of Balford-le-nez. He was to marry Shala Malik, the daughter of a prominent businessman. The marriage was an arranged one but it turns out she was having an affair with a local man, Theo Shaw. She is also pregnant. Things are not going well in the Malik family and Shala's older brother Muneer is a particularly nasty character. There is also much tension in the community owing to what some claim was a previous incident where the police supposedly covered up the murder of a 16-year old Asian boy. When the police learn that Hatham was also gay, it adds a whole new angle to their investigation. Written by garykmcd

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Muneer Malik: You're a whore, Shala. I should have killed you. I wish I had.
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Maybe the worst one of the series
23 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

I am a fan of the series but this one falls way short. Firstly, Havers's character in this is completely wrong. She is too diffident, too easily ruffled, too quickly taken to task (by Lynley as well as Barlow). And just how are we supposed to believe she is interested in someone who talks derogatorily of English women? It does not make any sense. Further, without giving any spoilers, there are unnecessary changes made to the narrative structure which not only violate "if it ain't broken don't fix it" but also stretch the viewer's credulity. In a similar vein, the action sequence at the end does not belong at all in the series. Even the directorial touch is wrong with the constant closeups of faces. It's as if they thought let's do one about the Pakistani community and the hell with everything else. Despite the pretty decent plot, this episode just does not belong in the Lynley canon.


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