While attending an anniversary party at his superior officer's house, Lynley is given the task of investigating the death by car of a woman. He and Havers think it odd that he is given the case, but doggedly pursue the truth. The woman was the mother of a gifted violinist who mysteriously abandoned his concert just at the time his mother was run down. As the plot deepens, connections to a crime 20 years earlier appear and tensions between Lynley and a fellow policeman boil over. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <email@example.com>
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Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley
When I find people are lying to me in a murder inquiry, I become suspicious.
Songs My Mother Taught Me
Music composed by Antonín Dvorák
Set to poetry of Adolf Heyduk
Performed by piano at opening concert and later heard on a recording See more