Blue Murder (2003–2009)
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Hit and Run 

DCI Lewis finds that a hit-and-run she witnessed that killed a young girl and the mutilation murder of an illegal immigrant lap dancer may be linked.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ian Kelsey ...
Nicholas Murchie ...
Adam Kotz ...
James Harper / Konrad Sulikov
Martin Walsh ...
Lee Stone
Paul-Michael Giblin ...
Jez Gleason
Chris Chinley (as Steve Hillman)
Eve Steele ...
Debbie Chinley
Geoff Breton ...
Catherine Jenkins ...
Eleanor Lewis
Ceallach Spellman ...


D.C.I. Janine Lewis returns after her maternity leave only to be plunged into a murder investigation - and then witness to a hit-and-run incident at her son Tom's school. The murder investigation leads them to a strip club run by James Harper - the owner of the vehicle involved in the hit-and-run. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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6 September 2004 (UK)  »

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DI Richard Mayne: [Observing Harper intensely watching a pole dancer] It's a bit early, isn't it?
James Harper: Audition. We're a girl short. The show goes on.
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Three cases for the price of one
21 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

DCI Janine Lewis returns to active duty after her maternity leave, and she's soon up to her neck in murders: an unidentified young woman is found brutally slain in a river; a little girl - a schoolmate of Janine's son - is run over by a car outside her school, and the driver doesn't stop; and one of the two suspects for the hit-and-run incident is found shot in the head. What's the connection between the three cases?

"Hit And Run", the second episode of "Blue Murder", is not quite up to the standards of the first. There are some good plot twists (one, in particular, seems to be inspired by a famous 1990's movie, which I won't mention here), but the episode is a little too grim to be enjoyable. Appropriate for the subject matter, I know, but I probably wouldn't watch this one again. **1/2 out of 4.

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