Morse and Lewis investigate the murder of fun-loving raconteur Harry Field, a mediocre artist with no real style to call his own, with many of his paintings featuring the same mystery woman. As they dig deeper into his past, they discover a possible link to art forgery. Meanwhile, Lewis considers trying for a promotion in Traffic Division. Written by
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The street Harry Field goes down is Keating's Way, an inside joke referring to Tom Keating (1917-1985), the infamous art restorer and forger. See more
[Referring to Eirl
We've got a very important corpse on our hands.
Chief Inspector Morse
Yes, I preferred him as a suspect.
References Bonnie and Clyde
Written by A. H. Gibbs, Joe Grey, and Leo Wood (1922)
Harry Field listens to recording in his studio See more