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 Mark Limvere-Robinson
Harry Field is found dead having fallen, or been pushed, off a bridge. As they look into the case, Morse and Lewis learn that Harry was a bit of a character, something of a bohemian and an artist who did a lot of art restoration and cleaning. His wife Helen hadn't seen him for a week, but this wasn't unusual for their relationship. Morse develops a liking for Harry and his sense of humor. Although Harry wasn't much of a painter in his own right, he may have been involved in art forgery scheme. Lewis decides the time has come for him to seek promotion to Inspector and seeks Morse's endorsement.- Written by garykmcd
Struggling artist Harry Field is found murdered and thrown off an overpass but recent rains and a dry body lead Morse to conclude he was killed over a week earlier.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
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