Natasha Jackson is the daughter of the UK's ambassador-designate to Austria, Sir Alan Jackson. She is charged with murder in the death of Lisa Aeurbach, a journalist. Natasha's defense is that the woman was dead when she arrived for an interview. The case takes an interesting twist when Kavanagh is approached by a mysterious government official whose only concern is to keep HM's ambassador-designate as far away from scandal as possible. Matt decides to move out on his own and his parents are surprised to learn he's sharing a flat with two attractive young women. In Chambers, Peter Foxcott takes an interest in an old friend he has not seen for many years. Written by
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The menu item Mayhew refers to and recommends in Greek to Kavanagh's annoyance is avgolemeno, which is Greek egg and lemon soup. See more
[as the door is opened
I'm sorry to disturb you, Lady Jackson. Is your husband at home?
He's out. You have to phone the office on Monday.
[Walking into the home aggressively
No, I will talk to you instead... not that you will like what I have to say.
References The Jazz Singer