Laura and Rosemary become involved in the murder of a woman who was using Rosemary's name and horticultural background as a means of digging holes on an old estate. Seems many of the plants are dying, so the lord is willing to have an expert look into it. But the murder victim was actually an archaeologist who may have uncovered a plot to devalue true finds and sell them on the black market. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The portrait painting used to represent the late Lord Engleton is the same painting hanging on the wall of the landing as Lewis and Hathaway are descending the stairs from Dr. Yelland's room in the "The Indelible Stain" episode of the Inspector Lewis series. See more
[Observing Earle digging in the lawn
What is your professional opinion of these?
Dr Richard Earle
Well, these are what archaeologists call 'holes in the ground.'