Frost misplaces a winning lottery ticket while trying to find a security leak that lead to the murder of two key witness in a supposed safe house.

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Bruce Alexander ...
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John Lyons ...
Sophie Stanton ...
Cathy Thompson
Leagh Conwell ...
Robbie Thompson
Helen Masters ...
Cleary
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Flynn
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Sgt. Hadley
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Sheila
John Harding ...
QC Sullivan
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Maynard
Gary Powell ...
Starkey
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Tinley
Arthur White ...
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Cathy Thompson and her son, who has witnessed a murder, are being looked after in a safe house but it is not just negligence on the part of one of their protectors who goes to the shops which worries Frost. Somebody has located the Thompsons and, in Frost's book, this can only mean that there is a traitor within the police ranks. Cathy and her son go on the run, ending up in an aircraft museum where Frost has a showdown with the pursuer. Written by don @ minifie-1

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19 January 2003 (UK)  »

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The climax of "Hidden Truth" was shot at the Yorkshire Air Museum at RAF Elvington, southeast of the city of York. See more »

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Way Too Long; Too Little Suspense
25 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One overriding event in this is Jack's search for a lottery ticket worth 5.2 million pounds. As usual, the ticket has found its way into the cemetery of lost paperwork that Jack has accumulated. The main plot involves a woman and her son who are in witness protection, awaiting the trial of a ruthless man. The police screw up time after time. One shortcoming of this series is the lack of backup that is utilized. Also, there seems to be almost no securing of the space where the accused is being kept. He is able to make phone calls. Granted, he has an insider helping him, but why isn't this monster being supervised and kept in a maximum security situation. Of course, Jack's unconventional methods are called into question again. The conclusion is utterly devoid of reality and it ruins the entire episode which was awfully dull to start with.


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