Frost continues to try to identify detective Tim Fox's killer. In addition, he tries to solve a series of pet shootings, for which he is eventually forced to seek help from a computer ... See full summary »
Frost continues to try to identify detective Tim Fox's killer. In addition, he tries to solve a series of pet shootings, for which he is eventually forced to seek help from a computer system run by a new junior WPC. His pursuit leads to a confrontation above a power station. Written by
James D. Lankin
[Frost and Shirley are having a blazing row]
You want the shoulder to cry on. You want the sex. But you don't want to give *anything* in return. You're scared.
DI Jack Frost:
What the *hell* did you expect? What did you want? Me as I am? No? What then? Some nine-till-fiver who doesn't give a toss about his job? Someone who just wants to come home, go shopping and have a curry every Friday night? Did you think I've *ever* been that? Do think it's just lacking a good woman that keeps me working all hours...
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Jack continues his investigations into the Regional Crime Squad detective's death. However, it isn't as simple as he would like....Young WPC Susan Kavanaugh is placed in severe danger in order to prove herself to her colleagues, and it's up to Jack Frost to try and save her before it's too late.....
Part 2 of Line of Fire continues the suspense and intrigue quite well, with credible performances from all the actors concerned. Viewers will find themselves homing in on the suspect, which may be someone very close to home. But can Jack prove it?
Separating this story into two parts certainly makes Line of Fire more interesting, with a fine enough conclusion that should satisfy most fans. That's the secret of A Touch of Frost; the ability to keep viewers hooked with serious drama and humour combined, along with strong acting and unusual twists to to the tale. Line of Fire certainly carries that trait on. Excellent.
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