A beautiful, media savvy forensic psychologist is recruited to assist Frost in profiling a serial murderer who targets women at home.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Alexander ...
John Lyons ...
Martine Phillips
Arthur White ...
Julia Dalkin ...
Julia St John ...
Dr. Amanda Chase
Steve Markham
Father David Rose
Lia Williams ...
Sylvia Ford
Mick Ford ...
Bill Ford
Amanda Royle ...
Helen Croft
Katie Gale ...
Lucy Croft
Rosie Timpson ...


A priest, Father Rose, is found covered in the blood of a murdered woman, the death bearing the hallmarks of a ritual killing, and Detective Sergeant 'Razor' Sharpe is drafted in to assist Frost, having investigated a similar death in his own area. The dead woman's family feel that her ex-boyfriend is to blame but Frost believes the priest is more involved than he is letting on. A glamorous profiler joins the team and suggests that they are dealing with a serial killer. And she is right. At the same time Frost feels responsible for the loyal George Toolan being hospitalized with severe injuries after falling from a high building whilst helping him prevent a suicide. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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25 September 2005 (UK)  »

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Frost: [Sarcastically referring to Sharpe's obvious attraction to Martine Phillips] Only I was wondering if it was your moody enigmatic personality with its scintilating wit that she fancied or whether it was something more basic like sex.
D.S. Sharpe: It's sex, I hope.
Frost: Oh, well, we all live in hope.
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Frost, the Catholic Church, and a Serial Killer
1 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sometimes this series crossed over into a kind of gallows humor. Poor George Tooren is nearly killed in a fall. He has been taunted by Frost to work to get a serial "jumper" off a ledge. George takes and unnecessary risk and almost dies. Frost has some guilt, but carries it around silently. Meanwhile, a woman is brutally stabbed and murdered and her daughter barely escapes with her life. This all leads to a priest who came on the scene and discovered the body, a former lover, a sister who doesn't tell the truth. There is also work with an attractive female profiler and the reappearance of "Razor" Sharpe. Of course, Frost gets into a tussle with this woman, who makes pronouncements about the case. He, of course, falls back on the "old fashioned" kind of police work. The problem is that once a profile accurately predicts more murders, action must be taken. And, again, the characters don't exactly come forth with the best details of their actions. Once the priest gets into the act, Mullett insists on handling things with kid gloves. This is an excellent episode of a fine series.

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