Wire in the Blood (2002– )
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Right to Silence 

Newly promoted to Detective Chief Inspector, Carol investigates a murder which seems to bear the hallmark of gang boss Gavin Cochran. However, Cochran is behind bars for murder and could ... See full summary »

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Carol Jordan
Stephen Hawksby ...
Security Guard (as Steven Hawksby)
Andrew Frame ...
Charlie Davis
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Gavin Cochran
David Whitaker ...
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Tony Hill
Sally Edwards ...
Kate Lloyd
Mark Penfold ...
Dr. Vernon
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Paula McIntyre
Mark Letheren ...
Kevin Geoffries
Alan Stocks ...
Don Merrick
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Geoffrey Markham
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John Brandon
Nicholas Tizzard ...
George Cochran
Stuart Goodwin ...
Denny Abrams
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Newly promoted to Detective Chief Inspector, Carol investigates a murder which seems to bear the hallmark of gang boss Gavin Cochran. However, Cochran is behind bars for murder and could not have done it. Carol asks Tony to work out any links between the two slayings, leading to the arrest of Cochran's brother George. But there is a fight during which George ends up in a coma. Gavin is released from prison for a compassionate visit, during which another killing takes place, allowing Tony to test his theory and trap the murderer. Written by don @ minifie-1

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