A petty crook is found dead in the same lake that has been frequented by four old fishing buddies.

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DCI Janine Lewis
Ian Kelsey ...
DI Richard Mayne
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DS Butchers
Nicholas Murchie ...
DS Shap
Rhea Bailey ...
DC Goddard
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Paul Cochran
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Gavin Busby
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Barr
Ciaran Griffiths ...
Kevin Robertson
Julie Brown ...
Linda Day
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Pete Lewis
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Michael Lewis (as Geoff Breton)
Ceallach Spellman ...
Tom Lewis
Eden Garrity ...
Ellie Lewis
Rosanna Brett ...
Charlotte Lewis
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The body of a petty crook is found murdered in the same lake used by four old fishing buddies on their trips. Janine believes there is a connection between the anglers and the homicide. Meanwhile, her son's male babysitter tries to help him deal with the bullying he's getting at school. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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The bully always has to pay his debts
15 June 2008 | by (Olliergues, France) – See all my reviews

This episode is all about bullying. The DCI's younger son gets bullied at school. The male nanny, by the accent an au pair foreign probably European young man, takes over at one point and makes the child break his promise to be satisfied with an apology and take some good old punching back payment from the two bullies. The police case is just that twenty years later. A band of students have a fishing club and one is weaker, so he is victimized by the others till he decides to take his vengeance, instead of leaving the group at the time of the bullying (quite a weak point about this plot: why in the world did he stick to that group?) and he becomes a serial killer who is one-minded and determined. The case can only be a deep psychological profiling investigation, unluckily our DCI is not too much of a profiler so the case is kind of messy and they save the last bully of the fishing group by the scruff of the neck of a lucky strike. But that's the end of the third series. They will take some laborious and active vacation and review their profiling manual for next year.

Dr Jacques COULARDEAU, University Paris Dauphine, University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne & University Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines


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