Tony Hill assists the police in their investigation of a bizarre series of murders. In each case the victims - a property developer, a bishop, a judge - were brutally killed and the killers... See full summary »

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Tony Hill assists the police in their investigation of a bizarre series of murders. In each case the victims - a property developer, a bishop, a judge - were brutally killed and the killers then immediately committed suicide. Tony thinks there is a connection to the Freemasons, but then realizes that they are dealing with a religious sect that glorifies suicide. He knows from the profile that the head of the sect will be a white male and from the religious symbolism that he will have six disciples, but who are they and how will they find this needle in a haystack? Written by garykmcd

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Excellent Episode
21 October 2006 | by (West Chester, PA, USA) – See all my reviews

Tony Hill is the best non-American character created since Hellen Mirren's turn on her own long-running BBC series - the two can't compare, but the acting is both superb.

In this episode - the series of murders are tied to the FREEMASONS of the UK - cleverly executed are a series of murders that only connection is the Freemasons...and it's up to Tony's quick witted mind to put it all into perspective as only he can.

Mister Green is so perfect as Tony - you would want to work with him on an actual murder case

The use of rent-boys, murder, greed, lust, high ranking officials being corrupt to the core of their soul is brilliantly done - look for it on BBC America on Demand as the commercial version runs to 2 hours - it's much better paced without commercials...the natural flow of it all keeps your attention.


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