When a mobster agrees to testify against his crime boss, it appears the boss's reign is over. But the informant retreats to the seaside where he is promptly killed. Lynley and Havers go to the shore (and share a caravan in a holiday park) to see if they can pick up the trail of the killer and begin to suspect the motive wasn't as originally thought -- the dead man actually grew up in the area and has many people in his past who might have wanted him dead. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <email@example.com>
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Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley
[Entering morgue and hearing rock music being played
It's hardly appropriate music, is it?
[Referring to the corpse
Well, it's not for him; it's for me.
Rock around the Clock
Written by Mack C. Freedman and James E. Myers
Sung by Bill Haley and the Comets
Recording heard at seaside pub See more