Emily Proctor is found stabbed in Hyde Park. The police learn that the 23-year-old was living her dream. She had obtained a first in law and was a pupil in the Chambers of well-known barrister Tony Wainwright. At age 13, Emily had first seen Wainwright in a television documentary about refugees and had always wanted to work with him. As Lynley and Havers look into her background, however, they are able to paint a more complex picture of the victim. She had recently reunited with her half-sister and was involved in the Internet sex industry. When the police learn that Wainwright's fiancée was killed a few days before his wedding 15 years earlier, the investigation takes a new direction. Written by
Did You Know?
DC Winston Nkata
West Carriage Drive, which runs through the park, stays open until midnight.
Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers
Ah, that would give us a few hundred potential witnesses.
Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley
Or a few hundred potential suspects.