The body of a missing schoolgirl is found in a lake wrapped in rubble sacks and chains. An abused wife holds the key, with her husband a major suspect.



(based on "Inspector Lynley Mysteries"),


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kit Jackson ...
Patrick Middleton
Asst. Commissioner Evans
DC Ed Harvey
Barbara Wilshere ...
Anna Stevens
Joel Dommett ...
Josh Tyler
Robin Kermode ...
Tony Stevens
Kelly Stevens
David Earl ...
Tania Thompson
Guy Thompson


Inspector Lynley and Sgt. Havers investigate the death of teenager Sarah Middleton who had gone missing two weeks previously. She was found in a lake and had been dead for three or four days. She had also been sexually assaulted. When a second schoolgirl, Kelly Stevens, also goes missing the police fear they have a predator on their hands. The police focus on Guy Thompson had only recently beaten his wife, Tanya. Havers works on gaining the wife's trust while Lynley learns more about the husband's troubled background. As they continue the investigation, there is growing doubt as to just who is the most dangerous. Written by garykmcd

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18 November 2007 (UK)  »

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1.78 : 1
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A good send-off
14 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the last in the Inspector Lynley series, and I'm sad to see them go. However, the show goes out with a very strong episode.

Lynley and Havers investigate the murder of a teenage girl and the disappearance of another one, this girl a diabetic in need of insulin. Fairly early in the show, they think they have a line on their man -- but how to find where he has stashed the girl and how to get enough proof for warrants becomes difficult. Havers goes to work on the man's wife, a battered wife who won't leave her husband and won't be disloyal to him.

A really good episode, a little different from what the show did in the past, where clues to a murder are found in happenings from long ago. In "Know Thine Enemy," other questions beside that of the identity of the killer are involved and cause friction between Lynley and Havers.

I love Nathaniel Parker and Sharon Small in their roles and also together. They made a terrific team. I'm just sorry it ended.

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