Miss Tracey speaks to Mark and makes it very clear, she knows all. Having gone to the hotel, Diana has no other choice but to speak to the Police, recounting Thelma's phone call with Geoffrey. Inspector Clay starts getting closer to the truth, showing Mark Geoffrey's notebook, which contains details of financial transactions and the letter T, which is assumed to mean Tracey. Diana sets up a meeting with Miss Tracey. Meanwhile Thelma contradicts Diana's account of the phone call, saying it was Diana that he spoke to. When Diana visits the shop she discovers Thelma, dead. Things not always as they seen she turns up at Diana's house during an interview with Inspector Clay.
Part three perhaps suffers with mid series fatigue, it's slow to start off with and repetitive, but quickly picks up pace, and becomes even more intriguing.
Thelma and Walter come into the story a bit more, becoming interesting characters, the ending completely threw me off course, at this stage I'm still not convinced who's guilty, but my money is on Thelma.
The story continues to get deeper and more complex, you're led on multiple twists and turns, this is enjoyable. 7/10
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