With another member of the 1996 group dead and the others receiving threatening notes, Boyd and the team begin to learn exactly what happened. The men had gone camping and high on drugs, spent time in an Indian sweat lodge intent on facing their greatest fears. The trip had been organized by Victor Coleridge who had served in Somalia with the American army but chose to start a new life for himself in his native Britain. An incident in Somalia may be behind his actions but Boyd has to admit that not all of the evidence fits. He also gets a phone call from his son Luke. Written by
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I didn't want a generation to grow up makin' the same mistakes that I did.
Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd
To pick up a gun to prove your manhood.