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A severed hand is sent to the police station and investigations link it to the murders of several women around the country,all of whom had used the Crescent Moon dating agency. After Alex has unsuccessfully carried out an experiment in speed dating, Shaz,disillusioned with her job and seeking a challenge,goes undercover to trap the killer. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Alex Drake: [Hunt is beating a suspect] Is this strictly necessary?
Gene Hunt: No, but it's bloody good fun!
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25 September 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The plot of 'Ashes to Ashes' thickens in the second episode of the third series, that focuses on the character of Shaz heavily, as she debates whether she is cut out for a life on the force.

With this being the final series you'd think things would start to get wrapped up, but if anything there are more questions being asked than answered. What's the relevance of the stars? Was that 'Life on Mars' being played in the background at the end? It's another great episode of the show, with great performances throughout, with Monserrat Lombard shining when given lots to do as Shaz.


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