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Hain explains to Carol his own position fifteen years earlier and how he was dropped from the case - and even briefly in the frame - because he was a client of Sally, whom he loved. He used Cleo's,the massage parlour where Sally worked, to gain information from other working girls like Rachel and suspected another policeman, Oliver, of having shady dealings with Tony Phillips, the man behind Cleo's, though Oliver explained he was working under cover, to expose fraud. Hain was subsequently given early retirement, though he tells Carol that he has recently seen Whittaker, a man who wanted to photograph her when she was a child and was himself, for a while, a murder suspect. She decides to go under cover herself at the massage parlour.
Having run off on her wedding day, Carol Walsh goes to visit the now retired DI Douglas Hain intent on learning more about what happened to her mother Sally 15 years ago. She learns that Hain and Sally were in a relationship and that he had given her the red dress she was wearing when she was murdered. Hain's attempt at hiding evidence and his frequent arguments with Dr. Maitland leads to a formal police interview. He is not charged however and forced to retire. Carol decides that there is only one way to find out what happened and that is to go to the massage parlor where her mother worked and see what she can find.
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