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Despite the warning phone call telling him to get out the insurance company claim the explosion was caused by a gas leak. Venn gets his investigator Frank Hanna to break into Gina's ... See full summary »

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Harry Venn
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Gina Hawkes
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Sir Nigel Fountain
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Elspeth Verney
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James Morpeth
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Alexander Wentworth
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Frank Hanna
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Visits Officer
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Tall French Man
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General Sir Adrian Henderson
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DI Fenton Russell
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Paul Hillman
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Jason Styles
Laura Hughes ...
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Gate Officer
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Despite the warning phone call telling him to get out the insurance company claim the explosion was caused by a gas leak. Venn gets his investigator Frank Hanna to break into Gina's doctor's office and find out more about her from her files but heavies led by Jason Styles,who knew Venn's brother,chase him away. Venn seeks out barrister Sir Nigel Fountain,who says that Gina is his daughter and an espouser of lost causes. Whilst Stevie is murdered in prison Venn and his ex-wife Lauren learn their teenage son Michael has been arrested for drug-dealing. Eventually Venn tracks Gina down in Paris,where she has stumbled upon the corpse of newly released prisoner Tannzir,who was convicted of the random murder of Jennifer Moscati. Venn and Gina are threatened by Hillman,who is shot dead by a mysterious saviour. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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13 October 2011 (UK)  »

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