After Kevin dies in a car crash Harry is surprised to see Joel keeping a vigil by Charlie's hospital bed. Whilst denying murder Joel professes that he loved Gemma was shocked that she was ... See full summary »

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After Kevin dies in a car crash Harry is surprised to see Joel keeping a vigil by Charlie's hospital bed. Whilst denying murder Joel professes that he loved Gemma was shocked that she was sleeping with Charlie. Stuart's initial alibi breaks down when CCTV footage shows Kevin, not him, at the hotel in question but he admits to an affair with Mrs Barron. The murderer is eventually exposed after a shocking betrayal is revealed, leading to an horrific reaction. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Domestic bliss? of course not.
5 November 2015 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Stuart's brother Kevin has died after a motorbike accident, the list of suspects is now falling faster then the victims. The Police investigate Joel's room and begin a search for him. Leo and Gill become even more flirtatious. Harry finds Joel, at Charlie's bed side, he's picked up by the Police. Stuart is arrested for murder, his Nottingham alibi is discredited by Stacey, Kevin's girlfriend, it's Kevin in Nottingham. Stuart is given a fresh alibi. With Gill's friendship comes her expertise, and equipment, they are able to create a 3D image of the murder weapon.

Really enjoyable episode, more engaging then the first part, expertly acted, once again I especially liked Neil Maskell. I think he's underrated.

I liked the fact with this episode that you are kept in the dark until very late on who the murderer is, there's lots of suspense, and it truly is a surprise who the killer is. Unlikely in so many ways, but logical. The ending is so sad to watch.

Very enjoyable, how domestic bliss can turn into one of shock and terror. Well realised. 9/10


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