Vera's investigation into the murder of an ex-Met officer turns out to be far more complicated than initially imagined.

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Jon Morrison ...
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Lisa Strachan
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Paul Clayton ...
Hotel Manager
Michael Cronin ...
Grandad
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Sam Harper
Jill Halfpenny ...
Maggie Warnock
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Ross Strachan
Riley Jones ...
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Reece McMurray
Billy Kirkwood ...
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Agnes Lennox
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A man is stabbed to death outside a pub, his identity initially unknown though his unregistered car contains six thousand pounds in the boot. He was John Warnock, a former policeman recently returned home from London and working at Finches, a local brewery owned by Sam Hooper, boyfriend of John's sister Maggie, on whose farm John was staying. John was something of a ladies' man and married old flame Lisa Strachan was planning to elope with him. Her husband Ross, a violent man who had previously been arrested by John, is charged with assaulting him but was stealing lead from a church roof at the time of the murder and has an alibi. Vera learns that John had been hired to spy on Finches on behalf of a national firm anxious for a take-over but had been fired when no adverse evidence could be found and this was not the source of the six grand. It becomes apparent that John was blackmailing somebody, who eventually killed him but Vera finds that she has more than one suspect to choose from. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Best episode so far
15 September 2014 | by (Oslo, Norway) – See all my reviews

I have seen all episodes up to this point, and with mixed impressions. However, they have all been a 6 or above on a 10-scale. And this last episode transcends all others. Who is John, and why was he killed? Not an unusual starting point for a crime-episode on television. The reason this Vera episode is apart from most others, is the emotional dept. Vera's somewhat slow and basic albeit intuitive technique, eventually backed by physical evidence by the laconic pathologist or sheer admittance by killer, is for once well paralleled by the depth of the tragedy of the family concerned. Cunningham is alway good, and here better than ever as the man with multiple-layered secrets, and Stuckey as his daughter emits emotional depth well aligned with the tragedy unfolded.


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