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A Stronger Loving World 

Reid must act quickly to prevent a religious war in Whitechapel when a series of arson attacks on churches and synagogues occurs in the district, all of which seems to be linked to Drake's wife, Bella, and a figure from her past.

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Det. Sgt. Bennet Drake
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Rose Erskine
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Sgt. Donald Artherton
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Fred Best
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Bella Drake
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Det. Const. Albert Flight
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Jemima Swann
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Samuel Gaddis
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Maggie
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Philip
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A church is fire-bombed and Jews are blamed, leading to an attack on a synagogue though Reid suspects that one person is trying to create a religious war. At the same time Drake's wife Bella vanishes, reappearing with Gabriel Cain, apparently her recently deceased uncle whilst prostitute Rose leaves Susan's brothel and is befriended by a sect living in a squat. Reid discovers that Cain is not Bella's uncle but the self-appointed head of the suicidal cult who have adopted Rose and he must stop them from further atrocities as well as rescuing Bennet from their clutches. Written by don @ minifie-1

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uncle | rose | synagogue | cult | church | See All (34) »

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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The episode title "A Stronger Loving World," is spoken by Gabriel Cain (Paul Kaye). "And you shall enter it on wings of light and know at last that you have come home to a world stronger and more loving than any you could dream." See more »

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The bricks from the burned church are pavers, and would never be used in wall construction. They are about only half as tall as building bricks. See more »

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Isaac Bloom: Oh, I am rational, inspector. And I hear every day men such as yourself, who would have us believe our journey to truth will set us free. But man has no more desire for truth than a dung beetle. Like any animal, he desires meat and sex. And like any animal who feels himself caged by what he is, he will yearn for anything that lies beyond the bars. Dee called it magic. You call it progress.
Detective Inspector Edmund Reid: You are a cynic.
Isaac Bloom: I am a scientist. The only thing as irrational as faith in God is faith in Man.
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