A man is found dead, stabbed to death with a knife. The shocking thing is that his face has been removed. After questioning his wife who described the marriage as happy also told that a ...
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A man is found dead, stabbed to death with a knife. The shocking thing is that his face has been removed. After questioning his wife who described the marriage as happy also told that a mysterious foreign man knocked on their door the day before the murder. Beck and his men are given the case.Written by
In the end, an important clue is the silence of the dog (Fiffi) in the night-time. Though no explicit reference to Sherlock Holmes is made, this must be a nod to The Adventure of Silver Blaze, a short story by Arthur Conan Doyle, in which the following famous exchange takes place: Gregory (Scotland Yard detective): "Is there any other point to which you would wish to draw my attention?" Holmes: "To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time." Gregory: "The dog did nothing in the night-time." Holmes: "That was the curious incident." See more »
I enjoyed this episode. It was suspenseful and interesting. However at the beginning it seemed that they were a little slow in getting the clues of the murder. But it improved in the second half. The Gunvard character is developing a lot into a more complex and interesting role. I also think the lady chief is much better than the boss they had in the first episodes.
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