An explosion at a Hotel where a Minister is staying is treated as an act of terrorism, suspected is a young Muslim woman, who's body was among the dead. Sam and team are on the case, but her mind is elsewhwere.
When you watch the newer episodes you get struck by the balance of humour and drama, there is zero humour in this episode, it is entirely bleak and very dark. The opening scenes of the hotel going up are sad enough, but what happens to Sam is horrific.
There are definite prejudices at play here, assumptions are made in several instances.
I particularly liked Deborah Findlay who plays Mary, is she really there as a friend of Sam's, or is she there for other motives?
Grim, but excellent, 8/10.
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