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Redemption 

Tony Hill and the police search for a serial killer who has resurfaced after five years time and targets children from abusive homes. DCI Jordan is in hospital after being mugged and hit by a car.

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Matthew Hadfield ... Corran Lyle
... DC Paula McIntyre
... DCI Carol Jordan
... Dr Tony Hill
Mark Penfold ... Dr Ashley Vernon
Ben Smith ... Mugger 1
Kristian Nincic ... Mugger 2
Michael Mawby ... Builder 1
Dodger Phillips ... Builder 2
... ACC Paul Eden
Mark Letheren ... DS Kevin Geoffries
... Mrs Lyle
Keiran Flynn ... Mr Lyle
Samuel Pinnington ... Liam Fletcher
John Draper ... Alex Fowles
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With DCI Carol Jordan in the hospital after being mugged and struck by a car, psychologist Tony Hill assists the police in cases of missing children. The profile in this case is odd. The children are being abducted and held for several days before being killed, but the children are not sexually molested. The children all come from either broken or abusive homes and it is apparent that the killer either knew them or had access to information about them. In all cases, the children were induced to run away. As they research the case, the police realize that these murders have a long history and involve many children. Written by garykmcd

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21 February 2005 (UK)  »

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