Is Karl Haas a hero or a traitor and thief? When he ends up in the morgue, it starts an explosive chain of events with Henry and Jo racing to track - not just a murderer - but to solve a decades old notorious art crime. Karl's son, Erik, who is an art dealer, inherited from his father priceless works of art stolen by the Nazi's during World War II. Meanwhile, Adam pays an unsuspecting Abe a furtive visit, and Henry's paternal instincts force a face-off with his nemesis. Flashbacks take Henry to 1814 where he is shocked to learn that his own father's shipping company was involved in illegal and immoral practices. Finally, Abe receives a priceless gift.
Did You Know?
Abe's WWII concentration camp tattoo number from Auschwitz is: 432289 and the location of the triangle indicates 1945. See more
The slave trade was abolished in the UK in 1807 so that what Henry's father was doing would not just have been repugnant but illegal. Slavery itself was sadly not abolished until 1833 with compensation paid by the British government to slave owners. See more
You're saying our suspect is an artiste?
Yeah, report says his name is Max Brenner. The only problem is, he's got a pretty good alibi
Max Brenner's been dead for 20 years
You know, you kind of take out the fun in these reveals
References Raiders of the Lost Ark
Love Hurt Bleed
Written by Gary Numan
Performed by Gary Numan See more