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The Fortune of War 

Marlott and Pritty find themselves in the tunnels under Smithfield market, which run from the Fortune of War pub to St Bart's Hospital.


Benjamin Ross


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Bean ... John Marlott
Charlie Creed-Miles ... Pritty
Shaun Mason Shaun Mason ... Seth Bishop
Darren Kent ... Asa Bishop
Kate Dickie ... Mrs. Bishop
Richie Campbell ... Nightingale
Eloise Smyth ... Flora
Deirdre Mullins ... Agnes Marlott
Robbie Gee ... Billy Oates
Brian Milligan ... Lloris
Vanessa Kirby ... Lady Jemima Hervey
Elliot Cowan ... Sir Bentley Warburton
Ed Stoppard ... Lord Daniel Hervey
Stuart Graham ... Forrester
Ryan Sampson ... Boz


Marlott meets the Bishops gang and pretends that he wants to buy a young girl from them before returning home to find that Flora has miscarried and wants to stay with him. After asking Sir Daniel why Chester lied about his involvement with galvanism he baits his trap using Flora and manages to apprehend the Bishops and Billy to save the unconscious Flora. However Mrs Bishop denies that her gang kill children and Peel wants further evidence to prove that murderers do business with surgeons. Meanwhile journalist Boz writes a newspaper article about the case and Mary Shelley makes a disturbing discovery at Chester's work-shop. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The journalist character only refers to himself as "Boz". Boz was the pen name for Charles Dickens who worked as a journalist for The Morning Chronicle in real life. See more »

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The plot thickens...
16 September 2020 | by CalicodreaminSee all my reviews

The show is starting to heat up as more connections are made and the storyline develops. Great acting and cinematography.

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2 December 2015 (UK) See more »

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