Catherine reconciles with Clare but her superiors see her as unstable and offer medical retirement, which she rejects - accepting to see a therapist instead. Vicky's body is discovered but the murder of yet another prostitute allows John to suggest that both were the serial killer's victims. His marriage is on the rocks anyway. Catherine is shaken by the apparent suicide of one of Ilinka's slave-masters, whom she had tazered and arrested but has been released on bail. Ilinka thinks he has been silenced. Meanwhile, deceived by Royce's lies, vulnerable, besotted Frances Drummond plots to ruin Catherine's life.
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Mr Tekeli! I read your statement for that assault. I see we're still struggling with the 'I before E except after C concept'. And can you find someone with more time and patience than I have to explain to you the difference, when you spell "he threatened to break my arm" and "I applied the foot brake"? Thank you!