Now having sex with Julia David keeps from the police the fact that the dead sniper was his disgruntled ex-colleague Andy though the authorities question how Andy knew of the route Julia was taking. David also discovers that Julia is having clandestine meetings, including one with the mysterious Longcross. Her proposed anti-terrorism bill meanwhile leads to mass protests and another attempt to kill her.Written by
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Jed Mercurio does it again. Just when you think the series is going through the mid point lull, with a cosy, dialogue heavy episode, it literally blows up in your face. This one is a little slow to start, but when it opens up it becomes a powerful, gripping watch. The relationship between Her Majesty's Home Secretary and her trusted bodyguard becomes ever more twisted, and the writing is such that you have no clue as to whether Julia is doing good, or is totally corrupt. I still think Gina McKee is a dark horse.
I thought Killing Eve was the drama high point of the year, now I'm swaying towards this, hooked. 9/10
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