Dublin Murders (2019– )
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Episode #1.2 

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Despite Rob's promise to Cassie that they won't investigate Operation Vestal, they make a dark bargain to keep the secret and carry on working on the cases.

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Saul Dibb

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Sarah Phelps, Tana French (based on novels "In the Woods" and "The Likeness" by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael D'Arcy Michael D'Arcy ... Adam Reilly
Roger Thomson ... Teacher
Killian Scott ... Rob Reilly
Sarah Greene ... Cassie Maddox / Lexie Mangan
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor ... Frank Mackey
Peter McDonald ... Jonathan Devlin
Amy Macken ... Katy Devlin / Jessica Devlin
Leah McNamara ... Rosalind Devlin
Ellie O'Halloran ... Jamie Rowan
Niall Jordan Niall Jordan ... Peter Savage
Daniel Brickenden Daniel Brickenden ... Young Jonathan
David Thomas David Thomas ... Young Cathal
Niall O'Brien ... Young Shane
Carolyn Bracken ... Sandra Sculley
Alexandra Moen ... Simone Cameron
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Despite Rob's promise to Cassie that they won't investigate Operation Vestal, they make a dark bargain to keep the secret and carry on working on the cases.

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Superintendent O'Kelly: To the Murder Gods, may they reveal their f*cking secrets.
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References Porky's Revenge (1985) See more »

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It continues in a strong way.
16 November 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Rob and Cassie stay in the case, despite vowing to pass it over.

I enjoyed the first episode, but I found some of the characters and relationships a little tricky to follow, this was a lot more cohesive, it was much more easy to follow.

Some reviews I've come across have said this is impossible to follow, I haven't found it so.

It is very, very sad, poor young Adam had a hideous childhood, it would have been no fun for an Irish boy in an English public school in the early 1980's. We're now getting Cassie's back story.

Falling into place, very enjoyable. 8/10


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