TV Show (2007 - 2014)
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- Season 8 Episode 4: The Lions of Nemea - Part Two
Part two of two. The team's abilities are sorely tested as the investigation continues into the murders of American classics student Rose and her lover. As Maddox hunts for drug dealer Harrison Sax, Hathaway is convinced the key to cracking the case lies in the stars and, desperate for answers, finds himself turning to one of the chief suspects for guidance. Kevin Whately, Laurence Fox and Angela Griffin star in the detective drama
- Season 8 Episode 3: The Lions of Nemea - Part One
Part one of two. Hathaway appears to have got over his fear of Lewis treading over his newly promoted toes. Their opposites have attracted in the past, and there seems no reason to suspect that they won't now the younger man has got used to the idea of his former mentor coming out of retirement to lend him a hand. Even DS Maddox isn't getting on Hathaway's nerves quite as much, so this rejuvenated trio sets out to discover who murdered American classics student Rose Anderson, whose body has been hauled from the canal with neck and abdomen wounds. Nevertheless, a few red herrings threaten to get in their way of landing the killer. Kevin Whately, Laurence Fox and Angela Griffin star
- Season 8 Episode 2: Entry Wounds - Part Two
Part two of two. Most people, when they retire, look forward to having more time to themselves to enjoy all the things they never had time to do when they were working. But not Robbie Lewis. When this series returned for a new run last week, he was a man lost and, despite his attempts to build a wooden canoe, was feeling rudderless. So, he jumped at the chance to return to the police force, albeit in a temporary capacity. He and Hathaway are working together again, but with the younger man in charge of a case involving the murder of a neurosurgeon. Sadly, when this episode gets under way, Hathaway's theory about whodunit falls apart - his prime suspect is found murdered. But is he a big enough man to accept some advice from his former mentor?
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