The second episode is titled "In the Guise of Death" and will be shown on March 23, from 20:00 - 21:30 (GMT) on BBC One. Starring: Nathaniel Parker, Sharon Small, Stella Gonet, Adrian Bower, Gabrielle Drake, Doug Allen. Havers is spending her compensation money learning akido at a retreat in Cornwall. Lynley is also in Cornwall visiting his mother, when a horse trainer who lives on a neighbouring estate is found hanged in his stable. It seems like suicide but when Lynley discovers a connection to a local smuggling racket he becomes suspicious.
Number three is The Seed of Cunning (March 31, from 20:00 til 21:30 (GMT) on BBC One). Starring: Nathaniel Parker, Sharon Small, Roger Allam, John Standing, Clive Merrison, Richard Henders. Lynley and Havers investigate the murder of a doorkeeper at the House of Lords. When a Clerk at the House is also killed events seem to point to a conspiracy involving stolen documents. Havers traces the documents - a test report on a missile system - but they soon realise that she and Lynley are being followed.
The last episode is: The Word of God (April 7, from 20:00 til 21:30 GMT). Starring: Nathaniel Parker, Sharon Small, Mark Benton, Jane Lapotaire. Lynley and Havers are called to Smithfield's market where the body of a man has been found frozen on a meat truck. It appears that the victim was an illegal immigrant but was it an accidental death or did he fall foul of the traffickers who brought him into the country?
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