I enjoyed the first episode, I loved this one, something about this just had me absolutely engrossed.
We are Lisa's world rocked even more, and learn more about the victim's nearest and dearest, what are they hiding?
There really is a wealth of talent on offer here, and they are all performing, but Morven Christie genuinely steals the show here.
I was indifferent about Lisa in series one, now I feel sorry for her, I've grown to really like her as a character, and want her to succeed. Joe Absolom has made a very good impression as her estranged partner and father of her kids.
Lovely to see Wendy Kweh, I feel like I haven't seen much of her since The Bill, she's great.
I thought this was exceptional, 9/10.
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