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Episode #5.5 

The discovery of Nikki's body intensifies the search for Zezi. Perez feels that time is running out. A desperate Olivia tries to get information from Jamie Hayes.

Director:

Isabelle Sieb

Writers:

Ann Cleeves (characters), James Hall (story consultant) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Therese Bradley Therese Bradley ... Andrea Doyle
Douglas Henshall ... DI Jimmy Perez
Alison O'Donnell ... Alison McIntosh
Steven Robertson ... Sandy Wilson
Lewis Howden Lewis Howden ... Billy McCabe
Titana Muthui Titana Muthui ... Zezi Ugara
John Kazek John Kazek ... Paul Kiernan
Frances Mayli McCann Frances Mayli McCann ... Niki
Emma Mullen Emma Mullen ... Rosie
Mark Bonnar ... Duncan Hunter
Natali McCleary Natali McCleary ... Denise
Meghan Tyler Meghan Tyler ... Mags
Robin Laing ... Gavin Laird
Derek Riddell ... Chris Brooks
Rakie Ayola ... Olivia Lennox
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The discovery of Nikki's body intensifies the search for Zezi. Perez feels that time is running out. A desperate Olivia tries to get information from Jamie Hayes.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 March 2019 (UK) See more »

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tension building up
19 March 2019 | by francespenSee all my reviews

You have to admire Zezi, she never gives up, she's one strong young woman. I do have a feeling who is behind it, but I may be blinded by the fact the last time the actor played an unassuming character he turned out to be the chief bad guy so I'm not saying anything more We are being led to believe it is Alice but I can't see that she looks after abused women and Perez didn't give anything significant away to her. It is sometimes someone who is on the periphery of the action who turns out to be the bad 'un.


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