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The young woman had been in the loft for quite a while… dead. Discovered by two new tenants Michael and his heavily pregnant partner Vidya, it turns out that the heavily decomposed body belongs to a previous resident, Melissa, who hasn’t been seen in more than two years and hasn’t even been reported missing. DI Len Harper, in the process of retiring but not yet ready to let go, decides to follow up on a case that is already half-buried by his police colleagues.
As he looks deeper into Melissa’s story, he begins to open doors in the shared flats that have long remained closed hiding secrets any of which could lead to a killer. Partners in business and love, Elaine and Peggy, shared a turbulent relationship with the young girl. The divorced news editor Kieron and his damaged son Adam, what do they know and how much will they reveal? And the aging teacher who has lived in the house for fifteen years; apparently he lives alone, but appearances can be deceptive. Who we are behind closed doors is at the heart of a riveting murder mystery that grips until the darkest truths are revealed.
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The series did sell me more than one dummy as I'd have nicked several more wrong suspects before being investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission....
I watched each episode on consecutive nights on the DVD and was so hooked that I didn't know whether I wanted to watch the final episode or not, as it meant the end of the story. Unfortunately, as someone else has said, the very end descended literally into overkill, and I sat open-mouthed as the final credits rolled, wondering if a different writer had penned the final fifteen minutes. It made sense, just about, but stretched the suspension of my disbelief to its limit. All the same, for most of the time it was an outstanding piece of drama, and I'd love to see more like it, but with a better ending.
Harper seems to empathise with the emotionally neglected Melissa and the loneliness she had to endure which he fears for his own future. The threat of being alone along with control are strong features of this four-parter where couples prefer to be together whatever the circumstances even in this hell-house. The ending is dramatic and controversial, mostly out of context with previous happenings. Also, the killer could have been a non-resident who could have entered the house as it was mostly empty during the day and doors locked. The body must have given off some malodourous smell and Melissa had no mail, not even junk, through the letter box to arouse suspicion. With subsequent events, these would have not been in anyone's interest and the writer, correctly, keeps matters on one site. Just a few thoughts). Nevertheless, this is a captivating, entertaining and thrilling murder mystery.
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The ending of this is just daft, spoilt what could have been a really good yarn.Published 13 months ago by erica's mum