The final episodes of The Inspector Lynley Mysteries based on the bestselling novels of Elizabeth George, finds Lynley and Havers' friendship pushed to its limits. These final two episodes comprise the sixth and final series of the popular TV thriller, where class divisions are tested and overcome by the desperate and sometimes personal demands of detective work.
Limbo When the body of an abducted English boy in Italy is discovered fifteen years later, it seems, for the parents, that the past has finally been laid to rest. Lynley as a family friend had helped in the investigation. But when he begins an affair with the family's now grown-up daughter, and she is subsequently found murdered, Lynley finds himself on the wrong side of friendship, and the law. Lynley is convinced that Julia's death is somehow tied to her brother's abduction and death fifteen years ago. But how many friendships and family relationships must first unravel to prove it?
Know Thine Enemy The body of a missing school girl, Sarah Middleton, is discovered in a lake wrapped in rubble sacks and chains. She has been raped and the bruising on her hands suggests she may have been held prisoner. Meanwhile another school girl, Kelly Stevens, is reported missing by her mother. An abused wife may hold the key, with her controlling husband a major suspect. But somewhere a line has been crossed between abuser and abused - a line that Lynley and Havers will have to follow if they are to discover the truth and save the life of a kidnapped victim.