The apparent suicide of a DJ causes Nikki to question her judgement on a strikingly similar case from her past. Nikki soon thinks that the killings are personal and her paranoia increases after she discovers evidence that an intruder has been entering her home.
Nikki finds herself becoming the number one suspect after a former colleague is murdered, and as she attempts to clear her name, she soon believes that someone is attempting to frame her.
The murder of a well-known anti-fundamentalist Muslim sees the Lyell team wondering who would kill this peaceful but outspoken man.
Thomas needs to try and put his personal feelings aside as the team attempt to find Begovic before she and her extremist compatriots strike out again. It soon becomes obvious that Begovic isn’t working alone and could not have been the one who shot Ryman.
After a former convict is discovered brutally murdered in his home, suspicion immediately falls on a recently released killer.
After the team find out that Paul was involved in an infamous murder case 15 years ago, Nikki, Thomas and Jack take a look at the file.
The accidental shooting of a Polish teenager during the middle of an armed police operation sees the start of a series of murders, which link Turkish gangsters, a grieving family and a firearms unit.
Jack is in charge of the hunt for suspected killer Bruno, the brother of the polish teenager shot by the police unit.
The team are called in to investigate the murder of a family, who were shot whilst enjoying a picnic by a river. After the investigation turns to the victim’s estranged husband, it is revealed that the couple were in the middle of a divorce.
DCI Butcher gets a step closer to charging the estranged husband of the family killed at the river as Jack and Nikki work with DS Guillam in his quest for the truth.