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The Greyhound, Aldbury, Herts, UK – Inspector Morse, Absolute Conviction (1992)
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member bill&ben
N 51° 48.180 W 000° 36.117
30U E 665337 N 5741847
Quick Description: Morse and Lewis stop at The Greyhound in Aldbury for a drink and to talk over the case.
Location: Eastern England, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 5/23/2012 10:16:40 AM
Waymark Code: WMEFQ2
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Doug Mathieson
Views: 1

Long Description:
In this episode Morse investigates three convicted fraudsters. One of them, Lawrence Cryer, dies in prison. At first sight he dies of a heart attack, but it later proves that he was murdered. The other two fraudsters, Alex Bailey and Brian Thornton, are in the same prison and come under suspicion.

The trio claim to be penniless, but Morse thinks they have a secret account somewhere. Further, he suspects that the three have each got one third of the access code for the bank account where their money is hidden. Morse believes that Cryer was killed for the information. A second fraudster dies of heart failure in prison and Morse then pursues the visitors the men have had whilst incarcerated. One of the men has a financial advisor outside who Morse goes to interview.

A breakthrough occurs when the chemical used to induce the heart attacks is analysed and Morse realises that there is an inmate in the prison, Charlie Bennett, that used to be a chemistry teacher. The teacher was wrongly convicted of murdering his wife. Bennett is due for release and has been on day release. On one of his day releases Bennett murders the financial adviser, who he believes murdered his wife. Bennett had recognised the advisor when he visited the fraudster. The murders of the fraudsters was just a cover.

Morse and Lewis discuss the case over a pint at The Greyhound at Aldbury.
Movie or TV Show: Inspector Morse - Absolute Conviction

Year Released or First Aired: 1,992.00

IMDB Link: [Web Link]

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