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"The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher" is based on Kate Summerscale's account of a Victorian murder case that shocked the whole country. It is read by Deborah Findlay and abridged by Doreen Estall. Detective Inspector Jack Whicher finds himself traveling to a remote country house where he investigates the murder of a young child. He soon manages to discover a web of lies and concealment amid the family living there, which he thinks vindicates the police's chief suspect in the murder case. The show returned in 2013 and saw the detective attempting to solve more crimes.
Drama series based on the life and times of the real-life Victorian detective. Whicher is drawn into a high stakes case when he receives a visit from a former Home Secretary, Sir Edward Shore. Sir Edward tells Whicher that his son Charles has recently arrived back in England from India, leaving some unpleasantness behind. He will not be drawn on the precise nature but admits that his son has been followed from the sub continent by a man called Asim Jabour. Sir Edward is reluctant to go to the police, worried what any ensuing scandal might do to his reputation. Whicher's investigations lead him to a young Indian governess, Miss Khan, who remembers Jabour from her ship and recalls that he was travelling with another young Indian man, possibly his brother. Then Asim Jabour's body is pulled from the Thames and it becomes clear that he has been murdered. What follows is a tale of love betrayed, children abducted, revenge and abandonment.
Hired by wealthy West Country landowner Sir Henry Coverley, private inquiry agent Jack Whicher takes on a divorce case in which he follows Sir Henry's young wife as she meets her lover for a romantic assignation in London. When one of the key witnesses mysteriously fails to attend the divorce court, an apparently simple case of adultery spirals into something darker, leading Whicher into the heart of the English countryside and to the uncovering of the most disturbing and destructive of secrets.
Alexandra Roach(Constance Kent)
Donald Sumpter(Peter Edlin QC)
Ben Crompton(William Nutt)
Peter Capaldi(Samuel Kent)
Jay Simpson(George Redman)
Tom Georgeson(Superintendent Foley)
Emma Fielding(Mary Kent)
William Beck(Dolly Williamson)
Ben Miles(Dr. Stapleton)
Tim Pigott-Smith(Commissioner Mayne)
Kate O'Flynn(Elizabeth Gough)
Paddy Considine(Detective Whicher)
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