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r. Hobson determines that Felix Garwood died as a result of blunt force trauma, the result of a frenzied attack. The instrument used to kill him - a telescope - has been wiped clean. DI Hathaway focuses on Rose Anderson's academic interest and learns that she found a major error in Simon Flaxmore's study of the lost play by Euripides. Flaxmore has an alibi for the time of Rose's murder and admits to having seen Felix the day he was killed but insists he was alive when he left him. They find that Flaxmore has been leading as double life but with several other suspects still in the mix, the solution isn't at all clear. A third death only adds to their confusion. The type of alcohol wipes use to clean up at Felix Garwood's murder is the vital clue to identifying the killer.

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