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All the Lost Children 

Having escaped the clutches of Billy Oates, Flora throws herself on Marlott's mercy. As the investigation continues, Marlott travels to Kentish Town to interrogate Mary Shelley.

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Benjamin Ross

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Benjamin Ross (creator), Benjamin Ross | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Samuel West ... Sir William Chester
Sean Bean ... John Marlott
Eloise Smyth ... Flora
Ryan Sampson ... Boz
Elliot Cowan ... Sir Bentley Warburton
Richie Campbell ... Nightingale
Paul Clayton Paul Clayton ... Confectioner
Anna Maxwell Martin ... Mary Shelley
Walter McCabe Walter McCabe ... Percy Florence Shelley
Deirdre Mullins ... Agnes Marlott
Sarah Wilson Sarah Wilson ... Draper
Vanessa Kirby ... Lady Jemima Hervey
Brian Milligan ... Lloris
Niall Cusack Niall Cusack ... Priest
Andrew Havill ... Pastor
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Storyline

Marlott reads Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' with its reference to stitched up corpses being revived by galvanization but she is unable to help his investigation. He also learns that Flora is pregnant and places her in a charitable hospital run by Sir Daniel Harvey, a disillusioned former medic, a critic of Chester and brother of the religious Lady Jemima. Pritty is apprehended trying to leave London and agrees to lead Marlott to the murderers through a dark tunnel. Written by don @ minifie-1

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25 November 2015 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

When Marlott (Sean Bean) visits Boz, he tells him that he "fought against Napoleon at Waterloo." Sean Bean played Richard Sharpe, a British soldier in a series of movies based on the books of Bernard Cornwell, who fought against Naplolean's forces. See more »

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When John Marlott brings Flora to Daniel Hervey, Daniel refers to the location as a hospice. Hospice was not founded until mid to late 1960's; well over a hundred years after this was having took place. See more »

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