DCI Banks (2010–2016)
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To Burn in Every Drop of Blood: Part 2 

The post mortem into the daughter of crime boss Steve Richards reveals that her death isn't a simple suicide - could someone else have been involved? And if so, who?


Robert Quinn


Peter Robinson (characters), Nicholas Hicks-Beach




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Tompkinson ... DCI Alan Banks
Andrea Lowe ... DS Annie Cabbot
Caroline Catz ... DI Helen Morton
Jack Deam ... DC Ken Blackstone
Samuel Anderson ... DC Vince Grady
Shaun Dingwall ... Chief Supt Colin Anderson
Shaun Dooley ... Steve Richards
Maimie McCoy ... Tamsin Richards
Rosie Sheehy Rosie Sheehy ... Kat Richards
Ace Bhatti ... Malik Nadir
Edward MacLiam ... David Hornby
John Bowler ... Dr. Justin Wallace
Shereen Martin ... Jess McAllistair
Clare Calbraith ... Alice Finn
Freddie Watkins Freddie Watkins ... Kyle Finn


Kat is found dead after admitting to Horsley's murder but Banks is not convinced she died by her own hand though her former therapist, Kyle's mother Alice, claims that had lately been depressed. Richards himself uses violence to pursue his own enquiries with Nathan, Horsley's brother, surviving a hit -and-run attempt by Franklin. At the same time Helen discovers that Kat could not have murdered Horsley since, at the time of death, she was with Kyle - though it is Alice who provides Banks with the means to solve the case. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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7 September 2016 (UK) See more »

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More Parental Ugliness
14 January 2019 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

One ongoing theme in these DCI Banks episodes is really bad parenting. Once again, three children die. The first by her own hand and the other two murdered. There are also young people being manipulated or directed by evil parents. In this one, we are introduced to professionals who, had they stuck to their ethics, would have been happy themselves and kept a relationship with their kids. But then we wouldn't have a show. I'm sort of glad to see this end because there doesn't seem to be another level to go to.

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