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Kiss of Death

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Gritty one-off crime drama from creator of Waking the Dead, Barbara Machin , told from the perspectives of multiple protagonists, including a ruthless killer, an alcoholic forensic scientist and a detective under suspicion for murder.
Producer Jane Steventon ; Director Paul Unwin
Signed at 2am Cream of the cops: page 57

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara MacHin
Producer: Jane Steventon
Director: Paul Unwin
Kay Rousseau: Louise Lombard
Matt Costello: Danny Dyer
George Austen: Lyndsey Marshal
Clive Morrell: Shaun Parkes
Jude Whiley: Lenora Crichlow
Michael Bovery: Brian McCardie
Miles Trueman: Ace Bhatti
Jane Doe: Caroline O'Hara
John Doe: Neil McDermott
Arresting officer: Leona Walker
Delivery man: Perry Benson
Journalists: Richard Sutton
Journalists: Adam Ewan
Journalists: Stephen Perrinq

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