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The thing that wor­ries me most about Lucy’s mur­der is that the killer won’t be re­vealed for an­other year. What does that tell us about Wal­ford’s de­tec­tives? Prob­a­bly the same as it told us about them when Stacey slipped un­der their radar af­ter Archie’s death. More re­cently, poor old Alice was wrongly banged up for killing Michael, and let’s not for­get Ja­nine got away with bump­ing off Barry. So I’m not op­ti­mistic. On Tues­day Lauren tries to get the busi­ness back on track, while Lucy will doubt­less be show­ing people around the ‘many man­sions’ the Bi­ble prom­ises in God’s ‘house’. Lauren fol­lows up an email sent in by a client on the day Lucy was killed, but who’ll she find when she meets him in a cafe on Thurs­day (above right)? (cue Psy­cho shower mu­sic.) Af­ter the mys­tery emailer is re­vealed, will Lauren find her­self in hot wa­ter on Fri­day (cue more shower mu­sic?) And, in her truth­seek­ing ef­forts, will she un­wit­tingly put her­self in dan­ger? Max’s ge­netic re­sults come back on Tues­day (don’t tell me – he’s gin­ger), and So­nia re­veals to Tina that she hasn’t ac­tu­ally told Martin about the gene sit­u­a­tion. Carol is up­set on Fri­day be­cause she thinks David is try­ing to avoid her, and he tries to make amends by buy­ing a take­away. Who said ro­mance was dead? Alas, en route he bumps into Nikki, who tries to kiss him. Will he re­spond? And who’s watch­ing in the shad­ows?

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