Haunted Road, The [15md]

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Police camera operator Leslie Burden assists a colleague in the hunt for a missing woman.

"Nothing goes away in this world any more. Nothing gets lost. If you don't want a record of it, then don't do it."

When police camera operator Leslie Burden receives a call from a colleague concerning the disappearance of a young Polish woman, he uses his surveillance expertise to help track sightings of the missing woman, unaware he is being drawn into a web of murder and revenge even he doesn't see coming.

With David Caves (Silent Witness) and Niamh McGrady (The Fall, Holby City).

Eoin McNamee won the Imison Award for his debut radio drama, 'The Road Wife', which he followed with 'No Trampy Immigrants', an episode of From Fact to Fiction: 'Heroes', and most recently 'North of Riga'. A novelist and screenwriter, Eoin's novels include 'Resurrection Man' (which he adapted for film), 'The Blue Tango', 'The Ultras', '12:23' and 'Orchid Blue'. He also writes thrillers under the pseudonym John Creed.

Writer - Eoin McNamee

Producer - Heather Larmour.

0220150303

Burden and Lisa discover a tantalising image of Klara at her local church.

"Nothing goes away in this world any more. Nothing gets lost. If you don't want a record of it, then don't do it."

When police camera operator Leslie Burden receives a call from a colleague concerning the disappearance of a young Polish woman, he uses his surveillance expertise to help track sightings of the missing woman, unaware he is being drawn into a web of murder and revenge even he doesn't see coming.

With David Caves (Silent Witness) and Niamh McGrady (The Fall, Holby City).

Eoin McNamee won the Imison Award for his debut radio drama, 'The Road Wife', which he followed with 'No Trampy Immigrants', an episode of From Fact to Fiction: 'Heroes', and most recently 'North of Riga'. A novelist and screenwriter, Eoin's novels include 'Resurrection Man' (which he adapted for film), 'The Blue Tango', 'The Ultras', '12:23' and 'Orchid Blue'. He also writes thrillers under the pseudonym John Creed.

Writer - Eoin McNamee

Producer - Heather Larmour.

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As a body is discovered, Burden tracks Klara's movements to her college.

"Nothing goes away in this world any more. Nothing gets lost. If you don't want a record of it, then don't do it."

When police camera operator Leslie Burden receives a call from a colleague concerning the disappearance of a young Polish woman, he uses his surveillance expertise to help track sightings of the missing woman, unaware he is being drawn into a web of murder and revenge even he doesn't see coming.

With David Caves (Silent Witness) and Niamh McGrady (The Fall, Holby City).

Eoin McNamee won the Imison Award for his debut radio drama, 'The Road Wife', which he followed with 'No Trampy Immigrants', an episode of From Fact to Fiction: 'Heroes', and most recently 'North of Riga'. A novelist and screenwriter, Eoin's novels include 'Resurrection Man' (which he adapted for film), 'The Blue Tango', 'The Ultras', '12:23' and 'Orchid Blue'. He also writes thrillers under the pseudonym John Creed.

Writer - Eoin McNamee

Producer - Heather Larmour.

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Burden and Lisa's past and present intertwine as the pair grow closer.

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Burden and Lisa's past and present intertwine as the pair grow closer.

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0420150305

"Nothing goes away in this world any more. Nothing gets lost. If you don't want a record of it, then don't do it."

When police camera operator Leslie Burden receives a call from a colleague concerning the disappearance of a young Polish woman, he uses his surveillance expertise to help track sightings of the missing woman, unaware he is being drawn into a web of murder and revenge even he doesn't see coming.

With David Caves (Silent Witness) and Niamh McGrady (The Fall, Holby City).

Eoin McNamee won the Imison Award for his debut radio drama, 'The Road Wife', which he followed with 'No Trampy Immigrants', an episode of From Fact to Fiction: 'Heroes', and most recently 'North of Riga'. A novelist and screenwriter, Eoin's novels include 'Resurrection Man' (which he adapted for film), 'The Blue Tango', 'The Ultras', '12:23' and 'Orchid Blue'. He also writes thrillers under the pseudonym John Creed.

Writer - Eoin McNamee

Producer - Heather Larmour.

0420150305

"Nothing goes away in this world any more. Nothing gets lost. If you don't want a record of it, then don't do it."

When police camera operator Leslie Burden receives a call from a colleague concerning the disappearance of a young Polish woman, he uses his surveillance expertise to help track sightings of the missing woman, unaware he is being drawn into a web of murder and revenge even he doesn't see coming.

With David Caves (Silent Witness) and Niamh McGrady (The Fall, Holby City).

Eoin McNamee won the Imison Award for his debut radio drama, 'The Road Wife', which he followed with 'No Trampy Immigrants', an episode of From Fact to Fiction: 'Heroes', and most recently 'North of Riga'. A novelist and screenwriter, Eoin's novels include 'Resurrection Man' (which he adapted for film), 'The Blue Tango', 'The Ultras', '12:23' and 'Orchid Blue'. He also writes thrillers under the pseudonym John Creed.

Writer - Eoin McNamee

Producer - Heather Larmour.