The dedicated Cold Case investigators return in the seventh season of this gripping, contemporary drama. They are faced with the challenge of four unsolved crimes which have lain dormant for years: the suspicious death of a war photographer in a car accident; a skull buried for 20 years in a church crypt which shakes the local Catholic community to its core; a double murder to which a woman confessed and served 25 years in prison, and a policewoman - was she the victim of a stalker, her estranged husband or the father of her unborn daughter?



Missing Persons (June 23)
Boyd and Sarah (the Mossad agent featured in Yahrzeit, Series 6) have become an item, but they are both deeply committed to their work and she returns to the USA. In London, nurse Lore Carson defends her daughter from a mugger on a railway platform. The Cold Case team discovers that Lore’s DNA matches that found on a crime scene in the 1990s, in which a body was found in a container having been tortured and then burnt. To the consternation of her husband, Lore decides to go back to her original home country, France, with their two daughters, as a result of the incident. But what is she running from? Boyd and the team soon identify Lore and all points of exit from the UK are sealed.

Sins (June 30)
Boyd and his Cold Case team investigate the mystery surrounding human remains found in an urban canal, which has links to the murder of a prison governor 15 years earlier. Meanwhile, Boyd searches for his son Luke, who has discharged himself from the homeless unit. Boyd tracks Luke’s mobile phone to a dilapidated building but there is no sign of him, only drug paraphernalia.

Skin (July 7)
The Cold Case squad receives an anonymous e-mail which leads them to a body buried in wasteground in East London in the popular award-winning drama series. The team discover that the remains are that of a right-wing, fascist political activist from the early 1990s. But when they do some digging into the man’s past, they discover the deceased was not who he claimed to be in fact he had a hidden agenda of his own.

Wounds (July 14)
Boyd and the team investigate a body found in an abandoned tunnel, originally built by road protestors. The burial has ritual elements. The murder is traced to a group of middle-aged men on a self-empowerment weekend, led by a self-appointed American guru. The body in the tunnel is identified as Chris Dearden, an air-conditioning salesman who went missing in 1996. Later Eve gives Boyd devastating news concerning his son Luke.

Pietå (July 21)
At the scene of a road accident, a DNA link is found that goes back to an horrific murder in the Bosnia/Serbia conflict, with which Eve had to deal when working on mass war graves. Boyd vows to track down the ring of war criminals, who are all now living and working in the UK. The case also takes the squad back to the cargo container yard, scene of the murder in Episode 1, and is linked to drugtrafficking.

Magdalene 26 (July 28)
A visibly distressed, unidentified woman is discovered fleeing from a car accident. Naked and disoriented, she is found by PC Katrina Howard, who takes her to hospital. Boyd takes on the case after tests reveal the mystery woman’s DNA is linked to a double murder in a Soho club in 1967.

Missing Persons (August 25)
Boyd and Sarah (the Mossad agent featured in Yahrzeit, Series 6) have become an item, but they are both deeply committed to their work and she returns to the USA. In London, nurse Lore Carson defends her daughter from a mugger on a railway platform. The Cold Case team discovers that Lore’s DNA matches that found on a crime scene in the 1990s, in which a body was found in a container having been tortured and then burnt. To the consternation of her husband, Lore decides to go back to her original home country, France, with their two daughters, as a result of the incident. But what is she running from? Boyd and the team soon identify Lore and all points of exit from the UK are sealed.


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