A husband and daughter find it hard to deal with their grief after the body of wife and mother Anaan Kamel is discovered washed up by an underground river. Marcus Leyton, a former employee of Anaan and Raheel's law chambers becomes the main suspect.
DCI Banks is based on the successful detective novel written by crime writer Peter Robinson. The series stars Stephen Tompkinson in the title role.
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