Master of illusion and lateral thinker Jonathan Creek is back in another spooky tale penned by David Renwick, and this time he is called upon by his friend and sceptic Joey to investigate a series of mysterious and spooky events at a house called Green Lanterns. They concern a young girl called Emily - new housekeeper to the famous mystery writer Hugo Dore and his wife, Harriet. But Emily's new role comes with a house that has its own fair share of history and mystery... When Harriet is seen falling from a window, Emily is arrested on suspicion of murder, though she swears she is innocent. Using his powers of deduction and belief that nothing is at it seems, Creek races against time to uncover a number of intriguing clues which lead him to the unbelievable truth and the revealing of one of the greatest acts of illusion he has encountered yet.
Master of illusion and lateral thinker Jonathan Creek is back in another spooky tale penned by David Renwick
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“Being a fan of the earlier series, I was delighted to see this Easter Special scheduled, but unfortunately, to me it was complete drivel. The plot was just shot through with so many holes, it all became a bit ridiculous at the end. I felt cheated out of what should have been a wonderful night's viewing.I am frankly a bit surprised that no-one at the BBC intercepted this silly script and sent it back to David Renwick with the message "Sorry, not good enough - try again"”
“weak, ludicrous storyline with more holes than my grandads vest. Not a patch on the clever and inventive earlier episodes ”
From: Donna Smith