Louise Montgomery features in Traces, a suspense-filled crime thriller based on an original idea by best-selling crime writer Val McDermid, written by Amelia Bullmore and set in the world of forensic science in Dundee, Scotland.
The star-studded, award-winning cast include Molly Windsor, Laura Fraser, Jennifer Spence, with Martin Compston, Laurie Brett, Vincent Regan, Michael Nardone and John Gordan Sinclair.
When Emma Hedges (Molly Windsor) returns to Dundee to start her new job as a lab technician, she’s encouraged to take part in an online course teaching the principles of forensic science. Given a fictitious murder case, her task is to identify the victim and establish how they died. But having completed the first module, Emma knows exactly who the victim is: her own mum! Marie Monroe (Carly Anderson) was murdered when Emma was seven, her body discovered on Law Hill and no-one has ever been convicted. But why are Sarah Gordon (Laura Fraser), professor of chemistry, and Kathy Torrance (Jennifer Spence), professor of forensic anthropology, using her mother’s case for their course?
Traces starts on the Alibi channel on Friday 13 December. For more info click here
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