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Unforgotten series four review – the coldest of cold cases

Nicola Walker’s Cassie and Sanjeev Bhaskar’s Sunny team up once again, but even these seasoned professionals have their work cut out when a headless,

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Nicola Walker’s Cassie and Sanjeev Bhaskar’s Sunny team up once again, but even these seasoned professionals have their work cut out when a headless, decades-old corpse is discovered

A corpse has been found in a junkyard in Haringey, north London, headless and handless, but otherwise preserved like a Siberian mammoth. It has spent years in a freezer in a cellar. Those archaeologists of modern life, house clearance contractors, humped the freezer from cellar to tip when the occupier became an ex-occupier. Welcome to the coldest of cold cases.

Have you ever tried to identify a dead man from a Millwall FC tattoo? Me neither. But that’s the least important question facing DI Sunny Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar) as the fourth series of ITV’s crime saga Unforgotten begins. Who stashes a corpse where frozen peas should go? Whose body is it? Where’s the head? In Charlton Athletic’s otherwise functionally useless trophy cabinet? It’s too early to rule out the possibility.

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