- Summaries (2)
Keel offers Natalie a job in exchange for naming the mole but she refuses whilst Aidan,whom Keel and Deacon Crane suspect of being the traitor,finds the link between Natalie's boss Ballard and the name Hour-glass which he used as a spy. Sam shadows Jack Carter and his accomplice Lewis Conroy and sees Turner kill Vincent Cage,an economics professor threatening to go to the police rather than help him criminally secure the money for his bid. Though suspected by Turner Sam dates Conroy and finds that Turner was planning to use a group called Kismet, who make sabotage look like natural accidents,to help him acquire the dam. Ian continues to gain Ryder's confidence running his drugs scam and agrees to plant an explosives device at the Aldwych - informing Byzantium who will test Aidan by making him disable it. Whilst Aidan rushes to the Aldwych Sam is attacked by the blank-faced assassin who killed Goebel.
Sam follows Jack Turner and venture capitalist Lewis Conroy to a meeting at a nearby university. The man they meet is Vincent Cage one of Conroy's former economics professors and it's apparent they need his help, presumably to obtain the £30 million he needs for the dam bid. When he flatly refuses and threatens to go to the police, Turner bashes his head in. Deacon is convinced that Aidan is the mole and proposes to Keel that they set a trap for him. Keel confronts Nathalie Thorpe about MI-6's mole in Byzantium but she denied any such person exists. Ian is still working on finding the brief case when he sees it in plain sight in Dave Ryder's office. Aidan learns that Hourglass is an MI-6 case file. He and Sam also learn just how Jack Towers has managed to build his fortune. In flashbacks, we learn how Sam's mother died.
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