The Loch 1x2
The Loch A human heart is discovered on the shores of the Loch, and forensic psychologist Blake Albrighton is brought in to join the investigating team.
He quickly forms a disturbing theory about the motive behind the seemingly inexplicable murders,
but Chief Inspector Frank Smilie is quick to dismiss his ideas.
However, if the new arrival is correct,
the once peaceful Highland community could be set to endure far more deaths, as a serial killer prowls the area.
In a community nourished and sustained by myth and bordered by untamed nature,
the search for a serial killer becomes a matter of life and death for local detective Annie Redford who is trying to cope with her first murder case.
When the body of local man Niall Swift is found at the foot of Carn Mohr Mountain and an isolated human heart on the loch shore,
the town’s normality is shattered and the nightmare begins.
the beautiful scenery, undulating Highlands and vast expansive loch becomes a character in it’s own right adding a haunting depth to the community’s plight.
Somewhere there is a programme planner who desperately wishes they had commissioned ” Broadchurch ” and has been looking for something similar ever since.
And so we get ” The Loch ” – but with political correctness thrown in. In fact, not so much political correctness but anti-male feminism a la Sally Wainwright.
Consider – Ms. Wainwright wrote ” Happy Valley ” which ticked all the left-wing aren’t men bastards and aren’t we sisters wonderful boxes.
” The Loch ” follows in the same tone – the main cops are female,
the local constable is a young, gormless, comic-relief- type and needless to say, he is a white male. The senior local cop, a DCI, is a white male,