Vera – 5 September 2021 – 5/9/2021 – Sunday – ITV

Series 11 Episode 2: Recovery

DCI Vera Stanhope (Brenda Blethyn) is called to the scene of a murdered support worker, Angela Konan (Karlina Grace-Paseda), found hidden among the bleak woodlands of Northumberland National Park. The location is so remote; was this an attack of opportunity or a carefully planned ambush? Noel Henderson (Cayyvan Coates) and Stanley Booth (Mark Benton), the two park rangers who reported the body appear oddly evasive when questioned if they knew the victim. Vera soon discovers Angela worked tirelessly for a women’s addiction recovery centre, yet her manager Darlene Houghton (Caroline Lee Johnson), and colleagues had no relationship with her outside the refuge.

Vera and her team must peel back the layers of their introverted victim to uncover her closely guarded secrets and surprising depths.

It appears an increasingly erratic Angela clashed with two clients in the week before she died, rashly evicting Aysiha Nassar (Ayten Manyare), while becoming ever-more personally involved in the life of Beth Draper (Sian Reese-Williams), a recovering addict desperate to reunite with her daughter, Maya (Mia McKenna-Bruce). Vera trains her keen, insightful mind on what was driving Angela to learn the truth about her tragic death.

About Vera

Detective Vera is obsessed with her work and fights her inner demons while solving cases with her trusted colleague Sergeant Joe.

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