In the second episode of Molly Hooper Investigates, Molly and Sally put their heads together to solve a riddle left by Sally’s former chess tutor and formative friend, Eileen, a gifted player who had to be home-schooled because of heart problems and who regarded Sally as her little chess protege until Sally decided to go become a crimefighter instead. While Sally is convinced there is no foul play involved, the appearance of chess pieces from their childhood games at Eileen’s living room where they used to play together convinced Sally that her friend had a few things left unsaid and one final game to play together.
In which there is a treasure hunt across London, lots of legwork and a (sappy) tribute to friendship.
your blue suitcase is empty
(what’s your wait?)
Time and Relative Dimension in Space
i need your help.
You opened it?
Magnussen is like a shark. It’s the only way I can describe him. Have you ever been to the shark tank at the London Aquarium? Stood up close to the glass. Those floating flat faces, those dead eyes. That’s what he is.