Simon Bovey's play is set in London in 1860.
When three girls are found murdered, DI Burdett's only clue is a trace of ice found in the victims' throats.
The investigation leads him into very deep water.
When three girls are found murdered the only clue D.I.
Burdett has is a trace of ice found in the victims' throats - a clue that leads him into very deep water indeed.
Burdett is used to death; he's seen it all on the London streets of 1860.
But the murder of young women always shocks him.
His current case of three murdered girls is offering no leads and the coroner can't tell him a thing other than they had traces of ice in their mouths.
And ice, cut from the now frozen canals and stored in pits, is used by hundreds of businesses.
Simon Bovey's murder mystery is set in London in 1860.