Presents keep arriving at Denton Police station from Frost's new secret admirer, though their identity turns out to be ironic, rather than adoring. He is up for promotion but Mullet seems to be more enthusiastic on his behalf and he even walks out of an interview panel because duty calls - a very sad duty, in fact. Bobby Palmer has gone missing whilst at a football match with his father, and there seems no doubt that the corpse discovered in a shed is his. The body of a second, malnourished boy, is also found dumped but this at least allows Frost to save a third lad from a grasping family. The fact that Anton Caldwell, a known paedophile, has been released from another area, and is living unsupervised in a local hostel fills him with rage, causing him to berate the psychiatrist who can only point out to him the failings of the system. Caldwell is not only a seedy little man but an extremely provocative one who taunts the police, saying that he 'loves' children and that it is quite all...
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Did You Know?
Denton FC football ground is in fact the real football ground of Halifax FC . It was used for two different episodes of "A Touch Of Frost". The other episode was filmed there in 1994. The football ground is nicknamed The Shay & is in West Yorkshire. See more
Insp. Jack Frost
I think if anything has happened to that little boy, we should cast off any pretence of civilization and bring back the death penalty.