Dublin Murders available now on DVD and streaming

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BBC One drama Dublin Murders is now available to purchase on DVD and streaming.

The psychological crime thriller is adapted from Dublin’s leading crime novelist Tana French by Sarah Phelps

Eight part series The Dublin Murders is drawn from Tana French’s first two novels In The Woods and The Likeness, delivering a dark psychological mystery with a tap root that drops deep down into Ireland’s past, foreshadows the future and brings insight to its present.

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Dublin Murders is currently airing Monday and Tuesday nights at 9PM.

Licence fee payers can catch up on episodes for a month after they air online for free via BBC iPlayer.

A synopsis of the series reads: “This series, set during the height of the Celtic Tiger financial boom of the millennium, will focus on two murder investigations led by ambitious and charismatic Detectives Rob Reilly and Cassie Maddox.

“The victims – a young talented ballerina who is found dead on an ancient stone altar; and a vivacious free-spirited woman, who is found stabbed in a roofless famine cottage – are seemingly unrelated, but as we will discover, are actually knitted together by powerful shared themes – the macabre ‘red in tooth and claw’ elements of both stories, and their heart-thumping psychological thriller qualities.”

Killian Scott (Strike) and Sarah Greene (Penny Dreadful) lead the cast as detectives Rob Reilly and Cassie Maddox.

Tom Vaughan-Lawlor plays Detective Frank Mackey, with Moe Dunford as Sam O’Neill, Sam Keeley as Daniel March, Antonio Aakeel as Raphael “Rafe” Hyland, Charlie Kelly as Justin Mannering, Vanessa Emme as Abigail “Abby” Stone, Leah McNamara as Rosalind Devlin, Ian Kenny as Phelan and Eugene O’Hare as Quigley.

Completing the main cast are Jonny Holden as Damien Donnelly, Conleth Hill as O’Kelly, Peter McDonald as Jonathan Devlin, Kathy Monahan as Margaret Devlin, Ericka Roe as Alannah Shorey, and Amy Macken as Katy Devlin.