A Cry for Justice Cast and Credits
|Inspector Thomas Lynley||Nathaniel Parker|
|Detective Constable Barbara Havers||Sharon Small|
|Jemma Sanderson||Jenny Agutter|
|Shelley Gibson||Abby Ford|
|Asst. Commissioner Hillier||Tim Frances|
|Marjorie Carter||Susan Gilmore|
|Nigel Sanderson||Terence Harvey|
|Morag McNicholl||Catherine McDonough|
|Nancy Brooks||Gabriellle Reidy|
|Daniel Morgan||Steven Webb|
|Based on the novel by||Elizabeth George|
|Screenplay||Ann-Marie di Mambro|
|Executive Producer||Sally Haynes|
|Line Producedr||Alison Gee|
|Original music||Robert Lockhart|
|Casting||Kate Rhodes James|
|Production Designer||Brian Sykes|
|Art Director||Matt Gant|
|Costume Designer||Marlene Lawlor|
|Make Up||Suzan Broad|
|Production Managers||Nicki Mousley|
|A Co-Production of BBC Worldwide and WGBH Boston.|
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