Just finished this up today, really enjoyed it. Not on my all-time great list, but at the upper end of the B-tier if that makes any sense. The one thing I'm a little torn about is the show's overall pace. On the one hand, it's impressive how they manage to cram what in other shows would be multiple seasons worth of story-lines and content into just ten episodes. It definitely adds a layer of excitements knowing nothing is a given from episode to episode. On the other hand, I honestly wouldn't have minded a few more instances of the cops just doing their thing. The fruitcake episode really sums up the pros of both approaches. The early surprise was great, but I also enjoyed just seeing the detective work unfold. The only other minor complaint I have is with Eva's character, namely:
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How the murder of Molly became sort of a none issue by the end of the series. It certainly colored and added a layer of tension to her dealings with Annie and the wife, but she seems so composed and even-keeled towards the end that she almost comes off as bi-polar. To be fair the writers may have decided to hold back SOMETHING for Season 2, but it just seemed like a thread that wasn't so much dangling as basically forgotten.
Regardless, entertaining show and I'm gonna have to see if there's some way I can catch the BBC episodes as they drop, because this one is good enough to follow week to week.