Using intonation for facts and questions: http://bbc.in/1AuHSkU
Inspector Stone has left no stone unturned in his investigation and it looks like he may have solved the crime. But has he really? Will the questions get in the way of the facts and what is the connection with the horse?
Find out in the final part of our detective drama: "Inspector Stone and The Case of the Missing Ring".
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