By Pieter Aspe
In Brugge wordt met guy en macht gewerkt aan de opnames van een nieuwe politieserie. Alle drukte op de set krijgt plots een realistisch tintje als de wagen van de hoofdrolspeler in vlammen opgaat. In de car wordt een lijk gevonden dat met handboeien aan het stuur werd vastgeketend.Het spoor dat Van In volgt leidt naar Antwerpen, waar hij samen met Versavel en Hannelore op zoek gaat naar de identiteit van het slachtoffer en de dader.
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