Author Ruth Rendell ratchets up the suspense like no other writer, while exploring the peculiar human compulsions that lead to crime. Set 3 features five tales based on some of her most popular and acclaimed works. Strong stories, faithful scripts, and exquisite performances prove why this hit series deserves a prime spot in any mystery fan's collection. The mysteries on this set include: "Going Wrong (1998) -- As wild teenagers, Guy (Battlestar Galactica's James Callis) and Leonora (Josephine Butler) pledged perpetual love. Now, Guy intends to hold her to that promise -- one way or the other. "You Can't Be Too Careful" (1998) -- A security-obsessed woman (Serena Evans) takes on a new flatmate (Jane Hazlegrove) who doesn't share her safety concerns. "The Fallen Curtain" (1999) -- Teen Richard Clayton (Ben Brazier) remains haunted by a few unaccounted-for hours when he went missing as a boy. "The Lake of Darkness" (1999) -- Martin Urban (Jerome Flynn) can't believe his luck: winning the lottery and then finding the beautiful, mysterious Francesca (Sadie Frost). But luck eventually takes a turn. "Harm Done" (2000) -- With the release of a convicted pedophile riling up the working-class neighborhood, Inspectors Wexford (George Baker) and Burden (Christopher Ravenscroft) investigate the apparent abductions of a wealthy couple's toddler and several teenage girls.