Count Zero wrote:
I think that Thomas might find out about Bates' involvement in Green's death in some way and try to use it to his advantage. Then again, maybe the twist is that everyone just assumes Bates did it while he was really just doing something in York. It's odd they didn't show any of it.
Well it was clearly hoping for a suspenseful ending, but as a lot of people have pointed out online, travelling to London, orchestrating and carrying out the perfect crime and making it back to York in one day by modern car would be tricky, let alone 1920s rail. I really hope it doesn't turn out that he did it, because it really does make little to no plausible sense.