The brother of a woman who was murdered by her husband in a staged car accident has praised actress Sheridan Smith for her portrayal of his sister in a TV drama.
Malcolm Webster was jailed for a minimum of 30 years for killing Claire Morris in a planned crash in Aberdeenshire in 1994 and attempting to kill Felicity Drumm in New Zealand in 1999 to claim insurance money.
The story has been made into an ITV drama called The Widower with Reece Shearsmith playing Webster and Sheridan playing Ms Morris.
Her brother Peter Morris, who advised on the production of the three-part series, has praised the performance of the cast.
He told the Mail on Sunday: "Sheridan captured Claire completely. I miss that camaraderie of a sibling and I thank Sheridan for giving that back to me for a while.
"I feel as though if I want to see Claire again all I have to do is switch on this drama. At one stage off-set Sheridan hooked her arm through mine, and I told her it was exactly how Claire did it."
Former nurse Webster, from Guildford, Surrey, was handed the life sentence after being convicted of the crimes in May 2011 following a five-month trial, the longest murder trial against a single accused in Scottish legal history.
Sentencing him, Lord Bannatyne condemned his ''cold-blooded, brutal and callous'' crimes, driven by an insatiable appetite for money and which formed part of a fraudulent plot to pocket almost £1 million in insurance payouts.
Webster claimed the death of Ms Morris was a tragic accident which happened when he swerved to avoid a motorcyclist.
The jury heard the killer drugged her before driving the car they were in off an Aberdeenshire road and starting a fire while she lay unconscious inside.
He fraudulently claimed more than £200,000 from insurance policies following her death, later spending it on a Range Rover car, a yacht and on seducing a string of women.
In 1999 he tried to murder Ms Drumm in a copycat car crash in New Zealand in an attempt to claim more than £750,000 of insurance money.
Police started investigating Webster's past when one of Ms Drumm's sisters contacted British police in June 2006 to report her suspicions about him.
After the investigation into Ms Morris's death was reopened in 2008, forensic tests on a tissue sample from her liver revealed she had been given a sedative before the crash.
Mr Morris added: "Like everyone else Webster duped me. He is a callous murderer.
"I don't know if he is watching The Widower, but what I do know is that the drama is telling the truth of the terrible death my sister suffered."