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Boyd and his team uncover the awful truth behind the walls of the psychiatric hospital, but their investigation provides an inmate with the opportunity to escape.
Boyd meets up with his old adversary Linda Cummings, a serial killer now incarcerated in a high-security psychiatric hospital. Linda wants Boyd to investigate two murders she claims the hospital staff have covered up.
The failed suicide of a woman called Gemma who has been raped 12 years ago when she was just a girl, by two men, causes Boyd and his team to re-open the investigation. But as the previous investigation went nowhere there aren't any leads left to start from.
After the shooting in the hospital, in which Stella is wounded, the involvement of the priest becomes clear. With the shooter killed there is no chance for interrogation, but his body provides a useful clue linking back to the cold case. In the meantime things become even more complicated when a women turns up who looks a lot like the one in the hospital.moreless
After a woman running naked along a country way is picked up there are two cases to solve. The first one is to find out how she got there, a complicated task because she suffers from memory loss. The second case goes back quite some years as her DNA was found in a strange cold case with two bodies and a sword.moreless
Eventually new forensic evidence leads Boyd and the team to one of the rapists of Gemma. Now the hunt is on for his partner, which becomes as race against time as Gemma might have own ideas on justice.
When Eve's new boyfriend Stefan is being vague about his past she puts her skills to use and uncovers something she rather wouldn't have. Unsure about the next step she turns to Boyd for advice, initially promising support. But once the facts become clearer Boyd and Eve want to follow a different path.moreless
Eve's trust in her boyfriend proves unfounded as he turns out to be worse than even Boyd expected. Fortunately she is able to escape from the location where she is being held, but Stefan isn't going to let her go that easily.