When a young woman is raped and murdered after being kidnapped from a nightclub, Tony Hill is convinced that Jason Eglee is responsible. Ten years previously Tony had got him to confess to the rape of Tracy Bradshaw in what was Tony's first case working for the police. Eglee was released on parole, against Tony's advice, only three weeks before the most recent crime. When a crusading journalist questions Tony's interrogation technique and pushes for Eglee's original conviction to be overturned, DNA testing proves the man is innocent. The evidence notwithstanding, Tony is convinced that Eglee is guilty but he fears his tumor may have gotten worse and is clouding his judgment.
Did You Know?
Which newspaper did the main journalist work for? All the headline stories were Bradfield Post yet when she was interviewed on the television she was identified as working for the Bradfield Chronicle. See more