Claire and Andrew learn that Anna was one of the victims as were Paul's wife and children. Whilst Claire cannot bear to see her daughter in the morgue Paul, consumed with guilt over his affair, goes ...
As the news breaks that fifteen people have died in the shootings David drives to Southcliffe, telling colleague Anthony the town holds bad memories for him. In the days before the violence broke out...
David Whitehead, an international television reporter, returns to his home town of Southcliffe in the wake of a major tragedy. Reclusive handy-man Stephen Morton, known as the Commander and carer to ...
The murder of a female GP in a rural playground in front of numerous witnesses draws a group of detectives into an ever-darkening mystery that takes them across Europe, aided by mysterious notes sent by the "Ghost Detective".
This is the first time I have seen anyone brave enough to point the finger at the community. 'Oddballs' are often as much the product of the community as they are self determination. There are always people in small towns who are picked on and abused, stripped of the self confidence to leave the situation, unable to withstand the status quo. That spree killings don't happen more often I find miraculous. Some people have nothing to lose, society has taken it all away. This is an excellent piece of drama, finely acted, brave enough to remove the focus away from the perpetrator for the majority of the 4 episodes. The really SHOULD have seen it coming.
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