Harriet is desperate to find answers and increasingly feeling like a pawn in a sinister game
Harriet is devastated by the murder of her ex-husband Kim but her anger continues to drive her relentless pursuit of the political conspiracy. Finding out the truth behind the gutted body by the lake, Sabine Hobbs’s horri c protest in Beijing and Defence Minister Mal Paxton’s connections to China remain Harriet’s focus.
Warnings to back off have come at Harriet (Anna Torv) from every angle, from Australian intelligence to the police and her colleagues. But a clue left just for her, pointing to something big, has kept this determined political reporter going. Now her trail has gone cold and she’s on thin ice at the newspaper, where she has been given her nal warning.
To keep her editor on side, Harriet needs a big story and thinks there might be something to the presence of Defence cars and intelligence officers in the Prime Minister’s courtyard. Harriet does whatever it takes to get the story, calling in favours and using multiple tactics. SECRET CITY