SKELETON IN THE CLOSET
Daniel tries to stay ahead of the investigation that could ruin his career, on Harrow.
When a skeleton is uncovered in a backyard, it might turn out to be just the thing Dr. Daniel Harrow (Ioan Gruffudd) needs! The good doctor is desperately trying to buy time, as he reconciles his personal and professional lives – not to mention keeping his own skeleton rmly in its closet!
In upcoming episodes of Harrow, Daniel is on red alert, always looking over his shoulder to see when the past will nally close in. There’s new evidence surfacing that, once again, puts his professional integrity and his personal freedom at odds.
Why Daniel is tied up in the grim murder in the rst place is the question still hanging in the air, as he performs a balancing act. While expertly bringing the truth to light, in the cases that come across his desk, he is also feverishly manipulating all the facts of the river-bones case, to keep his association with it in the dark.
The gig may just be up, however, when Fairley (Darren Gilshenan) manages to extract even more details from the bones – a radius compression plate – and he’s certain this is the breakthrough in the case. On top of that, Dass (Mirrah Foulkes) comes closer to identifying more intricate details.
While his colleagues are revelling in the fact they are about to make a breakthrough, Daniel is terri ed one of the facts will lead to his involvement.
It’s a nail-biting, cat-and-mouse chase, as Harrow races to stay one step ahead.
Outwitting them, however, is not as easy as he thought. Dass’s excellent job skills have enthralled Daniel, and Fairley’s attention to detail is impressive, but it’s their very talents that are threatening to blow Daniel’s cover. Dass and Daniel’s chemistry is also intensifying the longer they spend time together, but he is just as aware that she’s the most likely person to uncover his secret.
Rule-breaker that he is, Daniel decides to go rogue and pursue his own investigation, which takes a new direction. But he’s confronted with a terrible choice – let the inquiry unfold, or abandon his professional integrity and permanently alter the course of the investigation to save his own skin? TVS