Daniel tries to stay ahead of the in­ves­ti­ga­tion that could ruin his ca­reer, on Har­row.

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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

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