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The Mail on Sunday - Event - - THE TV PAGES -

There’s a dev­il­ish dose of un­cer­tainty at the heart of this grip­ping new thriller that is cun­ningly de­signed to keep you watch­ing right un­til the end of the four parts show­ing over con­sec­u­tive nights.

David (Lee In­gleby) has been in jail for seven years for the mur­der of his wife, Tara, un­til he’s freed by an ap­peal court, and emerges vow­ing both to hold the po­lice to ac­count for the in­jus­tice he’s suf­fered and to en­sure that the real killer is found. But nei­ther the in­ves­ti­gat­ing po­lice of­fi­cer nor Tara’s sis­ter Alice (Hermione Nor­ris, above with In­gleby) – who has been rais­ing David’s chil­dren as if they were her own since he was jailed – have any doubts over the orig­i­nal con­vic­tion.

You’ll be scratch­ing your head won­der­ing who to be­lieve, par­tic­u­larly thanks to a mas­ter­fully hard to read per­for­mance by In­gleby. Watch care­fully and you’ll spot some telling clues that might just pro­vide the cru­cial an­swers.

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