‘You find me the truth. You give me back my son,’ pleads a grieving Mhari Toner to Annie Redford. After the events of last week, it looks like the murderer has revealed himself and taken his own life.
But of course there are more twists and turns to this mystery.
The murdered man at the bottom of the loch may not have his heart, but he does have a photo of Bea Whitehead – Jordan and Kieran’s mum – in his wallet. How are they connected?
And are we going to find out how the supposedly paralysed and comatose Jordan can open his eyes and go walkabout?
A satisfying end to a solid drama.