On an early autumn day like any other Miles Avery drives his wife, Jacqueline, to the train station.
Jacqueline gets out of the car, picks up her overnight bag, and turns towards the platforms.
This is the last anyone sees of her.
When Miles calls the police three weeks later, they find no evidence of Jacqueline boarding a train, or even entering the station.
Does Miles know more than he’s letting on? And could his missing wife somehow be linked to the tragic disappearance of their son years before?
As dark secrets from the past merge with those of the present, Miles must confront his biggest fears if he’s to uncover the truth.
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