A modern day psychological thriller that will enthral audiences with its fascinatingly dark story, full of tension and twists it will keep the audience on the very edge of their seats until the very end.

In a last desperate attempt to resurrect his career in the CID, soon-to-retire Detective Inspector Frost revisits the scene of his greatest failure: the village of Waverton. Twelve years earlier, in the depths of a bitter winter, a baby boy was kidnapped and possibly murdered. For all Frost's efforts, no trace was ever found of child or kidnapper. With a new piece of evidence he returns but is not welcomed and is met with a wall of silence by the village, particularly on the eve of a wedding between lord of the manor Cresswell's nephew and the kidnapped boy's sister, Sarah Fulton. However, luckier - or perhaps wiser - than before, Frost finds ways to start unravelling the silence with the aid of local reporter Bob, old, confused Dr Merton and his old flame Peggy, now unhappily married to pub landlord Sam.