Martin is at the hospital watching over his son, Nikolaj, who has suddenly fallen ill. Saga goes there to update him on the case, and notices something isn't quite right at the hospital. The investigation intensifies as another poisoning is connected to Saga and Martin's case.
Political journalist Harriet Dunkley sees the gutted body of a young man washed up on the lakeshore she suspects a conspiracy and determines that, whatever the personal or professional cost, she must pursue a story that could overturn everything Australians believe about our government and our place in the world. Includes the first two episodes of the series.
In 1972, the Summer Olympics in Munich, which had been dubbed The Olympics of Peace and Joy, were off to a rousing start. Suddenly, without warning, an extremist Palestinian group known as Black September invaded the Olympic Village, massacring the Israeli Olympic team. While the Munich terror was seen and felt around the world, the intensely secret aftermath of the event has remained largely unknown.
Determined to become hunter rather than prey, Harriet convinces ASIO agent Charles Dancer to pursue her attacker and the murderer while she investigates how a Chinese assassin can operate in Australia with apparent impunity.