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"Apple Tree Yard" is an adaptation of Louise Doughty's best-selling novel of the same name. Written by Amanda Coe, the four-part psychological thriller stars Emily Watson in the lead role as Yvonne Carmichael, a brilliant, capable and confident geneticist. She is married with two grown children and appears to have everything -- a career, a home and a loving family. However, when she meets the charming and mysterious Mark Costley, she finds herself making choices that could cost her everything that she values.

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The murder trial continues, with Costley's defense resting on evidence of an underlying personality disorder; the case seems to lie in tatters after the prosecution barrister rips Costley's theory apart.
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Yvonne's life is turned upside down yet again when she is arrested for the murder of George Selway.
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In the aftermath of the attack, a devastated Yvonne shuts down and turns to her former lover for advice.
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It appears Doctor Yvonne Carmichael has it all, however, nothing is ever as it seems. Yvonne receives an unanticipated proposition from a mysterious stranger and he awakens a shocking passion inside her.

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