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A close-knit community is devastated after a seemingly happy family living in the neighborhood dies in a house fire.

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As the villagers try to rebuild their lives, they have to learn to be honest with themselves and each other.
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Armed with new evidence, the case looks cut and dried, but a new revelation raises doubts; the emotional effects of the fire take their toll on those closest to the tragedy.
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The residents of Kirkdarroch come out in force for the funerals of the girls and Kate; Jess meets an old friend of Kate's and is deeply shocked by what she discovers.
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A house fire devastates a close-knit community when a seemingly happy family die in the blaze; as further investigation reveals something sinister, the villagers must pick through the ashes to discover the answers.

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