Finn Hushton is harbouring two terrible secrets: his involvement in the drowning death of his cousin, and a night of drunken love with his best friend's mother, Charlotte, whom he finds dead in a bathtub of blood. Guilt forces Finn to act on impulse and hide his involvement with Charlotte. Detective Matthews William knows Finn is hiding something. But as the investigation progresses, William's attention are focused on some other suspects. What was the reason for Charlotte's bloody death and the mysterious turns it takes to find the real sinner? Is it better that some secrets are left buried?