It has been 23 years since Aoife Cusack last attended confession. Guilt has prevented her from atoning herself for an incident that led to the death of six people. Now she desperately wants to remedy that. Liam Sullivan also dwells on the events of that day. Recently released from prison, Liam, Aoife’s ex-boyfriend and leader of an IRA cell, has written a bestselling autobiography detailing his role in the Windsor bombing of 1981. But his profiteering has reopened old scars for the community and violence soon results. Delving into one of the most complex cases of his career, Superintendent Gregory Summers finds himself asking important questions about justice, revenge and redemption.