As the curtain falls on her debut as Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, Helena notices her husband hasn’t arrived for her performance. Hurrying to her dressing room, she finds a Garda waiting for her with the horrific news her husband and son are in hospital. But she is too late; they are both dead when she arrives at the hospital. Their Toyota, in which they were travelling, is a write-off. Events lead to even more terrifying news, the ‘accident’ wasn’t an accident.
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