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This thriller follows the return of a politician's young son who was presumed dead after disappearing over a decade earlier. As the mysterious young man is welcomed back into his family, suspicions emerge—is he really who he says he is?
Ten years after disappearing, a politician's son suddenly returns, sending repercussions rippling through their family and the community.
Adam and Hank both grapple with their newfound freedom; and, after meeting Adam, Hank wrestles with a dark secret he's kept for more than 10 years. Danny, meanwhile, inadvertently shares his doubts about Adam's identity with a reporter; Nina leads a team of detectives into the woods to find the area where Adam was held by a "pock-marked man"; and Claire asks Willa to persuade John to participate in her campaign.
An FBI agent joins the investigation; Adam returns to the bunker in an attempt to jog his memory; Willa questions Claire's motives; Nina investigates the 911 call that led the police to Hank's house; Hank tries to get his life back on track; and, in the past, John's hesitancy to provide an alibi for missing time negatively impacts his relationship with Claire.
Meyer and Clements hunt a child kidnapper whose MO is similar to Adam's abductor; and Bridey arouses Willa's suspicions while seeking information on Adam. In the past, Claire pushes Hank to share more about Adam's kidnapping and makes a painful discovery about John.
When Hank is badly beaten, he names a member of the Warren family as the prime suspect. Bridey receives the results of the paternity test she ran on Adam, and the answer is shocking and definitive. The pock-marked man begins to send post cards from around the country to Adam, giving Nina and Agent Clements a real shot at catching him. In the past, we see how John's grief led to his affair with Nina.
Nina and Clements design a plan to lure the pock-marked man, Doug, using Adam as bait. However, things go awry when Adam spots Doug in the mall. He becomes sick and is taken to the hospital while the police continue their pursuit of Doug. After the doctor reviews Adam's medical history, he drops a bombshell on an unsuspecting Claire. In flashbacks, we return to the night when Adam was kidnapped, retracing all the near misses where Doug crossed paths with the Warrens and the police.
In dramatic flashbacks we find out about Adam's return to Red Pines, which plays out against the emotional backdrop of Willa's long-held secrets and lies. We get a glimpse of what Adam went through in captivity and Hank's desperate state of mind while incarcerated. John drops a major bombshell on Claire, and she ultimately struggles with an agonizing decision about the future of her family.
Claire wrestles with the emotional ramifications of Willa's scheming. Meanwhile, Nina observes that Adam disappears every night from his home and sets out to track down his mysterious destination, while Clements investigates Jane's connection to Doug, the pock-marked man. When the Governor's wife threatens to reveal Claire's drinking, Willa handles the situation by exposing another Warren family secret, potentially changing the outcome of the election. Finally, Hank makes a shocking discovery that reveals his true involvement in Adam's kidnapping.
Detective Nina Meyer searches for clues about Adam's history as she watches his therapy sessions, while a guilty Claire attempts to keep a furtive eye on Ben after Hank's dressing-down. The family prepares to support Claire at the gubernatorial debate, as Hank's guest leads him to find proof of who really kidnapped Adam. Meanwhile, Detective Meyer worries about her missing partner, Agent Clements, and Ben gets a visit from someone from his tortured past.
In an ironic twist, Hank believes he has key evidence to help Nina solve Adam's case, and, more importantly, make himself a hero. Willa's suspicions about Ben intensify when she makes a shocking discovery about what really happened to Adam. Meanwhile, Jane turns to an unlikely source for help when she goes into labor and Doug is nowhere to be found. Bridey betrays Willa in an effort to grab the "front page" for her story, and Nina gets a shocking visit.
Willa reveals a terrible secret to Claire right as the Gubernatorial election results are announced. Back in the cellar, Agent Clements tries to convince Jane to set him free, resorting to desperate measures. Ben shares some shocking news with Willa, who is now determined to get him out of the family. Meanwhile, Bridey ponders whether to use all the information she has on the Warren family in order to make the front page with her story and discovers a missing piece of the puzzle to guarantee her success. Nina is determined to get a confession from Doug, while, in flashbacks, we see how Hank went from beloved co-worker to social pariah.
Claire finally realizes what Adam and Ben endured when she visits the hell hole-like tomb where they were kept, exploding with grief, anger and frustration. Meanwhile Jane looks to make a getaway as Nina closes in on Doug's location, and Agent Clements' time is running out. Hank comes face to face with his inner demons, and one phone call shatters Ben's world, forcing him to tackle an uncertain destiny.
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