In the race to stop a deadly attack, just pray she's not too late . . .
March, 1976. The height of The Troubles.
When detective constable Jane Tennison survives a deadly explosion, she finds herself in the middle of a media storm. Minutes before the blast, she caught sight of the bomber. Too traumatised to identify him, she is nevertheless a key witness.
As work continues round the clock to unmask the terrorists, the Metropolitan police are determined nothing will disrupt their annual Good Friday dinner. Hundreds of detectives will be present. Then Jane has a flashback. She knows she can identify the bomber, knows how very close to her the IRA is. Jane must convince her senior officers that her instincts are right before there's another bloodbath.