Two teenage boys in Scotland in 1994, best friends with no control over their lives, risk everything to attend an illegal rave, hoping for the best night of their boring lives.
Ex-jailbirds Eddie and Paul are on parole and working in a New York diner. Their lives are a dead end. That is, until English lawyer Katherine Rookwood walks into the diner with an offer they can’t refuse.
Three generations of women brought together following the death of Sarah Curachi, an acclaimed baker on the cusp of fame, who is tragically killed in a cycling accident on the eve of receiving the keys to her first solo bakery. Clarissa, her 18-year-old daughter, is an aspiring dancer and estranged from her Grandmother Mimi, Sarah’s Mother. Meanwhile Isabella, Sarah’s business partner, struggles to pay the rent on an empty space where the bakery was to be opened on Golborne Road, a cultural diverse area of Notting Hill.
Former Royal marine Commando and single mother Sam is brutally kidnapped on her way to the pharmacy. She wakes up disoriented in what seems to be a deserted military factory. Worried that she has left her baby alone at home, she hurries to find a way out, but all exits have been sealed. She soon realises that she is not alone. Someone or something is preying on her. Stalked and attacked by an invisible foe, she must use all her military skills and knowledge to survive this deadly game of cat and mouse.
A promising detective, Ryan Barnes, arrives home on his anniversary to find his wife’s been in a devastating car accident. Seven months later she’s still in a coma and Barnes, unable to accept her condition, throws himself into a manhunt for a serial killer targeting the elderly. As he desperately searches for the killer, Barnes’ doubts increase. Do the motives fit the killer he’s chasing?