Where we come from can change everything. When a baby is snatched, its famous parents keep the tragedy secret, but this doesn't prevent Joyce Capelli from searching for her child, attracting trouble at every turn. An anymous writer claims to kw everything, but it will cost Joyce more than she realises. When a shot is fired all she finds is an open window, and a room of photographs. In the modern day, Rebecca Houseman finds herself widowed, suffering persistent dreams, and threatened. What she doesn't kw is why. When the unconventional DCI Allen reveals that her husband's death - from what she thought was natural causes - was in fact murder, she wonders what he was trying to tell her in his final breath. A stranger is watching the Houseman family; an unsettling familiarity that could change everything. As the attempts grow increasingly deadly, an inspector strives to solve the case, but can he crack the mystery before the assassin finds Rebecca? Meanwhile, in the 1960s, Joyce's delight at finding her baby is tragically short lived. What could link Rebecca Houseman and the young dancer's missing baby all those years ago?