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Sam is now not communicating at all, and Tom is just completely confused by the anonymous letter and worried by the lengths Metzler seems to be prepared to go. With more time on her hands, Nancy realizes she must help Tom, and they dig up more details that make the situation come into focus. Tom is shocked at the extent of the cover up that has gone on, and the result cuts to the heart of who Tom is and why his family was torn apart. Tom goes straight to the only man left standing – Metzler.
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Tom’s hometown was the site for a huge institution for the mentally disabled. Pretty much everyone who lived in the town was linked to the asylum, and Tom discovers Metzler was a doctor within the unit. Wanting to know more, Tom uses some of his contacts to trace Wendy, Sam’s old assistant. Wendy clearly knows more than she’s letting on. Tom gets a ray of hope when Sam talks about the people from a charity event as though he remembers them clearly, and Tom uses the opportunity to dig deeper.
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When he finds himself sacked from his job and dumped by his lover, Tom realizes he has no one left to turn to and does something he hasn’t thought about doing for 15 years – he heads home. Tom struggles to understand his father’s illness – physically normal and dominating, he is a man locked in a world of confused memories and immature actions. Needing a few hours away, when Sam is asleep one night, Tom heads out to the local pub. Flirting with Mandy, the bar maid, he gets up to his old tricks.
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Tom Ronstadt is a successful London journalist whose world has fallen apart. With his career and life in ruins, Tom flees London and returns to his hometown for the first time in 18 years to find his father Sam in the grip of Alzheimer's - a once formidable man and Tom's childhood hero, now being cared for by his younger sister Nancy.
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