This time, Frieda Klein owed Walter Levin, and she decided to help solve the case of Hannah Docherty, a young lady who has been admitted into a psychiatric hospital at a prison, charged with the murder of her entire family. But she’s innocent.
In the scene, it seemed like the murdered woman in the bedroom was Hannah’s mother as she wore her clothes. But then, the police found another body in a forest that apparently was Hannah’s mother. The murder scene in the bedroom seemed staged which made Frieda suspicious of what had actually happened.
The ending was kind of heart breaking. I kept thinking of why someone would cover what her husband had done without thinking about that innocent child who got all the blames. Perpetrators seem to almost always find themselves do the right things, with a purpose.