About The Shadows of Death
The emotional impact of a homicide resonates long after the crime is committed. This unbearable burden is often shouldered most heavily by those who did not pull the trigger, but nonetheless feel that they could have influenced the outcome. Here, their journey of guilt begins. For these loved ones, regret slowly consumes them until they either cave under the stress of secrets or redeem themselves by coming to grips with their own involvement -- real or imagined.