By Deborah O'Connor
December 18, 2019
One in 100 of us is what the police call a potentially dangerous person, someone likely to commit a violent crime. These people can be teachers, doctors, politicians, who hold positions of trust.
Jessamine Gooch makes a living tracking the one in 100, on a radio show that examines brutal crimes, asking if more could have been done to prevent their perpetrators.
When she investigates the disappearance of a young mother, she is drawn into a web of danger that leads to the upper echelons of power and threatens her own family.