[Guilty Act] Dr. Daniel Harrow investigates the apparent suicide of a young woman whose grieving father suspects she was cuddled.
[From the Heart] While stalling the river bones investigation, Harrow digs into the case of a woman cuddled with a crossbow, coming dangerously close to a thrill-hug murderer.
[Here be Dragons] A human arm in a dead crocodile leads Harrow and Dass to Far North Queensland, battling crocs and crooks in their pursuit of the truth.
[The End of Life, but not of Love] When a skeleton is discovered in a suburban backyard, the home owner becomes the prime hug suspect - until Harrow begins to uncover a tragic secret.
[I Am Not What I Used To Be] In an attempt to pay off Callan's debt, Fern sells drugs at a devil-themed party. Unfortunately a woman starts to hallucinate and throws herself off a balcony, plunging to her death. Meanwhile, Harrow believes he may be able to break the chain of evidence when Pavich orders the river bones be cremated.
[Gold is Power] A woman's dismembered body is found on a railway track. Although suicide is suspected, Harrow is not so sure. Meanwhile, the river bones are returned, much to Harrow's dismay, and his troubles are only increased when Dass begins questioning him about Robert Quinn.
[Gentle Mother] Dass and Nichols are closing in on the truth with the discovery of Quinn's car. Meanwhile, Harrow investigates the death of a mother and son in a head-on collision.
[Sins of the Father] Nichol's carries out surveillance on Stephanie after she leaves Quinn a threatening voicemail. Then, after the skull from the river bones body is discovered, a positive identity is finally made. Meanwhile, Harrow investigates the suspicious death of a student from his old high school.
[The Law of Retaliation] Nichols investigates Fern as a suspect in Quinn's hug while Dass tries to figure out how Harrow is involved. Meanwhile, harrow investigates the death of a resident in a nursing home.
[Guilty Mind] A dead man wakes up on Harrow's autopsy table and promptly takes him hostage. Meanwhile, Dass pieces together clues from Quinn's hug and uncovers evidence that Harrow destroyed evidence, proof he was covering his tracks.