A female prosecutor notices a woman in a plastic surgeon's waiting room who looks strikingly like a girl who was murdered more than ten years earlier. An investigation into the plastic ...
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When the best friend of talk-show producer Darcy Scott is murdered while preparing a report about internet dating, Darcy sets out to discover who the killer is, convinced it's one of the men her pal met online.
A female prosecutor notices a woman in a plastic surgeon's waiting room who looks strikingly like a girl who was murdered more than ten years earlier. An investigation into the plastic surgeon grows more bizarre by the minute, as the prosecutor unravels a ten year old mystery involving betrayal and murder. Written by
Suzanne Reardon is murdered and her husband is in jail a long time mostly due to the testimony of her father.
Her father is a doctor that does plastic surgery. He seems to have weird feelings for his dead daughter. He has cloned other women with his daughter's face. I felt like he had a touch of incest.
He thought his daughter was the most beautiful, best woman in the world. He testified how bad her husband was.
The only person that thinks Mr Reardon is innocent is his lawyer that sticks by him. Kerry McGrath is a prosecutor in line for a judgeship. She talks to Reardon's lawyer and feels something did happen that this man should not be in jail. There is a lot of deals going on in the background with court employees and government officials. They all try to persuade her to let the case lie.
Her x-husband is defending some of the people involved in the death of Mrs Reardon but for other crimes and he tries to talk her out of re-opening the case. His young daughter is a target of criminals involved who want the case to stay closed.
I have to say the woman that plays the doctors daughter and other women supposedly the cloned women is ugly. She really does look like she had a face job. Her nose is too thin and her lips are too big like swollen even though the characters are saying she is beautiful. I don't think so.
I love that song "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" I remember my Uncle Frank playing it on his sax.
The end is a surprise when you find out what really happened and who was involved. It is also a nice ending.
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