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Murder in Mind 

While suffering from amnesia, Betty Drew stumbles into a police station; unable to identify herself but admitting to having just committed murder. Her elaborate, yet muddled, story is ... See full summary »

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George Drew
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Donald Gee ...
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While suffering from amnesia, Betty Drew stumbles into a police station; unable to identify herself but admitting to having just committed murder. Her elaborate, yet muddled, story is dismissed when no body is found. Her claims are explained as being the result of a concussion and repeating plots from her writer husband's mystery novels. However, one police detective, Tom Patterson, wants to investigate further. Written by L. Hamre

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19 May 1973 (UK)  »

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Reasonably interesting
31 August 2005 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

'Murder In Mind', along with 'An Echo Of Theresa', is one of Thriller's first series' weaker efforts. Weak by Thriller's standards however - which essentially means entertaining by any other barometer.

The story is concerned with murder. With a difference. Betty Drew (competently played by Zena Walker) is a confused woman who wanders into her local police station raving about a murder she and her husband, a crime novelist, have committed. Needless to say her story is not initially believable and is dismissed without question.

The episode progresses in a somewhat laborious fashion but our interest accelerates when we realise that the murder being referred to is in the future, not the past.

As always, worth at least one viewing.


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