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John Larroquette in neat murder mystery as detective McBride...
If you're in the mood for a neatly satisfying detective yarn without too many complications to obscure the plot, this is your chance to watch a Hallmark presentation starring John Larroquette as detective McBride.
Without needing too much persuasion (a bit hard to swallow), he takes on the almost open and shut case of a young man falsely accused of murder and robbery. He goes about methodically interviewing various suspects without realizing that the chief suspect is one he and the viewer will undoubtedly overlook. In true crime fashion, here the actual killer is the one you are least likely to suspect.
Suffice it to say, this tale about a woman with several identities, passes the time pleasantly with enough quips and interesting situations to keep you tuned in until the conclusion.
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