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Harry is hired by a retired Navy Admiral to find his missing wife, Andrea. The police think she drowned when her boat broke up and sank but the Admiral does not believe this. Harry begins his investigation by questioning members of the exclusive yacht club that the Admiral and his wife belong to. When the police pull a woman's body from the ocean Harry is surprised when it doesn't turn out to be the Admiral's wife but a friend of hers...and it turns out she was murdered and not a drowning victim. Harry now believes that Andrea Tannehill is alive and in danger somewhere and continues searching with renewed interest. Written by tomtrekp

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19 September 1974 (USA)  »

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Ends with David Janssen quoting from Kipling's poem "Recessional". See more »

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Harry Orwell: It was one of those afternoons. The crossword puzzle annoyed me. I didn't feel like working on the boat and the fog was getting ready. I could feel it coming in my back.
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