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This is a police crime procedural. The special thing here is that all the main characters are female friends. They work together to solve crimes. Cindy Thomas (Aubrey Dollar) is a newspaper cub reporter trying to break in. Lindsay Boxer (Angie Harmon) is the hard nosed homicide detective. Claire Washburn (Paula Newsome) is the medical examiner. Jill Bernhardt (Laura Harris) is a young assistant district attorney. The four form the Women's Murder Club.
As a police procedural, it has the all the prerequisites. The actresses do a great job. All of them fit their characters very well. There isn't anything especially memorable. There is something odd about relating murder investigations like a weeknight book club. That aspect is a little bit unfortunate.
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