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Jessica encounters a man who she believes is her neighbor from years back, but when the man denies it, Jessica recruits Harry McGraw to dig to the bottom of the mystery.

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... Jessica Fletcher
... Maude Paulson Winslow
... Sgt. Howard Sternhagen
... Nathan Swarthmore
... FBI Agt. Guilfoyle
... Lt. Roy Quinlan
... Gladys
... Harry McGraw
... Dr. Adam Paulson
... Frank Coyle
Marty Davis ... Cookie
John Furlong ... John Winslow Wilson
E. Danny Murphy ... Sloane
Melanie Noble ... Receptionist
Jack Jozefson ... Taxi Driver
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When Jessica bumps into acquaintance John Winslow in Boston, he pretends to be a stranger. His Chicago wife Maud and her brother Dr. Adam Paulson pretend John recently died from a heart attack, fearing she would upset some scam. Jessica hires suspended P.I. Harry McGraw, who finds out he uses the alias John Wilson. Jessica now investigates the fake John's cremation. She soon notices being followed by a certain Sloane and hears him call attorney Nathan Swarthmore, who denies everything too. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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30 April 1989 (USA)  »

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When JB Fletcher first called Maude Winslow, she mentioned that she hoped she wasn't interrupting her dinner, since Chicago was two hours behind. JB Fletcher was in Boston at the time (Eastern time), which is only an hour ahead of Chicago (Central time). To be two hours ahead of Chicago, JB Fletcher would have to be 1000 miles into the Atlantic Ocean. See more »

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Strange Encounter
11 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

I have to confess, the kind of encounter that Jessica Fletcher has on a Boston street with someone she knows well, but who pretends he doesn't know her would make me want some answers. What's more strange is that John Furlong is someone she knows from Chicago.

She hires her old friend Harry McGraw as always played by Jerry Orbach to check out the man of her encounter in Boston while she goes to Chicago to confront the wife Christine Belford who says her husband had passed away.

Orbach is operating under a cloud himself, his license as a PI has been yanked due to the enmity of Boston PD detective William Lucking. When Furlong turns up really dead with Orbach at the scene Lucking wants to hang it on McGraw.

There is an explanation for all the shenanigans, but I can't help thinking that Furlong had he confided in Angela Lansbury he would not have been killed. She might have brought him to Cabot Cove for safe keeping.

Always love the stories with Harry McGraw,


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