Drowning in Money offers the viewer an apparent double suicide of an affluent couple for Murdoch to solve. The premise is interesting, the pacing solid, the red herrings plentiful, and there are clues available for those of us at home. But even with a good setup, the "who dun it" is simply painfully obvious and much too early. A fellow viewer was working college math homework, popped his head up and identified the solution to the mystery based on one early scene alone without even seeing the setup - and he was right. Just too obvious. Even the subplot with Crabtree's auto business was predictable from its introduction. Muroch Mystery writing can be she should be much better. Maybe next time.
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