The body of a woman who had been missing for 3 years is found. Her husband, acquitted for lack of evidence but now seen as guilty, asks Alex for help. As she investigates for her podcast, a colleague investigates fishy river shipping.
The latest edition of Alex McPherson's true-crime podcast finds her investigating a three-year-old murder for which the body has only recently been discovered. In reviewing the case for her podcast, Alex discovers the shocking truth about the killer and helps to exonerate two men wrongly accused of the crime.Written by
The characters of Tara Thurman and Tim Reynolds, portrayed by Jesse Moss, are twins. The photograph of Tara is of Tegan Moss, Jesse's real life sister, although they are not twins in real life, Jesse two years older than Tegan. See more »
This movie was released in 2019 (but most likely filmed in 2018). Around 40 minutes into the story, an aerial view of City Hall in Philadelphia, Pa., and the surrounding buildings is shown. The video provides a clear view of those buildings including the locally-famous PNB building with its massive letters atop the bell tower. However, all of those letters (three on each side) were completely removed from the building in November of 2014! Out-dated film stock. See more »
I like Allison Sweeney and the way her character Alex treats people meanwhile relentlessly pursuing the solution in a quiet way. I've said in reviews of the other two Chronicle Mysteries that I especially like that this amateur detective isn't reckless and she at least has some justification for getting involved. The fact that Sweeney and Benjamin Ayres, Drew, work well together is another big plus.
As in any good mystery, there are good clues and red herrings. I didn't see the outcome coming, but another reviewer did so I guess there were some clues to that end which I missed. I did think that one of the red herrings was too obvious.
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