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Mary Higgins Clark's Try to Remember
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Mary Higgins Clark is one of the most prolific and most read crime authors. Her books may not be the most demanding whodunnits ever committed to print, but they certainly rattle along and this adaptation of one of her mysteries is no exception - although fans of
may feel it's a tad trite. Gabrielle Anwar is credible enough, playing the forensics expert who returns to her home town where her best friend was murdered 15 years earlier. She's trying to find out why the witnesses who testified against the convicted killer (Diego Wallraff) are being methodically bumped off (including her own mother). Sadly, the twist in the tale will hardly come as a surprise.
A detective's investigation into a series of murders prompts her to return to her home town. Though she is initially determined to find out whether the killings are linked to a tragic event years earlier, her misgivings begin to grow - and she realises that to solve the crimes she must face her own troubled past. Drama adapted from a tale by Mary Higgins Clark, starring Gabrielle Anwar, Max Martini and Gary Chalk.
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