A Deadly Judgment (Murder, She Wrote, #6) by Jessica FletcherJessica Fletcher is off to Boston to help her eccentric lawyer friend. Malcolm McLoon, defend a tycoon accused of fratricide. Her uncanny sleuthing talents will come in handy when the two old acquaintances dive into the case with their characteristic vigor. Even so, Jessica anticipates enough time to take in the charming sights of New Englands historic capital.
But when the defendants girlfriend--and his only alibi--is found dead in her apartment, the case takes one more murderous turn for the worse. Is someone out to make sure the accused gets convicted? Jessica has her suspicions, and soon--when the jurors become victims of deadly accidents--theres even more to ponder. With only her gut feelings at work for her, Jessica must outwit the tenacious prosecutor determined to get a guilty verdict. She must find the real culprit--before the killer finds her...
It's choppy seas for a multi-millionaire who is swept off his yacht and killed during a hurricane. When Jessica tries to investigate, she becomes embroiled in a family storm of deceit and greed. When a hurricane hits the area around Cabot Cove, a yacht sends out a distress signal. After the winds die down, the yacht, crewed by four sisters, is towed in. The sisters claim that during the storm their father Stephen Earl was swept overboard by a wave.
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S01E02 – Deadly Lady
The scenes between Howard Duff and Angela Lansbury were just superb. We meet our first two Cabot Cove recurring characters. Akins makes the character work which is a challenge because that type of character can easily become annoying. The actors attempt New England rural accents with varying degrees of success, and some exteriors shots look passable, although the eagle eye will notice several dead giveaways that this was shot in Mendocino, California. It was good enough for its time.