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Charles Lattimore, an author of a book about a famous murder trial, meets with his ex-wife Laura at her college, where he is due to give a series of lectures on how to write a successful novel. One of his students asks to meet him later that night to discuss the course, but is found murdered. Lattimore has no alibi, and he begins to suspect that the subject of his book has arranged the killing to get back at him for the evidence Lattimore gave during the trial.Written by
I just saw this movie on tv, and I must admit, it was much better than I thought it would be. In the past, I have not been a huge fan of Pierce Brosnin, but he was really good in this movie. He played a much different character from the action movies I remember him for. It was a nice change. The movie grabbed your attention and kept you wondering how it would all play out in the end. It was one of the best TV movies I have seen. I highly reccomend this movie!
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