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After a doctor is murdered in his home while his wife lies bound and helpless upstairs in their bedroom, it is revealed that the couple's reverend may know more about the crime than he is telling the detectives.

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Danny Ross
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Allison Wyler
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Reverend Wyler
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Carrie Conlon
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Kevin Paxton
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Dr. Ryan Conlon
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Cleon Lewis (as Rob Riley)
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After a doctor is murdered in his home while his wife lies bound and helpless upstairs in their bedroom, it is revealed that the couple's reverend may know more about the crime than he is telling the detectives.

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They loved the praise of men more than the praise of God
6 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

A mugger broke into an apartment on Sunday morning, beat up a girl till leaving her unconscious and then hid himself in the living room. The husband (Robert Farrior) came home after attending Sunday Mass when the perp hit him with a wrench, killing him and leaving the scene with a motorcycle. The victim happens to be a doctor who had an argument with a football player days before related to information released to the press. Anyway Goren and Eames focused to something strange happening inside the church, where an altar boy bikers with a terrible past (the father killed the mother in his childhood) had a lot of things to hide. After a while he drank himself to death after being thrown out of the parish, but the way he spoke in the questioning room lead Goren to solve the case.

This episode reminds me a soap opera in the early eighties (The Thorn Birds) adjusted as a crime drama.


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