TNT Mystery Movie Night

TNT's Mystery Movie Night will premier on Tuesday November 29th.  The new series features full-length movies based on books by a variety of mystery authors. Bill Pullman stars in the first movie, Innocent, based on Scott Turow's Book.  Read the books before you watch the movies.

Innocent / Scott Turow

Innocent / Scott Turow

November 29th

Twenty-two years after being exonerated for the murder of his mistress, Rusty Sabich, now an appellate court judge, comes under suspicion again when his wife dies, apparently from natural causes, but Rusty chooses to keep her death a secret for a full day.

Ricochet / Sandra Brown

Ricochet / Sandra Brown

November 30th

Investigating the alleged shooting of a burglar in the home of a high-profile Savannah district judge, detectives Hatcher and Bowen suspect the judge's dutiful trophy wife's declarations of innocence and find the case complicated by the judge's notorious soft-on-crime tactics.

Hide / Lisa Gardner

Hide / Lisa Gardner

December 6th

Opening up a newspaper only to discover that she is supposed to be dead, Annabelle Mary Granger suddenly finds herself trapped in the middle of a two-decades-old crime that has profound repercussions for the present day, a discovery that leads her to Massachusetts State homicide detective Bobby Dodge and to a confrontation with two separate killers.

 

Silent witness / Richard North Patterson

Silent witness / Richard North Patterson

December 7th

Years after being wrongfully accused of the murder of his first love, Alison, successful San Francisco attorney Tony Lord returns to Lake City, Ohio, to defend old friend Sam Robb, charged with killing one of his students, and must confront the buried secrets of the past.

Deck the halls / Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark

Deck the halls / Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark

December 20th

When Regan Reilly's father is kidnapped three days before Christmas, she investigates the disappearance with the help of her parents' neighbors, Willy and Alvirah Meehan.

 

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