Prime Suspect 3
Charlie Greene gets a call from her mom, Edwina, a biologist advising on the set of a nature documentary film in the Utah desert. Edwina is the prime suspect in a murder involving the death of a shock horror film director with whom Edwina had a running battle over environmental concerns. To clear her mom's name, Charlie teams up with hunky movie star, Mitch Hilsten.
Drag queen Vera Reynolds swayed on-stage singing "Falling in Love Again." And a sixteen-year-old boy lay in Vera's fire-engulfed apartment … very, very dead. He was a "rent boy," a sex-for-hire street kid who catered to the tastes of special customers. It was the kind of murder Soho's Vice Squad saw often. But the influential do-gooder who was a prime suspect in this one made the young boy's death different-a ticking bomb able to blast open the nasty.
John Vallancourt, the cool, calm diplomat, is worried stiff. A dear friend is dead and his daughter Nancy is missing. John fears the worst-and the worst is Nancy's sweetheart Keith Rollins. Keith is the prime suspect in the case and he is running scared, dragging Nancy into danger with him. If Keith is a murderer, John is certain of one thing: he has to catch Keith before the cops do, or he might find himself with one very dead daughter!
Trouble has a way of upending Sharon and Ryan Salazar's peaceful vacations. The latest predicament begins when their nineteen-year-old nephew, Miguel Meléndez, becomes involved with Bianca LaCroix, a predatory woman twice his age. When she's found stabbed to death on the front lawn of the Salazars' cottage on Mustang Island, Miguel becomes the prime suspect.
Lackey Ferguson met Marissa Hardin once, the morning hesigned on to build a bathhouse at the Hardins' fancy Fort Worth home. But whenMarissa is found brutally murdered, Lackey becomes the number one suspect in atrumped-up case, while a sexual psychopath runs loose. Desperate to find the realkiller, Lackey must evade arrest while keeping an eye on his fiancée-who mayjust be the killer's next target.
PRIME SUSPECT - A female police detective investigates a series of serial murders while dealing with sexist hostility from her male comrades. SUPERB CAST - Starring Helen Mirren, John Benfield, and Tom Bell. ACCLAIMED SERIES - Won more than 20 major international awards and raised the bar for police dramasSINGLE DVD - 2 episodes on 1 disc, runs about 3.
When a millionaire matriarch is found floating face down in the family pool, the prime suspects are her good-for-nothing son and his wife, who stand to inherit, as well as a questionable chauffeur and a tycoon of a company trying to get the woman's property for the oil under it. Private Investigator Lew Archer takes this case in the Los Angeles suburbs and encounters a moral wasteland of corporate greed and family hatred-and sufficient motive for a dozen murders.
Diamonds, greed, corrupt cops, mobsters-David Mapstone is about to be tested like never before.A cache of diamonds is stolen in Phoenix. The prime suspect is former Maricopa County sheriff Mike Peralta, now a private investigator. Disappearing into Arizona's mountainous high country, Peralta leaves his business partner and longtime friend David Mapstone with a stark choice: he can cooperate with the FBI, or strike out on his own to find Peralta and what really happened.
Drag queen Vera Reynolds swayed on-stage singing "Falling in Love Again." And a sixteen-year-old boy lay in Vera's fire-engulfed apartment … very, very dead. He was a "rent boy," a sex-for-hire street kid who catered to the tastes of special customers. It was the kind of murder Soho's Vice Squad saw often. But the influential do-gooder who was a prime suspect in this one made the young boy's death different-a ticking bomb able to blast open the nasty, secret lives of politicians, judges … and cops.
As spring bursts forth, so does a whole lot more, including murder by arrow, in quiet Benteen County, Kansas. Nothing ever happens here. Then, on a perfect spring morning, a member of the TV crew filming in the area dies with a Cheyenne arrow in his back. A prime suspect is Sheriff English's brother, Mad Dog, the county oddball whose American Indian heritage has produced a born-again Cheyenne.
Who knew that being a Good Samaritan would lead Barbara Holloway to face her biggest challenge ever: being named prime suspect in a high-profile kidnapping? Elizabeth Kurtz has taken her small son and fled her ex-husband and his mother after finding a file of explosive material incriminating the family. Although the wealthy family employs a detective agency to find her, she manages to elude them.
Recently married to James Lacey, the witty and fractious Agatha Raisin quickly finds that marriage, and love, are not all they are cracked up to be. Rather than basking in marital bliss, the newlyweds are living in separate cottages and accusing each other of infidelity. After a particularly raucous fight in the local pub, James suddenly vanishes-a bloodstain the only clue to his fate-and Agatha is the prime suspect.
The Emmy Award-winning producer of PBS's Masterpiece Theatre and Mystery! reveals the secrets to Downton Abbey, Sherlock, and its other hit programs. For more than twenty-five years and counting, Rebecca Eaton has presided over PBS's Masterpiece Theatre, the longest-running weekly prime-time drama series in American history. From the runaway hits Upstairs, Downstairs and The Buccaneers to the hugely popular Inspector Morse, Prime Suspect, and Poirot, Masterpiece Theatre and its sibling series Mystery! have been required viewing for fans of quality drama.
Eli's trip to London with his uncle Harry quickly turns homicidal when the older magician finds himself accused of murder. A second slaying does little to take the spotlight off Harry. Instead it's clear someone is knocking off Harry's elderly peers in bizarrely effective ways. But who?The odd gets odder when the prime suspect appears to be a bitter performer with a grudge … who committed suicide over thirty years before.