Saturday, 9.30pm, CI The crimes in this eight-episode series are compelling. Fans of the true crime genre may find added value in having famous exponents such as David Baldacci, Harlan Coben and Kathy Reichs comment on proceedings. In tonight’s debut, an attractive Washington socialite with ties to Jack Kennedy is gunned down in the city’s exclusive Georgetown district in October 1964. Baldacci says the case is as sensational as any bestseller, a bizarre mix of sex, politics, secrets and murder. A stylish re-enactment follows in which we see a representation of the woman dragged off into the woods during a leisurely stroll by one of the area’s towpath canals. She is shot in the head at close range in cold blood. Was it a senseless murder or a government plot to not further diminish the memory of the notoriously randy, recently assassinated president? of Robinson as a sort of honorary Australian. He does love the place more than I love him, that’s for sure. This whirlwind Aussie cavalcade includes 10 towns and cities in 10 episodes. Things begin tonight in Fremantle before our man heads off in weeks to come to Melbourne, Hobart, Bendigo, Newcastle, Carlton, Brisbane, St Kilda, Woolloomooloo and Adelaide.
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