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A writer gets caught up in a murder investigation involving his mentor, an esteemed author; based on the novel by Joël Dicker.

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aired 527 days ago
The truth behind the 1975 murder of Nola Kellergan, and Harry Quebert's role in her death, is revealed.
aired 527 days ago
Disturbing revelations regarding Nola's upbringing lead Marcus to reevaluate the chain of events that lead to her murder.
aired 527 days ago
Marcus explores the link between Nola and Elijah Stern; Harry reflects on an ill advised trip with Nola.
aired 527 days ago
Marcus and Perry receive testimony that casts Nola in a new light, leading to an explosive reaction from Harry.
aired 528 days ago
Marcus's book is discredited when new facts about Nola's past are revealed; Gahalowood accompanies Marcus to Alabama on another lead.
aired 528 days ago
The anonymous threats against Marcus continue as a hacker gains access to his manuscript and every detail of the investigation.
aired 528 days ago
As Marcus follows a lead linking Nola to a wealthy and influential member of the community, more details regarding Nola's tragic home life are revealed.
aired 529 days ago
In 1975, a conflicted Harry attempts to distance himself from Nola; in 2008, evidence emerges that appears to connect Harry to Nola's remains.
aired 529 days ago
As Marcus begins his investigation into Harry's involvement in the Nola Kellergan murder, he begins receiving threats from an unknown source.
aired 529 days ago
Literary icon Harry Quebert's life is upended when he is accused of murdering a 15-year old girl, but when a former protégée visits Harry's residence in the hope of curing his own writer's block, he gradually unfurls the truth.

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