A man with no money and no trace of a criminal history is found beaten to death inside his home. His soon-to-be ex-wife has a score to settle with him but her alibi is rock-solid. Did she have him killed?
Niagara's first female homicide investigator, Detective Keri Harrison (portrayed by Maxim Roy), follows her gut instinct to pursue a suspect even though evidence suggests they have no involvement. For her first case as lead investigator, Harrison sifts through an unusual cast of characters, a peculiar and violent murder plot and questions of morality that she never could have expected.
“It showed me the depths that people will go to manipulate others and it quickly became one of the strangest cases of my career.”
About the detective
Retired Detective Sergeant Keri Harrison served for 31 years in the Niagara Regional Police Service, where she rose up the ranks to become the first female detective in the homicide division. She went on to receive a Chief of Police Commendation.
In addition, she was awarded the Twenty Year Exemplary Service Medal in 2004 and the Chief of Police Award in 2014. She retired in 2015.
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|Detective Keri Harrison||MAXIM ROY|
|Detective Jesse Donovan||CARLO MESTRONI|
|Detective Gamble||DAN LETT|
|Elizabeth Gatenby||JANINE THERIAULT|
|Tommy Nichol||JESSE CAMACHO|
|Byron Gatenby||NICK SERINO|
|Margaret Benesh||BRONWEN MANTEL|
|Don Firman||MICHAEL DICKSON|
|Joan Townsend||EMMA STEVENS|
|Waitress at Niagara restaurant||TENEISHA COLLINS|
|Motel manager||TERENCE BOWMAN|
|Bruce Firman||DANIEL BRASSARD|