An elderly woman whose estate was valued at more than $25 million is found murdered, and suspicion immediately falls on her young, troubled lover.
Right To Counsel: An elderly woman, whose estate was valued at over 25 million dollars, is found murdered and suspicion immediately falls onto her young, troubled lover.
After debating whether time travel can change history, a prominent Washington man finds himself in 1865, on the night President Lincoln will be shot.
It's April 14, 1961. Peter Corrigan and friends are discussing time travel at their men's club. Corrigan suddenly becomes dizzy. When his head clears, he has moved back to April 14, 1865 - the date of Lincoln's assassination.
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