Silk Stalkings

Silk Stalkings – Hardcopy

by Alan Rapp on August 27, 2019

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  • Title: Silk Stalkings – Hardcopy
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Silk Stalkings - Hardcopy television review

Throwback Thursday takes us back to the unsolved crimes of passion in the wealthy playground of Palm Beach, Florida. While Rita (Mitzi Kapture) literally runs into a new flame (Christopher Mayer), the pair’s latest case becomes personal to Chris (Rob Estes) when the lead suspect in the death of a tabloid publisher turns out to be a mistress (Terri Treas) with a young son (Karl David-Djerf) who the detective takes under his wing. Despite the mistress eventually confessing to the crime, there’s far more going on than Chris or Rita suspect.

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  • Title: Silk Stalkings – Men Seeking Women
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Silk Stalkings - Men Seeking Women television review

Throwback Thursday takes us back to the unsolved crimes of passion in the wealthy playground of Palm Beach, Florida. The death of a young woman connects to other unsolved cases and alerts Chris (Rob Estes) and Rita (Mitzi Kapture) to a sexual predator and serial killer in their midst. Comparing the lives of the victim alerts the detectives to one commonality which informs them how the killer is choosing his victims – through a local magazine’s personal ads. Along with the return of Kim Morgan Greene as psychiatrist Melissa Cassidy who helps Chris on a profile for their killer, “Men Seeking Women” also introduces Kelly Garrison as an old flame, and potential love interest, for Chris (who is very interested in picking up where they left off… but just can’t come to terms with her new part-time job as a stripper.

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Silk Stalkings – Dirty Laundry

by Alan Rapp on November 29, 2018

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  • Title: Silk Stalkings – Dirty Laundry
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Silk Stalkings - Dirty Laundry television review

Throwback Thursday takes us back to the unsolved crimes of passion in the wealthy playground of Palm Beach, Florida. The apparent natural death of a womanizing congressman (Tom Howard) brings in Chris (Rob Estes) and Rita (Mitzi Kapture) who discover there was more going on with the man’s family and death than meets the eye. First, there’s the son’s girlfriend (Kelly Miracco) who was also sleeping with the father (including on the night of his death). Second, no member of the family is all that sad to see the congressman dead. And third, there’s the drugs found in the congressman’s system which makes his “accident” look a whole lot more like murder. Miracco is well-cast as the gold digger who proves nothing more than a red herring for larger drama afoot.

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  • Title: Silk Stalkings – In the Name of Love
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“I love it when it starts getting lurid.”

Silk Stalkings - In the Name of Love television review

Throwback Thursday takes us back to the unsolved crimes of passion in the wealthy playground of Palm Beach, Florida. This one has a body count. When a stockbroker is found dead with a bail hook stuck in his chest after removing one-million dollars from his bank, all in small denominations, Chris (Rob Estes) and Rita (Mitzi Kapture) begin looking into the murder and the possible kidnapping of the victim’s teenage daughter (Aimee Graham). That’s one. The evidence of the murder points to the missing daughter’s boyfriend who arranged the fake kidnapping with her help after being fired by the victim, but he’s quickly eliminated as a suspect after turning up dead as well. That’s two.

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  • Title: Silk Stalkings – Going to Babylon
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Silk Stalkings - Going to Babylon television review

Throwback Tuesday takes us back to the unsolved crimes of passion in the wealthy playground of Palm Beach, Florida. A pair of suspicious deaths, involving an older man found in his car of an apparent heart attack and a dead prostitute found in her car across town, send Chris (Rob Estes) and Rita (Mitzi Kapture) into the seedier side of Palm Springs kinky underbelly in a case that will make Rita confront some personal demons. Fairly quickly the pair are able to identify the swinging couple of old man Cameron (R.G. Armstrong) and his younger wife (Deborah Rennard) as those responsible for both deaths. Neither the pair’s attempt to frame their son’s college friend (Chris Browning) for the murder not a snitch (J.C. Quinn) giving away Chris and Rita’s identities on an undercover sting will prevent the Chris and Rita from closing the case.

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