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About Harry Wild
Literature professor Harriet "Harry" Wild is at one of life's crossroads and having difficulty adjusting to retirement. She reluctantly agrees to stay at the home of her police detective son, Charlie, after she is mugged and needs time to recover. Charlie rebuffs Harry's offer to help when she notices a striking clue in the current murder case he is investigating, so she decides to solve the crime herself with some help from an unexpected source -- her teen mugger, Fergus. Harry and Fergus become partners in new mysteries, much to the chagrin of Charlie.
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|Show Name||Harry Wild|
|Series Cast||Jane Seymour Rohan Nedd Stuart Graham|
|Genres||Drama Mystery Thriller|
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