The scene is San Francisco, where a diabolically crafty serial killer is preying on newlywed couples, killing the groom before the bride and then removing both wedding rings. Assigned to track down this maniac is homicide inspector Lindsay Boxer (Tracy Pollan), who, despite the usual quota of false clues and red herrings, seems more than prepared for the biggest challenge of her career. But Lindsay is not prepared for facing her own mortality: She has been diagnosed with a blood disease that nearly always proves fatal and may not live long enough to bring the honeymoon killer to justice. Based on a novel by James Patterson (as indicated by the film's "official" title), First to Die debuted February 23, 2003, on NBC. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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Great book by James Patterson but this movie....it was very sloppy and the acting was very poorly done, especially by the main character...otherwise, it was definitely worth watching if you are a Patterson fan. I liked to see the Women's Murder Club as real people. Cindy Thomas, played by Carley Pope, was definitely perfect for the role. She was young and brought some energy into the role. Not a bad film, I just enjoyed the book a whole lot more.