Based on true events, Tarnished Notes tells the story of a love triangle murder between a southern Baptist minister of music, his wife, and their lover. In 1984, Jim and Judith Daniels moved to a small town in Eastern North Carolina and as they begin their new life, Jim meets a young man with a troubled past. Judith does what she feels any mother would do to protect her family.
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