The author of a tell-all book gets writer's block and decides to return home for inspiration only to find that the town locals aren't too happy with his last book.

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 Mike Dolan 9 episodes, 2002
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 Ellie Sparks 9 episodes, 2002
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 Sheriff Rudy Dunlop 9 episodes, 2002
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 Sam Dolan 9 episodes, 2002
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 Zane Walker 9 episodes, 2002
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 Sara Dolan 9 episodes, 2002
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 Hazel Walker 9 episodes, 2002
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 Mitzi Dolan 9 episodes, 2002
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 Deputy Tim 9 episodes, 2002
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 Cal Henries 6 episodes, 2002
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After his father's mysterious death, a young novelist confronting writer's block, steals back to his rural roots, in search of inspiration - and answers. On his ferry trip to Glory, a person goes overboard and dies. It seems an accident, but the novelist thinks otherwise. His best-selling first novel revealed the seamy underbelly of his hometown - so the home folks are furious at the prodigal's return. He tries to get help from the strong-willed, beautiful, local coroner (Poppy Montgomery). Glory Days' novelist hero Mike Cahill return to "Glory" has similarities to acclaimed novelist Dave Grubb's life. "Glory" was also the name Grubb used for a fictionalized Moundsville, West Virginia in his writing. Davis Grubb was a descendant of an old prominent family in Moundsville. Like Cahill, he mined the river-town's history for his works, including his award-winning first novel _Night of the Hunter, The (1955)_, about a serial killer stalking prey along the Ohio River. The classic movie ... Written by David Stevens

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16 January 2002 (USA)  »

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CSL - Crime Scene Lake Glory  »

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13 episodes were produced but only nine were aired. See more »

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Referenced in Late Show with David Letterman: Episode #12.115 (2005) See more »

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Great show lost to a ratings battle
1 January 2003 | by See all my reviews

This show was truly an accomplishment for the WB, giving a nice break from their sap-dripping teen shows that only Gilmore Girls and Smallville have seemed to accomplish otherwise. The dry humor was wonderful and refreshing, and the romantic tension between Mike and Ellie was fun and edgy, avoiding what many other shows do not - jumping into it too fast, leaving no room for anticipation or appropriate development. Also, the weekly obstacles created not only something to look forward to, but something that truly held one's interest for the entire hour. The characters were great in each aspect, often going outside the lines while not being outrageous, just delightfully quirky. Unfortunately, as the WB often does, this show was canceled due to "poor ratings" in nearly impossible and illogical timeslots, being a midseason replacement for the popular Angel and jumping between airing after 7th Heaven and Dawson's Creek, who's audiences would not likely be interested in this show, of a very different genre, in that place. Well, we can always hope for a video release.


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