When Victoria Prokopovitz went missing in 2013, her three grown children were beside themselves with worry. Her husband, James, seemed oddly unconcerned, telling police she often wandered off and had twice tried to commit suicide. Despite a massive search, Victoria was never found. But a private detective who saw news reports of the missing woman offered his help. Conducting his own investigation, the detective learned James had been carrying on a secret affair and both he and his mistress had lied to police about their relationship. Now armed with a motive, eight years after her disappearance police charged Victoria's husband with first degree murder. But without a body, what detectives call a "no body case," the jury would have to decide.