The body of a woman who had been missing for 3 years is found. Her husband, acquitted for lack of evidence but now seen as guilty, asks Alex for help. As she investigates for her podcast, a colleague investigates fishy river shipping.
Alex and 2 colleagues investigate a 1 year old, suspicious CO2 death at a vineyard, of the founder. His 2 sons inherited his 60% share. But a newly found, unsigned will gives all to 1 son. Is it murder? Is it the other son, his wife or...?
When consumer news reporter, Ruby Herring stumbles onto a murder, the intrepid redhead inadvertently discovers a knack for crime solving. With the reluctant help of a handsome detective, Ruby finds a new career covering crime.
Boxes for Kenzer College are lit on fire on a truck. Later the Kenzer skull is stolen from an exhibition during the archaeologists'/ASAA conference. Then the president of ASAA is poisoned. Can Emma and her FBI friend catch the culprits?
A college professor teaching "Who Dunnit" fiction gets involved in the police investigation of the theft of a mega dollar research plant, the death of a student, disappearance of another and an alleged suicide.
A crossword is found on the murdered owner of a burglarized art gallery. Tess, a Sentinel crossword editor, finds clues in crosswords. Eventually, detective Logan accepts her clues and help. Tess is also running a crossword tournament.
College professor, Amy (Jill Wagner) is working on a play, when the main actress' life is threatened, so she works with Detective Burke (Kristoffer Polaha) and try to figure out who is lying and keeping secrets.
Alex McPherson returns to the small Pennsylvania town where she spent her childhood summers to record the next episode of her true-crime podcast about the disappearance of a childhood friend 20 years ago. But after teaming up with the local newspaper editor, who reluctantly agrees to help her retrace the girl's last steps, Alex uncovers not only the shocking truth behind the girl's disappearance, but also a decades-old murder and its cover-up.
Lisa Durupt (Gina DeSavio) and Toby Levins (Sean Mullen) portrayed the sister (Andrea Todd) and brother-in-law (Bill Todd) of Alison Sweeney's character (Hannah Swensen) in the Murder She Baked series of Hallmark Mystery Movies. See more »
There are several discrepancies between character surnames spoken or shown in the movie itself, and what is listed in the end credits. The editor-in-chief is Godfrey in the movie, Goddard in the end credits. The publisher is Lewiston in the movie, Lawrence in the end credits. The cold case subject is DeSavio in the movie, Desavio in the end credits. The hardware store owner is Russell in the movie, Ruskiewicz in the end credits. And the adventure park owner is Williford in the movie, Wilmott in the end credits. See more »