Amateur detective Jen finds a young woman's body in a storage locker after auction buying the contents of another for her store. Jen just can't stay out of the investigation while the rest of the family is busy building homeless housing.
Jenn finds the body of a local college history professor hidden in a suit of armor she purchased. After the professor's teaching assistant becomes the next victim, Jennifer finds herself caught in a killer's web of dangerous lies.
While setting up a charity garage sale, Jennifer Shannon discovers a body in the attic of a nearby home. Using her eye for detail, as well as her experience with antiques and murder, Jennifer puts together clues that help catch a killer.
Jennifer Shannon can always find a diamond in the rough, when it comes to garage sales, that is. Whether it's a new antique to sell at her consignment shop, an Atari game for her son or a ... See full summary »
Likely the last of the Garage Sale Mystery films due to Lori Loughlin being indicted in March 2019 for bribing admissions officials so her children could be admitted to the University of Southern California. Hallmark announced on March 14, 2019 it was no longer working with Loughlin and had stopped development of any productions involving her. See more »
At about the 30-minute mark when Jennifer and Det Linwood were speaking w/the auctioneer, he claimed there was no record of the suspect because he never paid for/picked up the item he had purchased. Because the auction required paddles to make a bid on an item, there would have been a record of who had that number. See more »
Lori Loughlin and her quest for antique treasure takes her to an estate auction of
a 92 year old former diplomat who dies and at that age who would seriously
question his passing. He was from Austria and in his time in America was a noted
philanthropist and patron of the arts.
A very different picture of the deceased emerges as we learn he used his dipomatic position to steal and smuggle a lot of artistic treasure the Nazis lifted
from countries they occupied. But where is all that loot now?
It would be quite a haul for our intrepid antique dealer/detective. But even
Loughlin realizes this over her head. She also has a detective from Europe on
the case as well as a granddaughter seeing her inheritance stolen.
It all comes down to a lot of interest in a player piano that was part of the
estate that Loughlin acquired. Lots of interest in that particular antique.
An interesting conclusion and you'll kick yourself when you realize the perpetrator is the only one who could have had the knowledge to make a murder seem like a natural death.
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