A newlywed couple proves their crime-solving prowess when their political ties and successful private-eye business suddenly puts them in grave danger. When their parents are taken hostage ... See full summary »
Elizabeth Higgins Clark
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 »
It starts off with two women, Regan and Alvirah arguing about going into a detective business right from the beginning before you even know who they are. They are both friends and will be going on a a Mystery Cruise.
The main characters are "detectives" Regan and Alvirah. Regan is the daughter of the author of mystery books which is sponsoring this cruise which involves a staged murder that the passengers must solve.
The story is confusing. You don't know who the characters are and what their role is accept they are passengers interested in solving a mystery. There are romantic scenes between who knows.
They talk among each other but the scenes change to other characters before I could understand what was going on. The characters all talk fast and discuss past mysteries and the murder on the Mystery Cruise.
In the process of this cruise a female passenger really tries to kill her husband a number of times.
The two women detectives plot to catch the wife that wants to kill her husband after seeing her trying a couple of times. The husband has no idea his wife of 5 years has been trying to kill him.
I think this was a pilot episode. It is nothing like other detective series like Murder She Wrote, Miss Marple or more. The way the story is written stinks.
Too many characters, most unknown and what their role is. It has some good qualities a little humor no swearing or sex.
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