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.
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Detective Travis Burke asks Russ (CSI tech?) if he got any fingerprints off the bullet that was fired into a mirror. This would be impossible, as there could be no fingerprints left on a bullet after it is fired. The friction of the bullet going down the barrel and the groves cut into the bullet by the rifling would remove all fingerprints. While fingerprints might be found on the brass shell casing, there was no mention of the brass being found, which gives the impression the gun used was a revolver. See more »
Just as good, and maybe even better than the first one!
Amy is working on a play, when suddenly the main actress is in danger, so she and Detective Burke work together in order to discover who is responsable.
Can I first say this was AMAZING? Of all the things that crossed my mind while watching this, out of all possible scenarios and suspects, it ever ocured to me it would be like that. It was so unpredictable!
Second of all, Kris and Jill's chemistry is amazing. The flirty banter they share is adorable and I love it. So my congratulations to everyone who worked on this, but specially the writer.
I have rated Hallmark movies with 10 maybe three time tops? But this one deserves, let's hope they continue like this. Until September, everyone!
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