Amy, professor in "Who Dunnit" and speaker at Teachable Talk in Seattle, meets her ex there. She also meets the owner of a crime solving software, who's later found dead. Amy and her detective friend start investigating.
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.
Claire Darrow defends a woman accused of murder, who used to be a friend of her mother, Joanna Darrow. With Claire's love interest, Miles being the prosecuting attorney in the case, there is another layer of complication in the matter.
When Claire (Erin Cahill) goes home to save her dad's (Gregory Harrison) annual Fall Fest on her family's pumpkin farm, sparks fly with an old rival - the opposing lawyer (Trevor Donovan) she now faces in court.
John Wesley Shipp replaces Shawn Christian in the role of John Herring, Ruby's father. See more »
When Ruby leaves Rogers art studio and walks to Detective Killian' car it is late afternoon, her shadow as she walks across the street is long. Ruby suggest they get something to eat and Jake suggests a diner he knows. But when they arrive it is night, and there the diner is not crowded, suggesting it is late after the dinner rush, perhaps 3 to 4 hours after they left Roger's studio. See more »
Ruby Herring (Taylor Cole) is doing a friendly story with rich vitamin entrepreneur Natalie Billings. When Natalie is killed in a car accident, Ruby starts investigating and discovers the case is being handled by a familiar face, police detective Jake Killian (Stephen Huszar).
It's the second movie in this Hallmark mystery franchise. I fail to see any chemistry between Cole and Huszar. He has no charisma. Cole is a beautiful woman but her acting is a bit stiff. The main difficulty is that the movie is way too stiff. The mystery isn't much and is really only worthwhile for an hour long episode at best. It's more like a series of discoveries rather than a fun whodunnit. It is all rather flat.
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