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A Healthy Place to Die 

TV-G | | Episode aired 2 August 2015
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SFPD detective Maggie's up for vacation and gourmet detective Henry's speaker at a gourmet conference with a spare suite. Reporter Kathleen is murdered there - body missing. They investigate and banter.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dylan Neal ... Henry
Brooke Burns ... Maggie
Matthew Kevin Anderson ... Munro
Marc Senior ... Bailey
Ali Skovbye ... Abigail (as Alissa Skovbye)
Samantha Ferris ... Captain Forsyth
Shannon Chan-Kent ... Lucy
Patrick Sabongui ... Lucas
Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe ... Gretchen (as Crystal Lowe)
Christine Willes ... Doris
Stefanie von Pfetten ... Evelynn
Brenda Crichlow ... Erica (as Brenda M. Crichlow)
Devon Weigel ... Danielle
Dean Marshall ... John
Lisa Marie DiGiacinto ... Kathleen


When Henry is invited as a guest speaker at a luxury resort spa, he quickly finds himself at the center of another murder. With Maggie at his side, our favorite duo must not only find the killer but be careful they don't become his latest victim. Written by Anonymous

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In the movie the masseuse is referred to as 'Ruby' but in the credits she's listed as 'Lucy'. Note that the assistant "Lucy" in the credits as played by Shannon Chant-Kent, and the masseuse "Ruby" is shown in the credits as played by Mayumi Yoshida. The assistant is a regular cast member, although not in every Gourmet Detective, whereas the masseuse was exclusively in The Gourmet Detective: A Healthy Place to Die." See more »


Followed by The Gourmet Detective: Death Al Dente (2016) See more »

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I wouldn't be prepared to die for what this film cooked up
2 September 2017 | by Ed-ShullivanSee all my reviews

Okay, so "A Healthy Place to Die" was in fact better than the initial film "The Gourmet Detective" in this franchise collection mainly because of the refreshing acting of Dylan Neal who plays amateur sleuth and gourmet guru Henry Ross. Now Henry's real motive for engaging in solving murders is because he is attracted to the lead San Francisco homicide detective Maggie Price, played by actress Brooke Burns.

As in the premier film of this franchise the affectionate bantering between Henry Ross and Detective Maggie Price continues as Henry relinquishes his penthouse suite to Maggie if she agrees to attend a cooking convention that he will be the lead presenter at the convention.

I found that the cat and mouse love attraction between Henry making goo goo eyes at Maggie, and Maggie's obnoxious and negative hissing at Henry's affectionate on towards dragged on much longer than needed until finally a reporter winds up dead in the hotel pool which finally leads these two reluctant partners to commence their whodunit investigation.

I will rate this film slightly higher that the premier film in this franchise collection and as the romantic sparks continue between Henry and Maggie maybe by the third film Maggie may just pull a rock star Rod Stewart and "Wake Up Maggie" he really just wants to talk to you!

I give A Healthy Place to Die a 5 out of 10 rating

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2 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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Gourmet Detektív: Egy gyilkosság receptje See more »

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