Jennifer Shannon (Lori Loughlin) has a gift for finding rare treasures hidden in garage sales that she can resell at her consignment store, Rags to Riches. But her keen eye for finding ... See full summary »
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 »
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.
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.
When Aurora pitches in to help her busy real estate mother, Aida, she quickly realizes she has again walked into a life or death situation. When a body is discovered at her first house ... See full summary »
Jennifer Shannon (Lori Loughlin) travels around town finding garage sales, estate sales and storage locker auctions in order to find interesting items for her antique shop, Rags to Riches. While searching for appealing pieces, she tends to find things that have a very mysterious past, usually leading to cold cases. Jennifer has a knack for finding out where the items came from, who was involved and discovering exactly what happened.
I have watched all of the Garage Sale Mystery movies and I loved them all, except this one. The first Garage Sale Mystery had the best cast. I don't know why they changed the daughter, husband and son in the latter movies. It is not the same when a family you have followed throughout all of a sudden has different actors, when the initial ones were perfect together.
The problem I have with The Wedding Dress Garage Sale Mystery is that the murdered man is never found for so many years, yet the murderer goes unpunished with a happy ending. Did anyone think about the family of the victim not knowing where their relative was or what happened to him? This is so callously left out of the movie. Did they even care that the family of the victim would suffer not knowing where he was and what happened to him?
This movie had a very disappointing and unjustified ending. There was no accountability for the deception and murder. They just go happily on their way like they did nothing wrong, while the murder remained unsolved all those years and they knew they did it. Terrible Hallmark judgment here. No accountability or justice with the victim's family still not knowing what happened to their son.
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