At Christmas season, Hannah comes for a check for goods from her bakery/cafe and finds Larry shot dead. Her detective friend tells her in vain to stay out of the investigation. The "ex wife" isn't the only suspect.
It's one week before Christmas in the small, generally quiet town of Eden Lake, Minnesota. After not pursuing romance for most of her adult life, Hannah Swensen, owner/operator of Hannah's Cookie Jar, a bakery/café, is being wooed by two men, who know about the other in Hannah's life. Hannah likes both a lot, but has not even kissed either. While her mother, Delores Swensen, is pushing her into the arms of dentist Norman Rhodes as the person who will provide her with a stable, comfortable life, her sister, Andrea Todd, is pushing her into the arms of Andrea's deputy sheriff husband Bill Todd's colleague, police detective Mike Kingston, as the more exciting choice. What seems to be becoming a more chronic issue in Hannah's life is that she is the person who finds someone murdered in Eden Lake, this time the victim being one of her customers, Larry Jaeger, co-owner of the Crazy Elf Christmas tree lot with his fiancée, Courtney Miller, the two who got engaged after knowing each other for...Written by
When Hannah is speaking to Luanne in the bakery, Hannah says as an aside to one of her employees to get the Tabori order ready. In reality, Kristoffer Tabori is the name of the movie's director (under his professional name, K.T. Donaldson). See more »
The spelling of Kimberly Bianco Whiting's dad changes from "Salvator" on his obituary on Hannah's phone to "Salvador" on the white board in the sheriff's office. See more »
We watched this out of desperation during COVID-19 lockdown! What a dreary offering! All the characters were equally annoying in their roles! The actress playing the mother was particularly painful! Inane lines, silly situations, nothing really seemed worth caring about! Very disappointed we gave it our attention.
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