Aurora Teagarden is a beautiful young librarian with a passion for solving murders. After an exhaustive search for the perfect home, Aurora finally purchases her dream house, unaware of its murky history. As she prepares to move in, Aurora discovers that the family who once lived there mysteriously disappeared without a trace.Written by
The house referred to in the title, The Julius House, is the same house (interior and exterior) used in 2 other Hallmark movies, "All Of My Heart" and the sequel "All Of My Heart - Inn Love". See more »
In the third article that Sally looks at, towards the beginning of the film, the second paragraph is duplicated. See more »
Not bad for "G" rated stuff. Wondering when they are going to dress Aurora's character like an adult instead of a 12 yr old. The dresses in most of the movies are juvenile, shorter than her juvenile coats . The hair looks like it has been thru a mixer and way beyond looking like an adult should. Same with the purses and shoes. Totally not adult looking nor are the lines she is given to speak. For someone allegedly with a masters in library science, she looks and acts like a teenager.
For me, Henner is not who I would have put in as the mother. Her superiority complex is beyond getting old . The new "boyfriend" is a lot more mature than Auroras character and seems out of place in that dinky backwards town. He can do much better that that. Falling for someone as very unsophisticated as Aurora is funny. The movies are good escapism but fear not, not even close to competing with anything else on TV.
It finally hit me where I had seen the "reporter" friend of Aurora's..she is the girl in the Toyota commercials. She also doesn't come across as too bright for a reporter. Guess its the small , backwards town ambiance
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