Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by ellen
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Yeah! It’s almost the weekend and that means it’s time to watch another Garage Sale Mystery. This week, I’ll be watching A Case of Murder, and I hope that you’ll tune in with me. I’m absolutely loving this series from Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. This is the last week of Garage Sale Month so you won’t want to miss it. This post has been sponsored. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
A Case of Murder
Jenn buys an old reel-to-reel recorder at a garage sale only to find that it includes the sound of a man pleading for his life. When the former owner of the recorder, a retired therapist, is found murdered in a patient’s apartment, Jenn’s investigation leads to other patients whose love lives are more entangled than she was first led to believe. Stars Lori Loughlin, Sarah Strange, and Steve Baci.
Best recognized for her role as Rebecca Donaldson (“Aunt Becky”) on the long-running hit comedy series “Full House,” Loughlin currently stars in the hit Hallmark Channel Original Primetime Series, “When Calls the Heart” and has revived her role of “Aunt Becky” on Netflix’s “Fuller House.” Lori Loughlin added another iconic series to her resume: The CW’s “90210,” and her film projects include the 2009 comedy feature “Old Dogs,” “Moondance Alexander,” and the Hallmark Channel Original Movies “Meet My Mom,” “Northpole 2: Open for Christmas” and several installments of “Garage Sale Mystery,” including “All That Glitters,” “The Deadly Room,” “The Wedding Dress,” “Guilty Until Proven Innocent,” and “The Novel Murders.” She will soon wrap on another Hallmark Channel original film “Christmas Makeover.”
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Sarah Strange is not a newcomer to the entertainment industry by any means. She was introduced to the world of acting at a very young age. Strange’s parents, L.S. Strange and Marc Strange, are the creators of the iconic Canadian television series “The Beachcombers.” Strange’s love for acting was evident at a young age and before she had even graduated high school Strange landed her first role as ‘Carol’ on the long-running, critically acclaimed series “Madison.” Since then, Strange has built an impressive resume, including high profile television and feature film productions.
Steve Bacic was born in Croatia and raised in Windsor, Ontario. After earning a degree in Kinesiology and with minor in Math, Bacic decided to leave academia and pursue an acting career. He has since garnered international recognition with leading roles in TV series such as “NCIS” and “CSI: Miami” on CBS and “ER” on NBC. A leading man who is equally comfortable playing dramatic and comedic roles, Bacic has appeared as a series regular on a wide range of television series, including HBO’s acclaimed “Big Love,” “Andromeda,” and the Canadian programs “The Guard” and “Cra$h & Burn.” He co-starred as Jason Shannon in six previous “Garage Sale Mystery” titles: “All That Glitters,” “The Deadly Room,” “The Wedding Dress,” “Guilty Until Proven Innocent,” “The Novel Murders,” and “The Art of Murder.”
Tune-in to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries “Garage Sale Mystery: A Case of Murder” this Sunday, August 27th at 9pm/8c! #SLEUTHERS
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