Jennifer Shannon is an antique store owner who has a keen eye for more than just collectibles. Much to her husband's dismay, her creative abilities often lead her into fatal situations. When her daughter's sorority plans to have a garage sale to earn money for a local animal shelter, the mom's are more than willing to chip in. One in particular, the step-mother of one of the girls, hopes to donate some of her mother's old junk that's been piling up in her attic. But it turns out it's more than just junk. Suddenly the step-mother is found dead, supposedly by a mere slip of the foot, and a $100,000 painting is missing from her mother's attic. Jennifer Shannon can't help but contradict the authority's assumption that it was an accident and ends up finding herself caught as the main subject in a deadly portrait.
Did You Know?
Matty Finochio (Wilder, the vibrational cooking instructor) had played a different character in the pilot episode of Garage Sale Mystery. See more
Jason is assembling the weight training equipment incorrectly. He pushes the bolts up from the bottom and then screws the nut on at the top. The bolt should be inserted from the top so that if the nut ever comes loose the bolt would remain in place and still provide some support. While a small detail, it would be in the assembly instructions. See more
Follows Garage Sale Mystery
8 January 2017 (USA)
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Garage Sale Mystery: The Art of Murder
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