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Jessica hurries to London upon learning that her cousin Emma (Angela Lansbury in a dual role), has passed away unexpectedly. Upon her arrival, Jessica learns that Emma faked her death and is asking for her help in finding out who wants her dead.
On the night Jessica fills in as a night school teacher in a women's prison, she is forced to investigate what lead to a prisoner uprising following the death of the prison doctor. As her investigation progresses, she soon discovers the politics behind the everyday running of a prison can be deadly – especially after another prison employees is found dead.
After Amos decides to retire early, Cabot Cove gets floodedwith dozens of poison pen letters, in an attempt to cover up the surprisingmurder of a young woman who owns the land that a historic lighthouse is locatedon. With the help of a visiting travel journalist, it's up to Jessica to aidthe new sheriff, Harry Pierce, in figuring who the culprit is.
A new themed diner opened just off the interstate in CabotCove, drawing the praise of the town's residents and the ire of a competingdiner owner. However, when a visiting diner ends up dead and several otherdiners getting sick from apparently food poisoning, Seth and Jessica helpSheriff Tupper wade through a long list of suspects to find out what theirmotive was for the poisoning.
Jessica and a colleague named Ames Caufield are on their wayhome from a literary conference when their car breaks down in a small, southernrural area. While waiting for the car to be fixed, they check into a local innrun by a former student of Ames. Later that night, the woman's son becomes theprime suspect when the sheriff discovers the local bully is found murdered.While working to prove the young man's innocence, Jessica soon discovers thereason why Ames is so quick to want to help has to do with a past romance hehad with the young man's mother.
Jessica goes to New Orleans to check on a distant cousinduring Mardi Gras. Upon arriving at Cal's rooming house to fulfil the aunt'srequest, she finds a party in full swing, a party-goer murdered, and Cal beingthe prime suspect. Despite not knowing her distant cousin that well, Jessicasets out to prove the man's innocence and find the real killer.