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Jessica Fletcher is a famous mystery writer who has a knack for solving murders on and off the page.
Mort's brother Wayne is released from prison and arrives in Cabot Cove, looking to prove that serving time has changed him for the better. However, after Wayne's boss, a fishing boat owner, is suspected to be killed at sea, Wayne is the prime suspect. As a result, Mort turns to Jessica for help in keeping his perspective while trying to solve the crime.
While in Las Vegas for a Mystery Book Convention, Jessica agrees to check on her agent's daughter who is currently working at a local casino while going to college. Upon arriving, Jessica soon gets caught up in a murder investigation when Susan's boyfriend, who was accused of skimming some money while working as a card dealer, becomes the prime suspect when his boss and another man are found dead. Suspecting that he's innocent, Jessica sets out to find the actual killer.
Cabot Cove's community theatre is putting on a play about the local story about a purported witch who was burned at the stake. When a new resident named Mariah Osborn auditions for the role of the accused, Cabot Cove's residents suspect there's more to her than meets the eye and as a result, Jessica is moved to investigate what's going on. As a result, she soon discovers that Mariah has a past connection to several key Cabot Cove residents.
When a patient of Seth's gets treated by a new doctor in town, he is less than thrilled at the prospect of having competition in the form of a younger, more tech savvy doctor who he claims has little experience. When that patient later dies of an apparent misdiagnosis on Seth's part, Jessica fears that foul play may be at play instead medical malpractice and sets out to prove that her hunch is right.
Angela Lansbury(Jessica Fletcher)
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