It's a most tenuous connection that this murder has to the antique dealing of
Lori Loughlin and her shop. A noted philanthropist is murdered at a family
gathering and just before he dies he takes a telltale picture with one of those
old fashioned Brownie cameras that my family and thousands of others had back
in the 50s when I was a lad. I doubt that one could find film for it today for any
kind of use.
In addition to the main mystery plot Loughlin and her partner hire two temporary workers each of whom brings a certain strength to the job at the
Antique store. But they have only budget for one, so what to do?
And son Connor Stanhope is having another attack of high school angst, but
one in this case showing a nice strength of charactdr to him. Must be good