As part of their Movies & Mysteries franchies, The Hallmark Movie Channel has brought Aurora Teagarden, the mystery-solving librarian of Charlaine Harris's Aurora Teagarden Mystery series, to the small screen!
The first movie of the series, A Bone to Pick, premiered on April 4, 2015; and the second film, REAL MURDERS, will air on July 26 at 9pm EST on the Hallmark Channel.
Full House star Candace Cameron Bure plays Aurora “Roe” Teagarden, the series’ small town librarian-turned-detective. The film also stars Lexa Doig, Marilu Henner, and Craig March. Candace Cameron Bure and Charlaine Harris will also be executive producers alongside HF’s Jim Head and Muse’s Michael Prupas and Joel Rice.
Dietz's "... portrayal of ordinary people fighting for their lives and freedom is a touching tribute to the human spirit, demonstrating that life goes on and love doesn't die." —Romantic Times
William C. Dietz, author of the bestselling military science fiction Andromeda and Legion of the Damned series, has penned a thrilling standalone SF medical thriller in the vein of Michael Crichton.
Scientists spent decades scanning the universe for signs of alien life, but they should have been searching closer to home...the invasion has already begun.
When Professor Paul McCracken takes his own life at the discovery that he has been infected by an alien parasite, he leaves his former student, parasitologist Dr. Sara Devlin, with more questions than answers. What is this parasite doing to people? Where did they come from? How long have they been here--or, more importantly, how long has the government known that they're here? In Ejecta, Dietz creates a world of uncertainty and believable fear that you definitely won't want to miss.
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JABberwocky’s 20th Year!
Joshua began his career in the publishing industry in 1986 and he hasn't looked back since. In October 1994, after working at the Scott Meredith Agency for several years, Joshua struck out on his own and formed his own operation: the JABberwocky Literary Agency.
Originally, a one man show located in Queens, Joshua's agency now has seven full-time employees working out of their bustling Midtown Manhattan office.