Abby Knight is a beautiful ex-attorney and proprietor of Bloomers, a quaint Illinois flower shop. When she receives a mysterious order for black roses to be delivered to the law department ...
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Abby Knight is a beautiful ex-attorney and proprietor of Bloomers, a quaint Illinois flower shop. When she receives a mysterious order for black roses to be delivered to the law department of the local university, Abby, having a colorful history with the school and a daughter who is currently a student, decides to deliver the flowers herself. Upon her arrival, Abby crosses paths with an old law school rival, only to find him murdered in his office shortly after their encounter. When Abby's fingerprints are found on the murder weapon, she becomes the chief suspect in a dramatic homicide investigation, finding herself hounded by a hard-boiled detective and pursued by a relentless reporter. When things heat up and start looking bad for Abby, she decides to conduct her own murder investigation, enlisting the support of Marco, a handsome bar owner and ex- private investigator. With Marco's help, Abby gathers and interrogates a list of suspects, including school faculty and their wives and ...
Having been filmed in North Bay, Ontario, that's NOT "Hollywood snow" - that snow is the REAL thing! See more »
Abby says the photo in the newspaper is her driver license photo. The photo is from the waist up. Driver license photos are taken from the neck up so as to focus upon facial features. Additionally, under the Drivers Privacy Protection Act (DPPA), driver license photos are not public record so the reporter would not be able to obtain it. See more »
Brooke Shields plays Beau Bridges daughter? Seriously she looks more age appropriate to play his wife. Im unsure why the new Hollywood theme seems to put these ageing cougars romantically with younger men, but its not working the lines are pretty weak, particularly Brook Shields reaction to finding a murder victim...laughable. The plot is interesting but really this is no more than a TV movie
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