on Facebook and Pinterest

You know, I cannot believe how the world of Cozy Mystery books has changed. When I started the Cozy Mystery site way back in 2006, I had to look high and low to find places devoted solely to the Cozy subgenre. I was often discouraged. It was like I was trying to track down the elusive rainbow’s end. I was able to find lots of Mystery information, but then I had to sift through a whole lot of general mystery information to find what I wanted, which was just the Cozy subgenre. I’m sure a lot of you can relate to this. I know I’m not alone!

It’s just so nice to see that the Cozy part of the Mystery world has taken its rightful place. It seems to be an ever-expanding world. It appears to be almost everywhere.

In 2006 I never would have imagined that I would find myself learning about places like Pinterest and Facebook. Just the other day I went over my 400th “Like” on Facebook and found myself getting quite excited. Wow! It’s an honor to think that I got over 400 “Likes”!

So, thank you to ALL of you who have voted a “Like” for one of my entries on my Facebook page. (I am hoping to double the 400 “Likes”!) Also, thank you to those of you who follow my boards on my Pinterest  page. I truly appreciate it, and feel quite honored! Thank you!

Easter Mystery Book List

I have been trying to find some more Easter Mystery Books so I could add them to my Easter Mystery Book List page. I think I have exhausted the possibilities, and would greatly appreciate it if you would take a look at the Easter list and see if I am missing a book that you know is an Easter themed mystery.

I was looking through the Easter mysteries and there were a few that stood out as books I wish I hadn’t already read. You know what I mean? Sometimes I wish I was just discovering an author so that I could enjoy reading all of her/his books all over again.

Our daughter called and said she is coming home for Easter, so we are all looking forward to that. I wish my mother wasn’t doing so poorly. She and my father used to drive down to San Antonio every year for two weeks during our Bluebonnet season. Sometimes that included Easter, as it would have done this year. (Oh well, what do they say about wishes? I guess I’d have a stable of horses in my back yard!) My sister is flying out to see my mother and our younger brother, so that will be nice for my mom. (We are going up in May.)

Anyway, if you happen to notice any Easter themed mystery books that I don’t have on the list, would you please post a comment? Thank you!

If you are looking for Passover theme mystery books, click on this link.

(This link will take you to the page on my Cozy Mystery site with many more Holiday Theme lists.)

Passover Mystery Book List

Lest you all think I forgot, for those of you who are looking for Passover Mystery Books, I also have that theme. I should have mentioned it when I talked about my Easter themed mystery books, but for some reason I didn’t. Here is my Passover Mystery Book list. As with the Easter list, please let me know if you see any Passover mysteries that I am missing. Thank you!

If you’re looking for Easter theme mystery books, click on this link.

(This link will take you to the page on my Cozy Mystery site with many more Holiday Theme lists.)

We Came, We Saw, We Conquered…

Well, I’m not quite sure that we conquered, but we did do a lot of searching. We stayed downtown in New Orleans and drove out to the two areas where we concentrated our search for our daughter’s future apartment/home. She’ll only be in the area for a year, so we want to find a place where she can focus on enjoying the city rather than having to worry about safety. (Actually, being a young adult, I rather doubt she worries about her safety as much as my husband and I do.)

I have mentioned a few times that San Antonio is in a rather constant state of drought. As we headed east on the interstate, we enjoyed the lush springtime green that we have missed seeing for quite a while now. We were treated to magnificent Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrushes (orange), with a sprinkling of pink Primroses (I think that’s what they are called), all of which were constant reminders of Lady Bird Johnson’s Texas beautification project. Thank you, Lady Bird, for a job well done! The flowers are truly sights to be enjoyed by ALL.

We also were happy to see tall, tall, green trees. Out in San Antonio, there are not very many areas where we can enjoy tall, green trees. Our area has many gnarly, short, sort of dark green-leaf oak trees, which is why my husband and I immediately planted six Monterrey Oaks on our lot when we moved here.

As we passed through Houston I thought (very fondly) of when we met my daughter’s college roommate. She was a sweet teenager, ready to take on the world. She is now a married woman living in this bustling city, with her PhD in Petroleum Engineering, working for a large oil company. Brava to her! She just got married, and she looked absolutely radiant in her wedding dress. Where has the time gone?

Oh, I almost forgot, as we drove through Baton Rouge, Louisiana, I was surprised to see a Dalrymple Drive sign. Yes, even spelled the same way as Carola Dunn’s Daisy’s surname. A neat reminder of my very favorite mystery genre.

Three New Cozy Mystery Series Coming in May

I don’t know if any of you have been keeping an eye on the Cozy Mystery site’s new page entitled New Cozy Mystery Book Series, but if you have, you already know that three of our Cozy Mystery authors are embarking on new series during the month of May. Wow! We had three new series during April, and now we have three more Cozy Mystery series to look forward to. Personally, I think that’s pretty neat!

 Dorothy Cannell, that’s right, Dorothy Cannell of the very popular Ellie Haskell Mystery Series (The Thin Woman, etc.) is starting the new Florence Norris Mystery Series. Florence is a housekeeper for the very upper-crust Stodmarsh family. She works at Mullings, the country house that has been in their family for three hundred years. The series takes place during the 1930s. Murder at Mullings will be the first in Cannell’s new Florence Norris Mystery Series.

 Hannah Dennison of the Vicky Hill Exclusive! Mystery Series is finally back, and after a three year absence she will be bringing us the new Kat Stanford Mystery Series. Kat Stanford was formerly a television celebrity host who now owns the Honeychurch Hall Antique Shop in England. Kat and her mother, Iris, had been planning on opening a fabulous antique shop, however Iris bought a shabby, old carriage house on a country estate that is not in a good location for an antique shop. Besides all of this bad news, Kat is discovering she doesn’t know everything there is to know about her mother. Murder at Honeychurch Hall is the first of the Kat Stanford Mystery Series.

hughes,maryellenmar141485876878 Mary Ellen Hughes, the author of the Craft Corner Mystery Series as well as the Maggie Olenski Mystery Series, will be giving us the new Pickled and Preserved Mystery Series. This series takes place in Cloverdale, a small town in New York. Piper Lamb is the owner of Piper’s Picklings, a shop which specializes in pickels and preserves. Piper is given a great opportunity to showcase her pickles at the Cloverdale Fair, but instead of highlighting her pickles, she ends up having to highlight her sleuthing skills.The Pickled Piper is the first mystery in the Pickled and Preserved Mystery Series.

I don’t have any new Holiday Cozy Mysteries to tell you about this month, but I believe there are a couple I’ll be telling you about next month.

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May 2014 Mystery Book New Releases

The following Mystery Books will be released in May 2014:

Donald Bain: Lights Out! (This will be a Stand Alone thriller mystery.)

Mike Befeler: Nursing Homes Are Murder (This will be the 6th in the Paul Jacobson Geezer-Lit Mystery Series.)

Heather Blake (aka Heather Webber): The Goodbye Witch (This will be the 4th in the Wishcraft Mystery Series.)

Lawrence Block: Borderline (This will be a Stand Alone.)

Mollie Cox Bryan: Scrappy Summer (This will be a Cumberland Creek Mystery novella.)

Dorothy Cannell: Murder at Mullings (This will be the 1st in the NEW Florence Norris Mystery Series.)

Clive Cussler & Graham Brown: Ghost Ship (This will be the 12th in the NUMA Files Series.)

Kathi Daley: Maui Madness (This will be the 7th in the Zoe Donovan Mystery Series.)

Kathi Daley: Bikinis in Paradise (This will be the 3rd in the TJ Jensen Paradise Lake Mystery Series.)

Jeffery Deaver: The Skin Collector (This will be the 11th in the Lincoln Rhyme Mystery Series.)

Hannah Dennison: Murder at Honeychurch Hall (This will be the 1st in the NEW Kat Standford Mystery Series.) (Actually, I am not sure about the title of the new series, but I’m taking a guess that this is it. Either this or Honeychurch Hall Mystery Series.)

Claire Donally: Last Licks (This will be the 3rd in the Sunny & Shadow Mystery Series.)

Kate Ellis: The Shroud Maker (This will be the 18th in the Wesley Peterson Mystery Series.)

Sally GoldenbaumMurder in Merino (This will be the 8th in the Seaside Knitters Mystery Series.)

Kerry Greenwood: Murder and Mendelssohn (This will be the 21st  in the Phryne Fisher Mystery Series.)

Carolyn Haines: Booty Bones (This will be the 14th in the Sarah Book Delaney Mystery Series.)

Carolyn Hart: Death at the Door (This will be the 24th in the Death on Demand Bookstore Mystery Series.)

Mary Ellen Hughes: The Pickled Piper (This will be the 1st in the NEW Pickled and Preserved Mystery Series.)

Maddy HunterFleur de Lies (This will be the 9th in the Passport to Peril Mystery Series.)

Joyce and Jim Lavene (aka J.J. Cook & Ellie Grant): Lethal Lily (This will be the 6th in the Peggy Lee Garden Mystery Series.)

Lizbeth Lipperman (aka Liz Lipperman): Jailhouse Glock (This will be the 2nd in the Dead Sister Talking Mystery Series.)

Karen MacInerney: Death Runs Adrift (This will be the 6th in the Gray Whale Inn Mystery Series.)

Edith Maxwell (aka Tace Baker): ‘Til Dirt Us Part (This will be the 2nd in the Local Foods Mystery Series.)

Jenn McKinlay (aka Josie Belle & Lucy Lawrence): Death of a Mad Hatter (This will be the 2nd in the Hat Shop Mystery Series.)

Catriona McPherson: The Day She Died (This will be a Stand Alone mystery.)

Laura Morrigan: A Tiger’s Tale (This will be the 2nd in the Call of the Wilde Mystery Series.)

Katherine Hall Page: Small Plates: Short Fiction (This will be a collection of mystery stories – including Faith Fairchild and Stand Alone mysteries.)

Nancy J. Parra (aka Nancy Coco): Murder Gone A-Rye (This will be the 2nd in the Baker’s Treat Mystery Series.)

James Patterson & Maxine Paetro: Unlucky 13 (This will be the 13th in the Women’s Murder Club Mystery Series.)

Cate Price: A Dollhouse to Die For (This will be the 2nd in the Deadly Notions Mystery Series.)

Barbara Ross: Boiled Over (This will be the 2nd in the Maine Clambake Mystery Series.)

Michele Scott: Dark Harmony (This will be the 2nd in the Vivienne Taylor Horse Lover’s Mystery Series.)

Victoria Thompson: Murder in Murray Hill (This will be the 16th in the Gaslight Mystery Series.)

Rebecca Tope: Trouble in the Cotswolds (This will be the 12th in the Thea Osborne Cotswolds Mystery Series.)

Elaine Viets: Catnapped! (This will be the 13th in the Dead-End Job Mystery Series.)

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(These are the mysteries by authors who are currently on the Cozy Mystery site.)

Upcoming Television Mystery Movies for April 2014

TCM will be celebrating both its 20th Anniversary as well as John Wayne during April. If you happen to be a John Wayne fan, you should be excited about the 58 movies TCM will be airing. (I know my younger brother is looking forward to those movies. they will be airing them (mostly?) during April 21 and the 25th, which explains the fact that I don’t have very many mystery movies showing that week.

Since they are celebrating an anniversary, they will be showing a few shows that might interest those of you who are especially interested in Hollywood’s Golden era. I have annotated some of those movies. As usual, I have included a few movies that are not mysteries, but that I particularly enjoy, and think some of you might also enjoy seeing them.

***** ***** ***** *****

April 2014 Turner Classic Movies Channel Mystery Movies (Central time zone):

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Tuesday – April 1, 2014

9:30 AM
Two cigar-stand attendants get mixed up in a murder investigation.
Dir: George Stevens Cast: Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey, Fred Keating.
BW-82 mins

12:30 PM
In the first Inspector Clouseau film, the bumbling French police detective tries to stop a notorious jewel thief from nabbing a princess’ diamond.
Dir: Blake Edwards Cast: David Niven, Peter Sellers, Capucine.
C-115 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

2:30 PM
A fallen aristocrat, a priest and a con artist search for a treasure of jewels hidden inside one of twelve dining chairs.
Dir: Mel Brooks Cast: Ron Moody, Frank Langella, Dom DeLuise.
C-93 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

***** ***** ***** *****

Wednesday – April 2, 2014

11:00 AM
A man is tricked into trading places with a look-alike nobleman with murderous plans.
Dir: Robert Hamer Cast: Alec Guinness, Bette Davis, Nicole Maurey.
BW-92 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

12:45 PM
An ambitious young man sets out to kill everyone who stands between him and a fortune.
Dir: Robert Hamer Cast: Alec Guinness, Dennis Price, Joan Greenwood.
BW-106 mins, CC

2:45 PM
An overlooked gold transporter with twenty years service plots to steal a million pounds of gold.
Dir: Charles Crichton Cast: Alec Guinness, Stanley Holloway, Sidney James.
BW-81 mins, CC

7:00 PM
An eccentric bandit gang moves into a little old lady’s boardinghouse to plot a major heist.
Dir: Alexander Mackendrick Cast: Alec Guinness, Cecil Parker, Herbert Lom.
C-91 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

***** ***** ***** *****

Thursday – April 3, 2014

7:00 AM
An ad exec in disguise courts his pretty female competitor.
Dir: Delbert Mann Cast: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randall.
C-107 mins, CC, Letterbox Format
***OK, I guess I should disclose that I am a Doris Day/Rock Hudson comedies fan. This is not a mystery.***

7:00 PM
A doctor tries to cope with his wife’s newfound stardom as an advertising pitch woman.
Dir: Norman Jewison Cast: Doris Day, James Garner, Arlene Francis.
C-108 mins, CC, Letterbox Format
***I guess I’m just a Doris Day comedy fan.This one doesn’t have Rock Hudson in it, however, James Garner comes pretty close. This is not a mystery.***

11:00 PM
When he mistakenly thinks he’s dying, a hypochondriac tries to choose his wife’s next husband.
Dir: Norman Jewison Cast: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randall.
C-100 mins, CC, Letterbox Format
***Not a Mystery, however it is a Doris Day/Rock Hudson comedy movie, of which (as I mentioned) I am a fan.***

***** ***** ***** *****

Friday – April 4, 2014

6:00 AM
A private duty nurse gets herself mixed up in a murder investigation.
Dir: Lloyd Bacon Cast: Joan Blondell, George Brent, Ruth Hall.
BW-66 mins
***This movie is based on Mary Roberts Rinehart‘s Miss Pinkerton.*** 

9:45 AM
BABBITT (1934)
A small-town businessman bumbles into blackmail and a real-estate swindle.
Dir: William Keighley Cast: Aline MacMahon, Guy Kibbee, Claire Dodd.
BW-74 mins, CC

12:15 PM
A former jailbird makes good after the wrong man is accused for his crime.
Dir: Roy Rowland Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Ward Bond.
BW-78 mins, CC

4:45 PM
After their sons are convicted of murder, two women relocate to Hollywood to start a talent school.
Dir: Curtis Harrington Cast: Debbie Reynolds, Shelley Winters, Dennis Weaver.
C-101 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

***** ***** ***** *****

Saturday – April 5, 2014

10:45 AM
Patrick Stewart takes viewers through the history of Hollywood’s greatest film studio, MGM, from its formation in 1924 through the death of its greatest production genius, Irving J. Thalberg. Featuring interviews with Joan Crawford and Groucho Marx.
Dir: Frank Martin Cast: Patrick Stewart, Kirk Kerkorian, R E Turner (Ted).
C-122 mins
***I hope this three-part special is as good as it looks. All three parts will be shown during April.***

***** ***** ***** *****

Sunday – April 6, 2014

7:00 AM
Truck driving brothers are framed for murder by a lady psycho.
Dir: Raoul Walsh Cast: George Raft, Ann Sheridan, Ida Lupino.
BW-95 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Monday – April 7, 2014

7:00 PM
A step-by-step look at a murder investigation on the streets of New York.
Dir: Jules Dassin Cast: Barry Fitzgerald, Howard Duff, Dorothy Hart.
BW-96 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Tuesday – April 8, 2014

6:45 AM
Sherlock Holmes sets out to find why people are killing each other over a seemingly inexpensive music box.
Dir: Roy William Neill Cast: Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Patricia Morison.
BW-71 mins

9:30 AM
A man in prison on false charges escapes to save his family from a blackmailer.
Dir: H. C. Potter Cast: Edward G. Robinson, Ruth Hussey, Gene Lockhart.
BW-81 mins, CC

7:00 PM
A working-class mother fights to give her daughter a big wedding whether the girl wants it or not.
Dir: Richard Brooks Cast: Bette Davis, Ernest Borgnine, Debbie Reynolds.
BW-94 mins, CC, Letterbox Format
***This is not a mystery, but I just love this movie. You might enjoy it, too.***

8:45 PM
A British lawyer gets caught up in a couple’s tangled marital affairs when he defends the husband for murder.
Dir: Billy Wilder Cast: Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich, Charles Laughton.
BW-116 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

***** ***** ***** *****

Wednesday – April 9, 2014

6:45 AM
A police scientist investigates the mayor’s murder.
Dir: Fred Zinnemann Cast: Van Heflin, Marsha Hunt, Lee Bowman.
BW-74 mins, CC

10:00 AM
THE PRIZE (1963)
An American Nobel Prize-winner mixes it up with spies when he travels to Stockholm to collect his award.
Dir: Mark Robson Cast: Paul Newman, Edward G. Robinson, Elke Sommer.
C-135 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

***** ***** ***** *****

Thursday – April 10, 2014

12:45 AM
12 ANGRY MEN (1957)
A jury holdout tries to convince his colleagues to vote not guilty.
Dir: Sidney Lumet Cast: Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Ed Begley.
BW-96 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

2:30 AM
TRIAL (1955)
A Mexican boy accused of rape and murder becomes a pawn for Communists and red-baiters.
Dir: Mark Robson Cast: Glenn Ford, Dorothy McGuire, Arthur Kennedy.
BW-109 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

1:15 PM
A young woman on vacation triggers an international incident when she tries to track an elderly friend who has disappeared.
Dir: Alfred Hitchcock Cast: Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas.
BW-96 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Friday – April 11, 2014

9:00 AM
A telephone operator kills in self-defense but can’t remember the details of the encounter.
Dir: Fritz Lang Cast: Anne Baxter, Richard Conte, Ann Sothern.
BW-88 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Saturday – April 12, 2014

10:45 AM
Patrick Stewart takes viewers through the history of Hollywood’s greatest film studio at its height during the thirties and early forties. Featuring interviews with Katharine Hepburn and Joan Crawford.
Dir: Frank Martin Cast: Patrick Stewart, Kirk Kerkorian, R E Turner (Ted).
C-121 mins
***The second part of this three-part special.***

4:45 PM
A woman suspects that her perfect little girl is a ruthless killer.
Dir: Mervyn LeRoy Cast: Gage Clarke, Jesse White, Joan Croyden.
C-129 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Monday – April 14, 2014

6:00 AM
Hard-boiled detective Sam Spade gets caught up in the murderous search for a priceless statue.
Dir: John Huston Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Gladys George.
BW-100 mins, CC

10:00 AM
A newlywed fears she’s going mad when strange things start happening at the family mansion.
Dir: George Cukor Cast: Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten.
BW-114 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Wednesday – April 16, 2014

7:00 PM
A proper British butler sacrifices happiness to remain faithful to his position.
Dir: James Ivory Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson, Christopher Reeve.
C-134 mins, CC, Letterbox Format
***This is not a mystery, but is really, really good.***

***** ***** ***** *****

Thursday – April 17, 2014

9:30 AM
A husband-and-wife detective team takes on the search for a missing inventor and almost get killed for their efforts.
Dir: W. S. Van Dyke Cast: William Powell, Myrna Loy, Maureen O’Sullivan.
BW-91 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Friday – April 18, 2014

10:00 AM
An advertising man is mistaken for a spy, triggering a deadly cross-country chase.
Dir: Alfred Hitchcock Cast: Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason.
C-136 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

9:00 PM
Illicit lovers plot to kill the woman’s older husband.
Dir: Tay Garnett Cast: Lana Turner, John Garfield, Cecil Kellaway.
BW-113 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Saturday – April 19, 2014

10:45 AM
Patrick Stewart takes viewers through the history of Hollywoods greatest film studio as it fades from glory during the fifties. Featuring interviews with Gene Kelly and Charlton Heston.
Dir: Frank Martin Cast: Patrick Stewart, Kirk Kerkorian, R E Turner (Ted).
C-123 mins
***The third and final part of this special.***

7:00 PM
LAURA (1944)
A police detective falls in love with the woman whose murder he’s investigating.
Dir: Otto Preminger Cast: Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb.
BW-88 mins

8:45 PM
A police detective’s violent nature keeps him from being a good cop.
Dir: Otto Preminger Cast: Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, Gary Merrill.
BW-95 mins, CC

10:30 PM
This film, based on real events, focuses on the defection of Soviet Embassy code specialist Igor Gouzenko.
Dir: William A. Wellman Cast: Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, June Havoc.
BW-87 mins

***** ***** ***** *****

Sunday – April 20, 2014

1:00 AM
A bridal design shop owner kills various young brides-to-be.
Dir: Mario Bava Cast: Stephen Forsyth, Dagmar Lassander, Laura Betti.
C-88 mins

2:45 AM
THE TERROR (1963) (horror?)
A lost soldier discovers a mysterious beauty haunting a half-deserted castle.
Dir: Roger Corman Cast: Boris Karloff, Jack Nicholson, Sandra Knight.
C-79 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

***** ***** ***** *****

Tuesday – April 22, 2014

3:00 AM
This documentary looks at how the social, financial and moral forces all helped shape one of the most intriguing periods in Hollywood history.
C-68 mins, CC
***I had no idea how racy pre-code Hollywood was!***

5:30 PM
This documentary focuses on 1939, considered to be Hollywood’s greatest year, with film clips and insight into what made the year so special.
C-68 mins, CC
***Why not? Might as well end the TCM anniversary finding out about Hollywood’s greatest year.***

***** ***** ***** *****

Sunday – April 27, 2014

2:45 AM
A medium kidnaps a child so she can help the police solve the crime.
Dir: Bryan Forbes Cast: Kim Stanley, Richard Attenborough, Mark Eden.
BW-116 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

7:30 AM
THE 39 STEPS (1935)
A man falsely suspected of killing a spy races across Scotland handcuffed to the beautiful blonde who turned him in.
Dir: Alfred Hitchcock Cast: Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie Mannheim.
BW-86 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Monday – April 28, 2014

3:45 AM
GUN CRAZY (1950)
Two disturbed young people release their fascination with guns through a crime spree.
Dir: Joseph H. Lewis Cast: Peggy Cummins, John Dall, Berry Kroeger.
BW-87 mins, CC

6:45 AM
A mad strangler haunts the London fog.
Dir: Lionel Barrymore Cast: Ernest Torrence, Roland Young, Dorothy Sebastian.
BW-93 mins

10:15 AM
A district attorney tries to frame an innocent girl for the murder he committed.
Dir: W. S. Van Dyke Cast: Lionel Barrymore, Kay Francis, Madge Evans.
BW-69 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

Tuesday – April 29, 2014

4:30 AM
An unscrupulous woman murders her loved ones for profit.
Dir: Otto Preminger Cast: Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, Mona Freeman.
BW-91 mins, CC

3:45 PM
A reporter fakes insanity to crack a murder committed in an asylum.
Dir: Samuel Fuller Cast: Peter Breck, Constance Towers, Gene Evans.
C-101 mins, CC, Letterbox Format

***** ***** ***** *****

Wednesday – April 30, 2014

7:00 PM
A woman claims to have killed in self-defense, until a blackmailer turns up with incriminating evidence.
Dir: William Wyler Cast: Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson.
BW-95 mins, CC

***** ***** ***** *****

(All of the above descriptions were copied from the TCM site. There were a few mystery movies that appeared in my monthly TCM Now Playing that didn’t show up on TCM’s schedule online, so I didn’t add them to the list.)

If you know of any other mystery movies that are going to be aired on television during April 2014, please post a comment.

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