Murder, She Wrote 9.6 “Night of the Coyote”

Jessica Fletcher is in New Mexico, visiting with an artist friend and learning more about the local history. They are in a place called Chaco Springs (a fictional place, although see my comments at the bottom of this post for…

Interview with new Murder, She Wrote author: Terrie Farley Moran

As many fans of Murder, She Wrote may already know, the TV show inspired a long-running series of spin-off novels. The first book in the series, Gin & Daggers, was written by Donald Bain and published in 1989. The series…

Murder, She Wrote TV Guide cover story from January 1987

This year, I have taken it upon myself to document the various articles about Murder, She Wrote that were featured in TV Guide magazine during the show's original run. The show was featured five times on the cover of the magazine…

Murder, She Wrote 9.4 “The Wind Around the Tower”

Jessica Fletcher is travelling through Ireland with Sean, her colleague from the Manhattan University criminology department (whom viewers previously met in "To the Last Will I Grapple With Thee"). Her friend is on sabbatical whereas Jessica is doing research for…

Murder, She Wrote TV Guide cover story from February 1986

Murder, She Wrote has graced the cover of TV Guide magazine five times during its original run. My post from last month profiled the first of these cover stories, from March 1985. Below, I continue in the same vein by…

Murder, She Wrote – TV Guide cover story from March 1985

Murder, She Wrote has graced the cover of TV Guide magazine five times during its original run. Although there is now an archive of TV Guide covers, it is much more difficult to find an archive of the articles published…