Brilliant, dedicated, and driven, archaeologist Emma Fielding is trying to unearth evidence of a 17th century coastal Maine settlement that predates Jamestown, one of the most significant archaeological finds in years. It is evident that he wants to protect her in a somewhat old-fashioned, traditional way, even if she is not willing to accept that protection. Sometimes I found Emma a bit too trusting of her. By , 2014, Penguin Audio. Site Unseen was my first novel. She has also appeared in numerous radio plays for the , including playing Esme in 's , a role she also played in the. I think sometimes we only see what we want to.
From the moment he appeared on screen, I was captivated by the persona he brought to this role. I thought it was very well done for several reasons. I thought Jessica who is not unknown to Hallmark audiences on this mystery network was perfect in her role as I never fully trusted her. When I was writing it, playing with some of my experiences in archaeology and my love of mystery, I had no idea it would be published. I especially liked her relationship with her stepmother. She will find the truth, but in so doing, she may unwittingly put her own life in jeopardy.
The plot thickens as the story evolves from a search for unearthed evidence of a 17th century coastal Maine settlement to a murder mystery with a side of art theft and smuggling thrown in. Her dig site is suddenly in jeopardy of being shut down, due to the meddling of local treasure-hunters and a second suspicious murder. And he seems to want to rekindle that relationship. I think there is an attraction between Carey and Joe, but this film proves that they can work together to help Dr. That being said, I felt that Site Unseen was not successful in several areas. As such for those who enjoy the murder mysteries involving chefs, librarians as well as garage sale specialists should enjoy this just as much.
Her range of emotions started at scowling and ended in perplexed. But the dead body she uncovers on the site pushes Emma into a different kind of exploration. Emma has recently unearthed evidence of a possible 17th century coastal Maine settlement that predates Jamestown, one of the most significant archaeological finds in years. She also makes a nuisance of herself to the local police department, but that is pretty typical. Thank you for adding your positivity to my site! And I can hardly wait for August myself! Courtney Thorne-Smith is playing Emma Fielding, and filming started in British Columbia this week! And I am with you totally. She's intensely loyal to actors, writers, and directors and loves comedy, drama, suspense, and sci-fi equally.
Maybe her sleuthing skills need to be flexed a bit. She won a for outstanding Broadway debut for the same role when the show was produced on Broadway in 2002. Gourmet Detective—yes supposed to start filming this year. Martin has become a force with which to be reckoned both on When Calls the Heart and other Hallmark films. Jamie Goehring and Trevor McWhinney are producers.
Emma was very believable and genuinely seemed to care about her students and the work they were all doing. In Two and a Half Men, the 49-year-old played Lyndsey McElroy, and in According to Jim, she held a starring role as Cheryl. This is crazy and marvelous for so many reasons. Just know that looks can be deceiving. Whilst the authorities investigate, Emma finds herself also trying to get to the bottom of what is going on as it seems someone is targeting her. Anna surprised me a number of times, and I added a whole shelf of books to my library on the history of crime and law enforcement in the colonies.
Your email address will not be published. And sadly I spotted the perp very early on as I am sure most everyone did! But I got a huge surprise late in November, when my agent told me that wanted to option my Emma Fielding novels! But a bit of background. Comments may not appear immediately. Rice, Michael Prupas, Candace Cameron Bure, Charlaine Harris and Shawn Williamson are executive producers. And perchance, she may give him that opportunity. Emma is a determined woman who is going to keep digging, no matter who attempts to get in her way. True to its name, the channel brings the lighter side of the suspense and mystery genres into focus with rich, dramatic, and thought-provoking storytelling.
I have never seen Courtney in anything but this film. If it was filmed in Vancouver or Canada, really , she's going to be all over it. . After college, he appeared in a number of Off Broadway plays, like An Actor Prepares and After the Rain. I was completely unfamiliar with , the author of this acclaimed series, but since screening this film, I am a fan, and I can hardly wait to jump in and read one of her books! But the dead body that accompanies it has embroiled Emma and her students in a different kind of exploration. The young people were enthusiastic and eager to help, and they sure provided assistance when needed most. The two of them together make quite an effective team.
Unfortunately, he is often typecast as the bad guy, but we know that he can play a lead remember The Christmas Shepherd. Brilliant archaeologist Emma Fielding leads a group of students on a search for unearthed evidence of a 17th century coastal Maine settlement, and digs up a lot more than she bargained for when a dead body, rivals seeking to trump her discovery, and pressure from the university block her every move. Harvey Kahn will Produce from a screenplay adapted by Suzette Couture, based on the series of novels by author Dana Cameron. Joel Rice, Courtney Thorne-Smith, and Michael Prupas are Executive Producers, with Kellie Martin as Co-Executive Producer. Joe is that classic, awkward young adult boy who needs a good woman to come alongside him and aid him in maturing into a wonderful young man. Neither woman thinks she is the woman for Joe.