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  • I thought the character of Julie was a bit mousey but I am sure that was the way the part worked

    • by LP Jardine
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      “Grave Misconduct” is a made for tv movie I watched today.

      In “Grave Misconduct” actress Crystal Bernard plays Julie London a mousey librarian who dreams of becoming a mystery writer herself.

      Her friend lets her read a manuscript which the friend wrote. That evening the friend is murdered.

      Julie decides to have the book published as


      her own work.

      Soon a killer starts to use plot lines from the book killing people associated with Julie during her book tour. Four other authors are on the tour too.

      Her publisher Margo (played by Roxanne Hart) keeps pushing her into continuing publicise the real murders in order to promote the tour.

      Detective Kyle begins to ...


      • wonder what Julie’s connection is to the victims.

        Julie tells the detective that she stole the book after the fourth murder.

        Interestingly, Julie finds out when the killer Trent (played by Vincent Spano) abducts her that her friend Angela did not write the book either. Trent did, he was a psychopath in an asylum who wrote

        the feelings down and that is what became the book. He resented that the book was published.

        Julie ends up being rescued by Detective Kyle, and admits to the public that she did not write that book.

        I thought the character of Julie was a bit mousey but I am sure that was the way the part worked.




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