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Movies are checked out for one week - unlike music and books.

February list by Nanette Alderman
The Blake Mysteries: Ghost Stories
The Blake Mysteries: Ghost Stories
Nadine Garner, Joel Tobeck, Belinda McClory, Tom Wren, Emma Annand, and Joshua Orpin, 2018, not rated

This sequel to Doctor Blake Mysteries follows Jean Blake as she takes on the mantle of her husband, police surgeon Lucien Blake, as a solver of mysteries following his disappearance eighteen months after their marriage. Jean Blake dives into the world of secrets and crime as she becomes the solver of secrets to investigate Ballarat's most infamous unsolved mysteries.

Crossword Mysteries: Proposing Murder
Crossword Mysteries: Proposing MurderKimberly J. Brown, Lacey Chabert, Barbara Niven, and Brennan Elliott, 2019, not rated

When an old friend of New York Sentinel crossword puzzle editor Tess Harper is found murdered on the day the Sentinel's crossword puzzle includes his marriage proposal, Tess teams up with Detective Logan O'Connor to find the killer. As she grows closer to the truth, she fears it could ruin everyone's happily ever after.

Inside Our
Inside OutEriq La Salle, Steven Weber, and Russell Wong, 2005, not rated 

When an enigmatic psychiatrist moves into a suburban community, his secretive behavior spins a web of chaos around the neighborhood. With a friend against friend, husband against wife, and an angered patriarch takes it upon himself to solve the mystery of the doctor.

My Life Is Murder
My Life Is Murder. Series 1Lucy Lawless, Ebony Vagulans, Bernard Curry, and Alex Andreas, 2019,
not rated

A contemporary Australian detective drama about retired cop Alexa Crowe. With her old boss regularly asking for her insight on cold cases and a young police data analyst eager to be mentored, whether Alexa wants to or not, Alexa can't seem to stop solving crime.

Ordinary Days
Ordinary DaysJacqueline Byers, Michael Xavier, Joris Jarsky, Torri Higginson, and Richard Clarkin, 2017, rated tv-14

The mysterious disappearance of a bright, athletic college student over five tense days played from three different perspectives. Her spiraling parents, the troubled detective assigned to the case and finally, the young woman herself.

Vera. Set 9Brenda Blethyn and Jon Morrison, 2019, not rated

Vera is called to the scene of the murder of trainee forensic psychologist Joanne Caswell, whose body has been found dumped at a landfill site. Vera zeroes in on Joanne's re-examination of an old crime, following the trail of the dead woman's investigation in order to catch her killer. Vera is confronted with the sight of Caden Lennon's murder, by knife, in a coastal town's shipyard.