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Preview + Sneak Peek - Follow Your Heart

Kathy Yoder is a travel writer who has left her Amish ways behind, but when she returns home to settle her father's affairs, she is tempted to return to her former lifestyle.

Kathy Yoder is a travel writer who has left her Amish ways behind, but when she returns home to settle her father's affairs, she is tempted to return to her former lifestyle.

An old English professor is caught red-handed over a young girl's body and insists he did it, but a young man later confesses. Whodunit?
Jessica encounters murder when car trouble strands her and a fellow writer at a run-down truck stop owned by a disillusioned woman.
A red hot novel, written by a former Fletcher student, seems to expose the small town's secrets and inspires murder. Julie Adams, Gloria DeHaven, Kathryn Grayson and Ruth Roman appear again as the local gossips.
T.C.'s daughter is kidnapped when she arrives in Hawaii, and Magnum suspects the boyfriend of T.C.'s ex-wife.
A judge Carol considered her mentor is found dead after she and Magnum confronted the man with evidence that he was on the take.
While working as a counselor on a prison-farm camping trip, Higgins is targeted by three teenage convicts trying to escape.
Matlock discovers that his client, who is accused of killing a mob-hunting congressman, is the son of a major organized crime figure.
When Matlock gets caught in the middle of a full-scale mob war, his defense of a crime kingpin's son unravels with each gunshot fired and each witness eliminated.
A pyramid-scheming huckster is murdered, and Matlock hopes to sell the jury on the idea that his client was framed by one of three suspects, all with motive and opportunity.
A street musician is murdered six different ways and the killer is threatening to strike again, but Monk and his colleagues are forced to the sidelines by obnoxious FBI agents.
Monk goes to the emergency room with a persistent nose bleed, which he becomes convinced is actually a cerebral hemorrhage, and discovers the doctor he sought out for second opinion, dead on his office floor.
When a deceased dog is accused of murder, Monk finds himself in the employ of his biggest fan, Marci Maven. Obsessive-compulsive meets completely obsessed.
Monk, in a nervous stupor, agrees to help a rapper accused of murdering a rival. The problem is, Monk thinks he might have done it.
Monk is asked to consult on the murder of a woman, but his issues with nudity hamper his skills.
When a realtor is shot and killed while showing off a house to a couple, Monk and Natalie suspect the killer to be the victim's partner - who happens to be Stottlemeyer's girlfriend Linda Fusco.
Monk is on the trail of a man who seems to have committed the perfect crime when he murdered his wife and an intruder, and Natalie worries that Julie's new relationship is progressing too fast.
Monk, in competition with one of Dr. Kroger's other patients, gets conned into helping his son find buried treasure. The problem is, it has ties to a recent bank robbery.
Monk's arch-nemesis, Harold Krenshaw, catapults to fame after he falls from a tower and survives. Now Monk must figure out if he's the real Frisco Flyer before someone dies.
A convicted murderer put away by Monk is exonerated. Monk must figure out what really happened to keep his remaining shred of confidence.
Monk obsesses about a woman he bumped into on the street, and the resulting insomnia causes him to witness a crime that apparently didn't occur.
Monk's less than holiday mood is only worsened when he's accused of shooting Santa and becomes the most hated man in the city.
A good Samaritan witnesses a cult style murder but the evidence doesn't add up. Mr. Monk goes undercover with the "Siblings of the Sun" to solve the crime.
When Monk's bank is robbed, he's desperate to help with the investigation; when Captain Stottlemeyer won't let him, Monk takes up an unusual position at the bank.
A small town editor in Montana threatens to claim in public that he is the real author of a dead man's manuscript.