This, for me, was a simple plot conveyed in a charmless manner. Why suggest a very specific locale (Martha's Vineyard) and not convey anything that reflects the New England charm (and even hint of a Massachusetts accent) of the Vineyard -- including by the protagonists who reference being 'natives' and 'returning home from Boston'? The plot was transparent, the clues unsubtle, the characters not compelling, and portrayals far from realistic. The part-time ME (the daughter of the Chief of Police) and a retired (for/on disability Boston Police Detective) are apparently de facto deputized to solve a murder and help out the Chief (whose term in office apparently may not be extended). The Physician Daughter hunting clues on the shoreline (in heels), trying to look 'like a physician' with facemask examining a piece of alleged evidence (and appearing to mishandle both), the discovery of tire tracks more than a day after the crime, the running off from evidence (without reporting or securing it), the failure to close doors/secure premises, taking evidence for perusal when sitting at a bar (and leaving it on a bar and turning their back on a victim's property), an experienced and retired detective ostensibly relying on something he says he learned from his father's estate being in probate -- versus basic known (especially by an investigator) information, breach of basic procedures and common sense -- and so much more, suggest a Hardy Boy Meets-Nancy Drew level story. [And the plot line is so transparent you wonder why the Chief, his physician daughter, and the retired Boston detective take so very long.] Given the fee to view this show, I found viewing to be more a chore than entertainment. Martha's Vineyard and the novels that ostensibly inspired this movie -- and viewers -- in my opinion, deserve better. My advice: Save your time (and money if viewing requires a fee).