Jane Alexander, a longtime Marin County resident whose murder-solving crusade became the subject of a book, magazine articles and TV shows, died last December at the age of 86. It was not until she turned 60 that she forged the identity for which she is most remembered. As a 1994 co-founder of a nonprofit organization called Citizens Against Homicide, she helped solve crimes, opposed paroling convicted murderers and lobbied police departments to stay on top of stalled murder cases. In 2006, Mrs. Alexander received the Minerva Award, created by Maria Shriver to honor women who have achieved extraordinary things. Although I know probably no one here other than me will record this Hallmark Channel movie premiering Saturday evening (repeated three times), here is the blurb on Hallmark's web site: It's a decent cast, based on a true story, perhaps even interesting.