Someone begins taunting Aurora Teagarden with cryptic clues left at crime scenes, so the librarian-turned-crime buff attempts to figure out who is behind the creepy “game.” But when the people closest to Aurora become targets, the game takes on a much more dangerous edge as it points to a planned murder. The 10th installment in Aurora Teagarden Mysteries.
Claire (Gina Carano), an ex-military specialist, comes home to the recent news of her father’s passing only to find herself at odds with her defiant 13-year-old son, Charlie (Anton Gillis-Adelman). With the news that Claire has inherited a large sum of money from her father’s business Charlie is kidnapped for a ransom. Instead of seeking help Claire takes one of the kidnappers, Larsen (Brendan Fehr), as a hostage and forces him to lead her on a perilous journey to rescue her son from the mysterious figure only known as the Father (Richard Dreyfuss). The trek takes Claire deep in the mountains of the Yukon, near the US – Canadian border as a winter storm approaches. As the odds of survival start to mount against Clair she has no choice but to form an unlikely alliance with Larsen in order to save her son and survive the wild of the far North.
Manny has moved to a new school, and it’s not easy to fit in. After wishing he had more friends, Manny finds a mysterious collar and puts it on Rufus, the family dog. Suddenly, Rufus turns into a boy! Manny’s not sure what to do, so he enrolls Rufus in school. When the other students notice Rufus’s silly dog antics — chasing squirrels, eating without utensils, asking for belly rubs, and catching a soccer ball with his mouth — he immediately becomes the most popular kid around. Manny is jealous of his new best friend but eventually learns that a dog’s loyalty to his owner always comes first.
Recently divorced, Laurel struggles to get into the holiday spirit while heading up her hometown Christmas parade. With the help of a Christmas sleigh and a handsome woodworker, Laurel is destined to turn her luck around, rekindle her holiday spirit and even find time for love.
A career oriented woman, Sarah Bloom, who ran away from her small town life in Massachusetts, is now living in New York City and poised to become the next big wedding planner of the famed NY social scene when she’s hired to plan the most anticipated wedding of the season. The problem: The groom is from Sarah’s home town of Williamstown, MA and wants the wedding on the family farm which is now being run by the older brother who happens to be Sarah’s first love. So, can the sophisticated city girl navigate the pitfalls of her past, possibly find true love in her future, and pull off the wedding of the season even though it might not be the one she planned for?