Recently, I finally had time to watch the last of the three Aurora Teagarden movies produced last summer and fall, called "A Very Foul Play". In this movie, Aurora, her mother, her cousin Philip, and several members of the Real Murders Club are at a beautiful mountain resort attending a mystery novel convention. Also in attendance are Lawrenceton police chief Lynn Smith and her detective-husband Arthur Smith. There is a murder, and Aurora's cousin Philip is charged with the crime. Aurora and her friends must solve the crime ahead of the local police, who seem certain that Philip is guilty. This movie is different than the previous Aurora Teagarden mysteries, not only in the mountain resort setting, but also having the Lawrenceton police working with Aurora, rather than resenting her intrusion into the investigation. This is a nice movie to watch on a cold, late winter evening, and I highly recommend the film.
As I have previously posted, if you are new to the Aurora Teagarden Mystery series, start by watching the first film called "A Bone to Pick"' and the subsequent movies and characters will be easier to follow.