Your favorite crime-solving librarian is back!

“Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: The Disappearing Game,” the latest installment of the popular Hallmark Movies & Mysteries franchise, premieres on Sunday with a whole new case for Aurora “Roe” Teagarden (Candace Cameron Bure) to solve. This time, new Hallmark favorite Niall Matter is joining in on the dangerous fun.

“In the quadrangle of Lawrenceton College at night, a sculpture is defaced by a group of young men whose faces are not seen; a bucket of paint dumped over the odd-looking piece of art,” the movie’s synopsis begins. “The next day, Aurora Teagarden’s mom, Aida (Marilu Henner), points out the handsome new professor moving in across the street from Aurora.”

Clayton Harrison (Thomas Elms), who attends the school with Aurora’s cousin, Phillip Pifer (Dylan Sloane), is arrested for the crime. This connection alone wasn’t enough for Roe to lend her sleuthing services, but when Phillip doesn’t show up to his own birthday dinner the next night and tells her that he’s sick, she knows something’s going on.

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Candace Cameron Bure returns as Aurora Teagarden in “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: The Disappearing Game.” Crown Media / David Owen Strongman

“She goes to check on him in the dorm and discovers that both he and his roommate are not there,” the synopsis continues. “She soon discovers the body of Phillip’s roommate’s girlfriend behind a hair salon, and with both Josh and Phillip still unaccounted for, she knows she needs to solve this case in order to exonerate Phillip from any suspicion. Doing that while keeping one step ahead of Lawrenceton police detective Arthur Smith (Peter Benson) will be, as it always is, tricky.”

Luckily, she has someone new to help her. That new neighbor her mother mentioned, Nick Miller (Matter), seems to be very curious about the crime, and he’s willing to help her out. The Real Murders club members Jason Dell (James Rittinger) and Sally Allison (Lexa Doig) are also ready to help Aurora solve this case.

“Before the last piece of the puzzle falls into place, Aurora and her band of unlikely detectives will uncover lies, lies and more lies on every front,” the synopsis reveals. “And they will also uncover a kidnapping plot gone awry, some very real kidnapping, the tragic death of an innocent bystander, and an attempted cover up that will break up a once-happy family who once had everything to look forward to.”

Who’s behind all the crimes going on at the college? Find out when “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: The Disappearing Game” debuts on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries on Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT.