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    Inspector Barnaby Episode Guide

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    Inspector Barnaby Episode Guide

    Finde die Folgen der 21 Staffeln der Serie Inspector Barnaby. Bilder. Wissenswertes. Zuschauer. Staffel 4 Episoden. Beendet. Staffel 6 Episoden. Inspector Barnaby Episodenguide. Auswahl: Episodenliste (Überblick), Pilotfilm, Staffel 1. Inspector Barnaby Episodenliste. Auswahl: Episodenliste (Überblick). Ein Megalithenkreis, den örtlichen Druiden heilig, wird vom Landeigner Janina Reimann Baby gemacht — dann liegt er grausam getötet mittendrin. Die Episode "Eine Hochzeit und dreieinhalb Todesfälle" ist die 5. Ein mörderisch guter Song. Wenn der Morgen graut Shot at Dawn. Barnaby muss erst herausfinden, dass der Gitarrist eine Beziehung Schuldfrage einem Groupie hatte, von der seine Tochter stammt, und sich jetzt an den Bandkollegen rächt, die seine Freundin zerstört haben. Die Vögel. Shot at Dawn. Originaltitel: TBD Erstausstrahlung: Send in the Clowns. Small Mercies.

    It's not long before their investigations turn sinister, when Nick's rival, Otto Benham, is brutally murdered after having wine bottles catapulted at him, all within view of his wife.

    The victim was well known to the family and had been on a tour of the factory the day before his body was found, around the same time that the Plummers had been discussing the state of the floundering business during a general meeting, to which Ralph Plummer had angered his siblings by refusing to sell it.

    It's not long before legal documents, resentment of the family, and odd sightings, add to the mystery of the investigations. Richard Cameron.

    Last appearance of DS Dan Scott. Peter and Caroline Cave are house-hunting in Midsomer Newton. Shortly before leaving their hotel they mention they haven't been able to find what they're looking for; "something old and derelict that they can do up.

    At the estate agents they are told the house is not yet available for viewing. Later that evening they find the house on their own.

    However, Caroline has read up on the cottage's haunted reputation and only reluctantly explores it with Peter.

    The next morning they are found strangled in their own car. DCI Barnaby starts the investigation with the help of PC Ben Jones and they come across the world of estate agents, identical twins, ghosts, piano wire, and more before another body turns up.

    Villagers of Midsomer Barton are all set to celebrate Oak Apple Week, especially as the carnival queen event is set to return after an eight year absence.

    Yet the body of the mother of a deceased, one-time carnival queen, found in a stream, looks set to spoil things, as Barnaby and Jones find themselves digging up the past.

    From familiar faces, to drunken boasts and hidden obessions, it slowly becomes clear that the mother's daughter might be the key to solving the murder, when more deaths follow.

    Michael Aitkens. Wealthy, eccentric and obese aristocrat Freddy Butler drops dead, shortly after gathering all three of his wives at Haddington Hall to make an announcement.

    Although George Bullard is adamant his death is from natural causes, the case is far from simple when Freddy's solicitor is deliberately killed in a house fire shortly afterwards and Freddy's will goes missing.

    Barnaby and Jones find themselves investigating the extended Butler family, uncovering hidden secrets, illegitimate children and elusive treasure in the process.

    Douglas Watkinson. Martin Barrett, a local council clerk living in Midsomer Worthy, is murdered during the night by shotgun, prompting Barnaby and Jones to find a motive for his murder.

    When they discover that Barrett was an expert blackmailer, his victims become prime suspects for his death — from a local pub landlord, a cleaner, a prominent member of the police board, to a former marine geologist.

    As they investigate, finding themselves drawn to the seaside, they slowly uncover deception, theft, attempted blackmail and hatred.

    In the village of Broughton, a ninety-year-old battle of the sexes has often occurred, with men trying to oppose an event that the women have managed to successfully hold without interruption, until it culminates with casualties on both sides — Mildred Danvers, an elderly woman who had returned on the day of a funeral and poisoned in her hotel room, and Rev.

    Anthony Gant, shot during a major event being held in the village green, in view of many. It soon becomes clear someone may have wished to kill both to cover up a dark truth, and soon Barnaby has to figure out who amongst the village wanted both dead, complicated further when Gant's curate is murdered next.

    Villagers in Elverton-cum-Latterly are up in arms and divided, over the building of a supermarket. Things soon come to a head when independent environmental supervisor, Frank Hopkirk, is found stabbed to death at a Jubb's Timber Yard, the site of the new supermarket, by a pair of children.

    When Barnaby and Jones investigate to determine who wanted Hopkirk dead, they find out that he secretly came to the village under various aliases for sexual rendezvous with various women in fantasy role-playing scenarios, and that he had been making further investigations on the future development site and having doubts over claims it was contaminated.

    Either someone didn't like his investigations, or someone didn't like his sexual appetite, but either way, Barnaby finds himself investigating lies and more to uncover the truth.

    David Lawrence. Barnaby and DC Ben Jones Jason Hughes find themselves attempting to unravel the deaths of a choir tenor, and later a bird watcher, before more murders occur.

    The case is complicated by a rivalry between the Midsomer Worthy and Aston Wherry choirs, due to compete in an upcoming competition, and suspicions that an art scam is to be conducted, and soon Barnaby and Jones become concerned about a local woman, who they fear may become a victim herself.

    Particularly when it becomes clear the bird watcher had been photographing suspicious activity of late. A few months ago, Annie Woodrow was arrested, accused of murdering her friend, Frances Trevelyan, on the motive of wanting Frances' husband.

    Her time in court has come, but DCI Barnaby is certain she still is holding things back in regards to the murder, and decides to monitor the trial.

    Yet a chance remark by Frances' youngest daughter, and a meeting with an old friend and psychiatrist, makes him begin to doubt the evidence for her conviction.

    Soon he and DC Jones, awaiting news of his promotion to DS, find themselves reinvestigating the case, and it soon becomes clear that they may have missed details that could implicate another in the murder.

    A disused airfield near Morton Fendle is the location for a romantic evening between young Simon Bright and his girlfriend Laura Sharp — absolutely nothing could ruin their date.

    The next morning, when Frances Kirby is out for her morning jog, she notices the vintage car they were in up at the airfield, containing Simon Bright's dead body, with Laura nowhere to be seen.

    Jones can't work out whether it was a suicide pact or murder. Furthermore, they've got to find Miss Sharp and their investigation leads them to linking Simon and Laura with the villagers of Morton Fendle, who met at Elaine Trim's dancing classes.

    Eventually, the Barnaby family plus Jones make it to a 40s style dance night at the village hall before more villagers start turning up dead.

    Things become even more complex when Rex's body is found in a nearby river, bearing wounds that suggest he was murdered. Barnaby and Jones are soon on the case, trying to establish who would have wanted the elderly man dead.

    Several people soon come forward with multiple wills, which confuse the matter, but when two more people, close friends of Rex, are also murdered, the investigation raises question on the motive, leading Barnaby to wonder if it was down to finances, passion, or something from Rex's past.

    Following the death of Alan King while on a business trip to China, the family company, King's Crystal, is in financial trouble. As plans to shut the Midsomer Magna factory are being put into action, Alan's wife Hilary and brother Charles are married in the village church — much to the dismay of Alan's son Ian.

    In addition to strife between members of the family, the factory workers are outraged at the loss of their jobs. So when company accountant Peter Baxter is found murdered, Barnaby and Jones suspect a disgruntled employee is to blame.

    But in order to investigate the matter further, Jones is forced to work undercover, and infiltrate the local group of Freemasons in the village.

    The music lovers of Midsomer County are delighted when a host of bands arrives for the Midsomer Rocks festival. Barnaby himself is particularly looking forward to seeing recently re-formed rock band, Hired Gun, perform on stage, but he soon gets close to the band for rather unfortunate reasons.

    During their opening performance, the band's singer, Mimi Suzi Quatro , falls to the ground dead — electrocuted by a wire that had been run through the microphone stand.

    Barnaby and Jones soon find the rest of the band could be targets, and when another is killed, questions are raised as to whether former band member, Ginger Foxton, who went missing for 30 years and is presumed dead, is still at large.

    The detectives soon have to delve into a world of rock music, drug use and greed, to find the truth. The detectives are baffled as to a motive for murder — until they consider that the newly engaged Dr James Kirkwood may have been the intended victim.

    Before long, Barnaby and Jones are heading to Wales — former home to Delyth Mostyn, James's fiancee, to delve deeper into the mystery.

    There are certainly possible suspects in the murder and attempt on Kirkwood, from Delyth's children, who oppose the engagement, Delyth's husband, and more, as the detectives investigate things, in hopes of uncovering the truth before a major walk is to take place on Mount Snowdon.

    In the build-up to Luxton Deeping's annual photographic exhibition, a battle rages between the traditional and digital photographers of the pretty village.

    The dispute seems harmless enough — until Lionel Bell is found murdered in a nearby woodland, strangled with the cord of his light meter. Barnaby soon gets to work tracking down the killer, but it seems someone is trying to implicate the detective in the murder.

    And once he is replaced on the case, finding the culprit seems less likely than ever, as his replacement is more concerned of an upcoming wedding than the investigation.

    Barnaby is forced to work off the case to uncover who is framing him, and who wants dead other photographers in the village.

    The residents of Midsomer Magna are thrilled when a production crew arrives at the local manor house to film a version of The Scarlet Pimpernel.

    But the crew members aren't the only visitors to the area — Jones has spotted notorious criminal George Ince nearby. But when the director, Nick Cheney, is found dead — his head severed by a prop guillotine — Barnaby must discover who would have wanted the victim dead.

    It soon becomes clear that things are not so simple, and the detectives soon have to shift through varying motives, layered by lies, hidden truths, and a possible robbery to be committed.

    Barnaby is in Midsomer Holm, bidding farewell to reformed criminal Ronnie Tyler, who has taken part in a rehabilitation scheme in the village.

    Also present is disgraced ex-policeman Jack Colby, a former colleague of Barnaby's — but Jack refuses to talk to his old friend. When Jack is murdered, the detective must delve into the dark secrets in the victim's past.

    There are certainly dark secrets to uncover, and Barnaby has to determine whether the victim's part in a scandal years earlier at Causton police station, is key to the mystery behind his death.

    It isn't long before he finds that Eddie Marston is attempting blackmail, and soon murdered as a result, and that Lord Holm is in love with Jack's wife, psychotherapist Gina.

    It's a good day for the Hicks family, as the name of Tommy Hicks — who was executed during World War I for "cowardice and desertion" — is added to the list on Midsomer Parva's war memorial.

    Tommy's son Lionel and grandson Dave, mayor of Causton and whom Barnaby does not like owing to dodgy building work by the mayor's company , are thrilled, but the snooty Hammonds are decidedly less pleased.

    Henry, the patriarch of the Hammond family, is particularly riled by his insalubrious neighbours, and has nurtured a long-running feud with the Hickses.

    But the evening after a battle re-enactment in the village, Henry is murdered — and Barnaby must delve into the history of the two families to find the killer, discovering a web of fraud, lies, and hidden truths.

    At the lavish reception at Bledlow Hall that follows, however, tragedy strikes — maid of honour Marina Fellowes is found murdered in one of the rooms by some of the guests.

    With their honeymoon cancelled, the Fitzroys must contend with a police presence in their home, as Barnaby and Jones try to learn more about the family history.

    It soon becomes clear there are secrets, deception, and an illegtimate son involved in the mystery, which is further complicated when the estate manager is killed by an arrow.

    Barnaby and Jones are in Dunstan to investigate the deaths of a reclusive couple. As they try to establish whether Ron and Libby Wilson were murdered or died of natural causes, their attention is drawn to a dispute raging between a local builder and road protesters nearby.

    When another death occurs, the detectives learn that there are plenty of dark secrets and fierce hostilities in this apparently idyllic village.

    Will Jack Purdy's quick temper lead to violence? How far would the protesters go to prevent the bypass being built? And do current events somehow relate to the death of Michael Wilson many years earlier?

    When the body of Londoner Charlie Finleyson is discovered in woodland near Midsomer Sonning, Barnaby and Jones find themselves investigating employees at local Midsomer Life magazine.

    It turns out the dead man was married to the ex-wife of Guy Sandys, the wealthy owner of the publication.

    As the detectives become aware of a feud between Guy and the proprietor of the Morecroft Hotel, tensions are also heating up between the locals and visiting Londoners.

    Soon Barnaby and Jones find themselves to trying to piece together the truth about the murder, and learn that someone might be trying to conceal something in their past.

    A children's magic show goes horribly wrong when one of the performers dies during a trick. Barnaby and Jones discover that the victim was poisoned with a rare toxin extracted from Ecuadorean poison frogs — so the hunt is on for a particularly ruthless and imaginative killer.

    The detectives soon learn that a feud is raging between local occult practitioner Ernest Balliol and famous writer Aloysius Wilmington.

    While some of the villagers — such as Ernest's daughter Isolde — believe that powerful magical forces are at play, others think the reasons for the bloodshed may have their roots in the distant past.

    Barnaby and Jones soon find themselves delving into the occult, magic, and ancients books of power, to determine what happened, and soon sense a mixture of both might be the motive for the murder, when a book shop owner is killed with shattered glass, laced in the same poison.

    Barnaby and Jones are forced to take part in a team building exercise and Tom has plenty of problems dealing with the young, new, acting Chief Superintendent, John Cotton Nick Fletcher.

    Following an explosion in a truck that had been stored in a truck depot, a body is soon discovered in a nearby lake, which turns out to be Alec Grainger, who had been seen arguing with James Parkes Joseph Millson , the son of Colonel Matt Parkes Tim Pigott-Smith.

    James appears to be involved in shady business deals and is blamed by his grandmother Caroline Halsey Judy Parfitt — and others — for the suicide of a woman he got pregnant two years before.

    Barnaby and Jones find themselves delving into a mixture of fraud, smuggling, and lies, trying to piece together the truth. When two couples vanish into thin air in the village of Monks Barton, Barnaby and Jones hear rumours of haunted woods and witchcraft.

    Barnaby remains sceptical of this, even when an unidentified body is found in a shallow grave and the missing start turning up dead. He soon has to determine if ghosts, criminals, or something else, is behind the abductions and murders.

    No one could suspect that a prestigious golf club would be the setting for murder, but when one of the major members is found dead, bludgeoned to death in a thicket next to the 13th hole, Barnaby and Jones try to determine what made him leave the fairway.

    It seems the club has a rift between the snobbish members, and local villagers, the latter only allowed onto the course for a few hours a week.

    Before long, another member turns up dead, and the detectives soon find the club has a hidden history, involving gambling, illegal money lending and assault, prompting the pair to determine if a club member, or one of its staff, is responsible for the deeds.

    When another Hogson is stolen, Barnaby decides to become an expert on the Midsomer painter, with the help of art teacher Matilda Simms Susannah Harker.

    He soon realises the paintings are not what they seem — but the death toll is rising. Geoffrey is soon gashed to death after a cricket match in Midsomer Parva, and the locals blame the 'beast of Midsomer'.

    However, Barnaby — a former spy himself — soon realises that the killing has links to Allenby House and Cold War Berlin , but is initially thrown off the case by MI6.

    Midsomer University science fellow and cycling enthusiast George Jeffers David Haig threatens to make public a problem with his state-of-the-art invention Kernel Logic, but American software boss Clinton Finn fears he will lose millions if the truth comes out.

    When a schoolteacher is killed in a hit-and-run, Barnaby suspects Jeffers was the intended target.

    The subsequent murder of a fellow cyclist Philip Jackson brings the involvement of fellow University associates Jonathan Cecil and Jim Norton into sharper focus.

    In the peaceful village of Little Worthy, Bob Moss was about to open up his beloved model village, when he found a gruesome extra attraction.

    Young local, Richard Tanner, had been stabbed in the side and his corpse tied down like Gulliver in Lilliput. Barnaby and Jones wonder who wanted him dead, but when the woman he was secretly meeting is killed during the village's Crazy Craft race, the pair have to delve in and discover who might be lying and hiding secrets.

    A cat burglar is on the loose, one known as "the Creeper", but the wave of burglaries he or she have committed, seem to have finally led to murder, when David Roper Rik Mayall is found smothered in his bed on the Chettham family estate.

    Yet Barnaby and Jones learn he may have been planning to write a book that could have been quite uncomfortable for someone, leading the pair to determine whether members of the Chettham family, or their friends, were responsible.

    A sleep-walking school teacher Nancy Carroll starts to believe she has slit the throats of her mentor Tim Wylton and a local handyman man in her sleep, but her friends Paola Dionisotti and Monica Dolan are not convinced that she is the culprit, nor is Barnaby.

    A local philanthropist Paul Chapman and his social-climbing wife Suzanne Burden are planning the annual Frobisher night — but will it go without a hitch, and can they identify the killer?

    The residents of Milton Cross, a feudal estate with a church, farms, houses and acres of land, depend on lord of the manor Edward Milton for their livelihoods.

    But when Sonia Woodley is stabbed in the churchyard two years after the death of her abusive husband Gerald, Barnaby and Jones investigate, trying to work out who killed her.

    It soon becomes clear someone took a pair of tailor scissors to do the deed, but who amongst the villagers could have done so, is unclear, and the investigation is complicated, when the pair learn the local Anglican priest, the parish vicar, had received a letter from Sonia.

    When he himself is killed, the pair believe something in the letter may be key to solving the mystery. Barnaby is not convinced about Mayor David Hicks' plans to revive an annual trip to Brighton, suspecting his proposal to buy coastal land there, is rather a fraudulent scheme.

    Naturally, he joins the trip, but during their time in Brighton, a hated property developer Tim McInnerny is beheaded on a ghost house ride, prompting Barnaby to team up with his cousin to determine whether the developer's renters, the mayor, a gloomy reverend Mark Gatiss , or the lady of a large estate are responsible, and soon discovers a hotbed of jealously, debt, lies and more, conceal a far darker secret.

    Ford Florey is a town with a Wild West Society and many grudges. During a Wild West show at the local faire, the witch on the 'Dunk the Witch' stall is well and truly dunked but laughter soon turns to horror when she doesn't get up and the water in the tank starts to turn red.

    Barnaby and Jones need to be quick on the draw to track down the murderer, and soon begin to wonder whether a dispute over land was the motive, or something far more sinister, especially when more people are killed, with methods linked to the Wild West.

    On a dark night in the village of March Magna, Barnaby's wife Joyce swerves her car and narrowly misses a shadowy figure in the road — or so she thinks, when later that night a body is discovered in the old cemetery.

    The victim was a member of the council who was strange and weird, but someone seemed to have quite a grudge on him, and so Barnaby and Jones delve into his background, and the village, attempting to determine who might have wanted him dead, finding ghosts, grudges, and more beneath the village's surface.

    Yet when she is there, things become mysterious when from the river bank in the grounds of the manor she sees a woman jump from the bridge and disappear underwater.

    Death and Dreams. Painted in Blood. A Tale of Two Hamlets. Birds of Prey. The Green Man. Bad Tidings. The Fisher King. Sins of Commission.

    The Maid in Splendour. The Straw Woman. Ghosts of Christmas Past. Christmas Day Things that Go Bump in the Night. Dead in the Water.

    Orchis Fatalis. Bantling Boy. Second Sight. Hidden Depths. Sauce for the Goose. Midsomer Rhapsody. The House in the Woods. Dead Letters.

    Vixen's Run. Down Among the Dead Men. Country Matters. Death in Chorus. Last Years Model. Dance with the Dead. The Animal Within.

    The Kings Crystal. The Axeman Cometh. Picture of Innocence. They Seek Him Here. Death in a Chocolate Box.

    Blood Wedding. Shot at Dawn. Left for Dead. Midsomer Life. The Magician's Nephew. Days of Misrule. Talking to the Dead. While there was evidence he was desperately seeking to avoid bankruptcy, and had visited a local millionaire to get back his money from a scheme he had invested in, a post mortem reveals that he had been murdered.

    The two detectives soon find their investigations crossing over, when a man found to have an illegal collection of bird eggs, is also murdered, prompting concerns that the millionaire's scheme is being used to defraud many, and that someone is willing to kill to keep the scheme going.

    Last regular appearance of DS Gavin Troy. Peter J. First appearance of DS Dan Scott. Several decades ago, Roger Heldman died in what appeared to be an accident at a dig near to Midsomer Barrow, shortly after it had turned up two important Celtic pieces.

    When one of them, a spear, is used to kill his son Gareth, a womaniser like his father, Barnaby and Scott delve into a world of falsehoods, rituals, lies and hidden interrelationships, to uncover the truth.

    Initial suspicions lie to both the local river keeper, Harry Green, and the victim's half-brother, David Hartley-Reade, until new evidence suggests Roger was murdered.

    Then David is murdered during the climax of a summer solstice celebration, while performing a ceremony to save his failing marriage.

    While Midsomer St Michael prepares for the 12th year of its Literary Festival, which often becomes a hotbed for feuding writers, editors and publishers, Barnaby and Scott are called to the village to investigate who had expertly broken the neck of a former prize-winning author.

    They soon find that the world of fictional writing is far darker than it appears, when the victim's editor is shortly found dead during the festival's opening ceremony, leading the detectives to uncover lies, fraud and hidden truths, as the pair search for a connection behind the deaths.

    As a conflict between residents of Midsomer Worthy and commercial developers brews over the fate of a local pub, the Maid In Splendour, a popular barman who works there, Jamie Cruickshank, is found dead at an abandoned cottage in woods near to the village.

    As Barnaby and Scott investigate, they wonder who wanted him dead when the pub's new manager, Stephen Bannerman, seemed a more likely target after they find that he was thoroughly disliked and was threatening to tear the Splendour down.

    When Bannerman is soon murdered, the detectives wonder if Jamie's murder was unintentional. When the village of Midsomer Parva set alight the straw effigy of a woman as part of the revival of an old pagan festival, no one could foresee it ending in tragedy when the local curate screams out in agony from within the effigy.

    His death quickly turns the community against Liz Francis, the local teacher who organized it, yet as Barnaby and Scott investigate his murder, they soon discover that the curate had been in conflict with Alan Clifford, a pornographer who had moved into the area recently.

    When more people suddenly die from bouts of spontaneous human combustion, the detectives soon suspect someone is using the illusion of witchcraft to hide the motive behind the murders.

    Nine years after Ferdinand Villiers committed suicide at his family's home of Draycott Hall, the extended Villiers family gather together to celebrate Christmas.

    When a note in a Christmas cracker proclaims that two members of the family will be dead by midnight on Boxing Day, everyone assumes it to be nothing more than a joke until Aunt Lydia, the eldest member of the family, nearly dies from smoke suffocation before falling down the stairs during the night.

    Just before she dies from her injuries, Barnaby learns from her that someone had pushed her and soon discovers her near-death earlier in the evening was no accident.

    Both he and Scott soon find themselves trying to determine the motive for Lydia's death, and quickly uncover many secrets and lies tied to Ferdinand's suicide, before another member of the family is killed in what appears to be a shooting accident.

    When local undertaker, Patrick Pennyman, is found by his wife bludgeoned to death in his own chapel of rest with a heavy object, Barnaby and Scott find themselves wondering who within Fletcher's Cross left him with a shocked look upon his face before he was killed.

    As they investigate, the pair quickly find themselves drawn towards a local spiritualist church that had been heavily controversial in the village, after a friend of Joyce, investigating both the church and the undertaker on suspicion that they stole from the dead and used information acquired from them, is murdered shortly after the latest spiritualist meeting.

    A day at the annual Midsomer Regatta is cut short for Barnaby, when the body of Guy Sweetman, a member of a local boating club, emerges from the river at Morton Shallows.

    Both he and Scott quickly learn that Guy was a ladies' man with many enemies, and had been in secret meetings with a few other members.

    It's not long before the two detectives uncover lies, jealously, a planned robbery and blackmail, before the latest woman Guy loved and was planning to marry, is attacked and nearly killed.

    When a female classics scholar, a member of a group of orchid lovers, is found poisoned in her own home by a local handyman, Barnaby find himself returning to Midsomer Malham the day after he and his wife had helped out in the village's annual garden show.

    It quickly transpires that the victim not only had a secret lover, but had also smuggled a rare, priceless, one-of-a-kind orchid — the Yellow Roth — out of Borneo.

    It soon becomes clear the orchid was the motive for her murder, when one of the other members who bought the Roth is soon found dead, with their own collection destroyed.

    A successful day at the races for the racehorse, Bantling Boy, is overshadowed the following day when Bruce Hartley, one of the horse's owners and an alcoholic horse trainer, is found murdered within the horse's stables, having been struck on the back of the head.

    Barnaby and Scott quickly learn that the night before his murder, Hartley had been in dispute with the other owners of the horse at Bantling Hall, and had refused to allow them to accept an offer to buy the horse.

    Although they assume the motive was over the sale of the horse, they soon find a darker motive when one of the other owners is murdered in the exact same fashion, but with a pennant of cloth left in their mouth.

    Barnaby and Scott are drawn into the strange world surrounding the ability of "Second Sight", when they find themselves in the village of Midsomer Mere to investigate the sudden death of John Ransom, shortly after he had been kicked out of the local pub for fighting with his brother-in-law over the upcoming baptism of his niece.

    John is quickly discovered to have been a lab rabbit for his brother Max, who suspected he had the ability, much like those of local family, the Kirbys.

    As Barnaby tries to determine if the ability is real, he soon encounters tensions between the two families, an unlucky bookmaker, a priest attempting to save the local church, a man who he swears he saw before, and more murders.

    While it appears to be suicide at first, Barnaby is quickly convinced by the evidence he sees that Nick Turner, a solicitor who lived in Midsomer Magna, did not walk off the roof of his home, but was dropped to his death.

    When it transpires that his neighbour, Jack Wilmot, has disappeared shortly after his death, both Barnaby and Scott begin a search for answers, and soon turn up rumours that Nick had lost money he had stolen from his clients' accounts.

    It's not long before their investigations turn sinister, when Nick's rival, Otto Benham, is brutally murdered after having wine bottles catapulted at him, all within view of his wife.

    The victim was well known to the family and had been on a tour of the factory the day before his body was found, around the same time that the Plummers had been discussing the state of the floundering business during a general meeting, to which Ralph Plummer had angered his siblings by refusing to sell it.

    It's not long before legal documents, resentment of the family, and odd sightings, add to the mystery of the investigations. Richard Cameron.

    Last appearance of DS Dan Scott. Peter and Caroline Cave are house-hunting in Midsomer Newton. Shortly before leaving their hotel they mention they haven't been able to find what they're looking for; "something old and derelict that they can do up.

    At the estate agents they are told the house is not yet available for viewing. Later that evening they find the house on their own.

    However, Caroline has read up on the cottage's haunted reputation and only reluctantly explores it with Peter.

    The next morning they are found strangled in their own car. DCI Barnaby starts the investigation with the help of PC Ben Jones and they come across the world of estate agents, identical twins, ghosts, piano wire, and more before another body turns up.

    Villagers of Midsomer Barton are all set to celebrate Oak Apple Week, especially as the carnival queen event is set to return after an eight year absence.

    Yet the body of the mother of a deceased, one-time carnival queen, found in a stream, looks set to spoil things, as Barnaby and Jones find themselves digging up the past.

    From familiar faces, to drunken boasts and hidden obessions, it slowly becomes clear that the mother's daughter might be the key to solving the murder, when more deaths follow.

    Michael Aitkens. Wealthy, eccentric and obese aristocrat Freddy Butler drops dead, shortly after gathering all three of his wives at Haddington Hall to make an announcement.

    Although George Bullard is adamant his death is from natural causes, the case is far from simple when Freddy's solicitor is deliberately killed in a house fire shortly afterwards and Freddy's will goes missing.

    Barnaby and Jones find themselves investigating the extended Butler family, uncovering hidden secrets, illegitimate children and elusive treasure in the process.

    Douglas Watkinson. Martin Barrett, a local council clerk living in Midsomer Worthy, is murdered during the night by shotgun, prompting Barnaby and Jones to find a motive for his murder.

    When they discover that Barrett was an expert blackmailer, his victims become prime suspects for his death — from a local pub landlord, a cleaner, a prominent member of the police board, to a former marine geologist.

    As they investigate, finding themselves drawn to the seaside, they slowly uncover deception, theft, attempted blackmail and hatred.

    In the village of Broughton, a ninety-year-old battle of the sexes has often occurred, with men trying to oppose an event that the women have managed to successfully hold without interruption, until it culminates with casualties on both sides — Mildred Danvers, an elderly woman who had returned on the day of a funeral and poisoned in her hotel room, and Rev.

    Anthony Gant, shot during a major event being held in the village green, in view of many. It soon becomes clear someone may have wished to kill both to cover up a dark truth, and soon Barnaby has to figure out who amongst the village wanted both dead, complicated further when Gant's curate is murdered next.

    Villagers in Elverton-cum-Latterly are up in arms and divided, over the building of a supermarket. Things soon come to a head when independent environmental supervisor, Frank Hopkirk, is found stabbed to death at a Jubb's Timber Yard, the site of the new supermarket, by a pair of children.

    When Barnaby and Jones investigate to determine who wanted Hopkirk dead, they find out that he secretly came to the village under various aliases for sexual rendezvous with various women in fantasy role-playing scenarios, and that he had been making further investigations on the future development site and having doubts over claims it was contaminated.

    Either someone didn't like his investigations, or someone didn't like his sexual appetite, but either way, Barnaby finds himself investigating lies and more to uncover the truth.

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    The case is complicated by a rivalry between the Midsomer Worthy and Aston Wherry choirs, due to compete in an upcoming competition, and suspicions that an art scam is to be conducted, and soon Barnaby and Jones become concerned about a local woman, who they fear may become a victim herself.

    Particularly when it becomes clear the bird watcher had been photographing suspicious activity of late. A few months ago, Annie Woodrow was arrested, accused of murdering her friend, Frances Trevelyan, on the motive of wanting Frances' husband.

    Her time in court has come, but DCI Barnaby is certain she still is holding things back in regards to the murder, and decides to monitor the trial.

    Yet a chance remark by Frances' youngest daughter, and a meeting with an old friend and psychiatrist, makes him begin to doubt the evidence for her conviction.

    Soon he and DC Jones, awaiting news of his promotion to DS, find themselves reinvestigating the case, and it soon becomes clear that they may have missed details that could implicate another in the murder.

    A disused airfield near Morton Fendle is the location for a romantic evening between young Simon Bright and his girlfriend Laura Sharp — absolutely nothing could ruin their date.

    The next morning, when Frances Kirby is out for her morning jog, she notices the vintage car they were in up at the airfield, containing Simon Bright's dead body, with Laura nowhere to be seen.

    Jones can't work out whether it was a suicide pact or murder. Furthermore, they've got to find Miss Sharp and their investigation leads them to linking Simon and Laura with the villagers of Morton Fendle, who met at Elaine Trim's dancing classes.

    Eventually, the Barnaby family plus Jones make it to a 40s style dance night at the village hall before more villagers start turning up dead.

    Things become even more complex when Rex's body is found in a nearby river, bearing wounds that suggest he was murdered. Barnaby and Jones are soon on the case, trying to establish who would have wanted the elderly man dead.

    Several people soon come forward with multiple wills, which confuse the matter, but when two more people, close friends of Rex, are also murdered, the investigation raises question on the motive, leading Barnaby to wonder if it was down to finances, passion, or something from Rex's past.

    Following the death of Alan King while on a business trip to China, the family company, King's Crystal, is in financial trouble.

    As plans to shut the Midsomer Magna factory are being put into action, Alan's wife Hilary and brother Charles are married in the village church — much to the dismay of Alan's son Ian.

    In addition to strife between members of the family, the factory workers are outraged at the loss of their jobs. So when company accountant Peter Baxter is found murdered, Barnaby and Jones suspect a disgruntled employee is to blame.

    But in order to investigate the matter further, Jones is forced to work undercover, and infiltrate the local group of Freemasons in the village.

    The music lovers of Midsomer County are delighted when a host of bands arrives for the Midsomer Rocks festival. Barnaby himself is particularly looking forward to seeing recently re-formed rock band, Hired Gun, perform on stage, but he soon gets close to the band for rather unfortunate reasons.

    During their opening performance, the band's singer, Mimi Suzi Quatro , falls to the ground dead — electrocuted by a wire that had been run through the microphone stand.

    Barnaby and Jones soon find the rest of the band could be targets, and when another is killed, questions are raised as to whether former band member, Ginger Foxton, who went missing for 30 years and is presumed dead, is still at large.

    The detectives soon have to delve into a world of rock music, drug use and greed, to find the truth. The detectives are baffled as to a motive for murder — until they consider that the newly engaged Dr James Kirkwood may have been the intended victim.

    Before long, Barnaby and Jones are heading to Wales — former home to Delyth Mostyn, James's fiancee, to delve deeper into the mystery.

    There are certainly possible suspects in the murder and attempt on Kirkwood, from Delyth's children, who oppose the engagement, Delyth's husband, and more, as the detectives investigate things, in hopes of uncovering the truth before a major walk is to take place on Mount Snowdon.

    In the build-up to Luxton Deeping's annual photographic exhibition, a battle rages between the traditional and digital photographers of the pretty village.

    The dispute seems harmless enough — until Lionel Bell is found murdered in a nearby woodland, strangled with the cord of his light meter. Barnaby soon gets to work tracking down the killer, but it seems someone is trying to implicate the detective in the murder.

    And once he is replaced on the case, finding the culprit seems less likely than ever, as his replacement is more concerned of an upcoming wedding than the investigation.

    Barnaby is forced to work off the case to uncover who is framing him, and who wants dead other photographers in the village.

    The residents of Midsomer Magna are thrilled when a production crew arrives at the local manor house to film a version of The Scarlet Pimpernel.

    But the crew members aren't the only visitors to the area — Jones has spotted notorious criminal George Ince nearby.

    But when the director, Nick Cheney, is found dead — his head severed by a prop guillotine — Barnaby must discover who would have wanted the victim dead.

    It soon becomes clear that things are not so simple, and the detectives soon have to shift through varying motives, layered by lies, hidden truths, and a possible robbery to be committed.

    Barnaby is in Midsomer Holm, bidding farewell to reformed criminal Ronnie Tyler, who has taken part in a rehabilitation scheme in the village. Also present is disgraced ex-policeman Jack Colby, a former colleague of Barnaby's — but Jack refuses to talk to his old friend.

    When Jack is murdered, the detective must delve into the dark secrets in the victim's past. There are certainly dark secrets to uncover, and Barnaby has to determine whether the victim's part in a scandal years earlier at Causton police station, is key to the mystery behind his death.

    It isn't long before he finds that Eddie Marston is attempting blackmail, and soon murdered as a result, and that Lord Holm is in love with Jack's wife, psychotherapist Gina.

    It's a good day for the Hicks family, as the name of Tommy Hicks — who was executed during World War I for "cowardice and desertion" — is added to the list on Midsomer Parva's war memorial.

    Tommy's son Lionel and grandson Dave, mayor of Causton and whom Barnaby does not like owing to dodgy building work by the mayor's company , are thrilled, but the snooty Hammonds are decidedly less pleased.

    Henry, the patriarch of the Hammond family, is particularly riled by his insalubrious neighbours, and has nurtured a long-running feud with the Hickses.

    But the evening after a battle re-enactment in the village, Henry is murdered — and Barnaby must delve into the history of the two families to find the killer, discovering a web of fraud, lies, and hidden truths.

    At the lavish reception at Bledlow Hall that follows, however, tragedy strikes — maid of honour Marina Fellowes is found murdered in one of the rooms by some of the guests.

    With their honeymoon cancelled, the Fitzroys must contend with a police presence in their home, as Barnaby and Jones try to learn more about the family history.

    It soon becomes clear there are secrets, deception, and an illegtimate son involved in the mystery, which is further complicated when the estate manager is killed by an arrow.

    Barnaby and Jones are in Dunstan to investigate the deaths of a reclusive couple. As they try to establish whether Ron and Libby Wilson were murdered or died of natural causes, their attention is drawn to a dispute raging between a local builder and road protesters nearby.

    When another death occurs, the detectives learn that there are plenty of dark secrets and fierce hostilities in this apparently idyllic village.

    Will Jack Purdy's quick temper lead to violence? How far would the protesters go to prevent the bypass being built?

    And do current events somehow relate to the death of Michael Wilson many years earlier? When the body of Londoner Charlie Finleyson is discovered in woodland near Midsomer Sonning, Barnaby and Jones find themselves investigating employees at local Midsomer Life magazine.

    It turns out the dead man was married to the ex-wife of Guy Sandys, the wealthy owner of the publication. As the detectives become aware of a feud between Guy and the proprietor of the Morecroft Hotel, tensions are also heating up between the locals and visiting Londoners.

    Soon Barnaby and Jones find themselves to trying to piece together the truth about the murder, and learn that someone might be trying to conceal something in their past.

    A children's magic show goes horribly wrong when one of the performers dies during a trick. Barnaby and Jones discover that the victim was poisoned with a rare toxin extracted from Ecuadorean poison frogs — so the hunt is on for a particularly ruthless and imaginative killer.

    The detectives soon learn that a feud is raging between local occult practitioner Ernest Balliol and famous writer Aloysius Wilmington.

    While some of the villagers — such as Ernest's daughter Isolde — believe that powerful magical forces are at play, others think the reasons for the bloodshed may have their roots in the distant past.

    Barnaby and Jones soon find themselves delving into the occult, magic, and ancients books of power, to determine what happened, and soon sense a mixture of both might be the motive for the murder, when a book shop owner is killed with shattered glass, laced in the same poison.

    Barnaby and Jones are forced to take part in a team building exercise and Tom has plenty of problems dealing with the young, new, acting Chief Superintendent, John Cotton Nick Fletcher.

    Following an explosion in a truck that had been stored in a truck depot, a body is soon discovered in a nearby lake, which turns out to be Alec Grainger, who had been seen arguing with James Parkes Joseph Millson , the son of Colonel Matt Parkes Tim Pigott-Smith.

    James appears to be involved in shady business deals and is blamed by his grandmother Caroline Halsey Judy Parfitt — and others — for the suicide of a woman he got pregnant two years before.

    Barnaby and Jones find themselves delving into a mixture of fraud, smuggling, and lies, trying to piece together the truth.

    Peter Fogden ist wild The House On The Left Side, beim Glöcknerwettstreit in Midsomer Wellow den Alessija Lause Nackt Sieg für sein Dorf zu erringen — obwohl ihm nacheinander seine Mannschaft weggemordet wird, darunter eine bildschöne Braut auf ihrer Hochzeit. Faithful Unto Death. The Straw Woman. Im Kampf um seine letzten drei Gläubigen geht der fanatische Pfarrer buchstäblich über Leichen und zeigt selbst beim Ablegen seines Geständnisses keinerlei Reue — er glaubt nur in Gottes Auftrag gehandelt zu haben. Zwei ihrer Mitarbeiter werden ermordet. A Sacred Trust. Wenn der Morgen graut Shot at Dawn. Doch nicht der Verkauf ist das Mordmotiv: Ein alter Mann wird von einer Frau vergöttert, ist jedoch in deren Tochter verliebt und tötet alle, die ihm dabei querkommen. Master Class.

    Dan Scott John Hopkins , investigate a murder at a Spanish dance party. Barnaby and Scott investigate the murder of a womanizing landowner who was killed with an Iron Age spear.

    Barnaby and Scott investigate the murder of a prize-winning author on the eve of a literary festival.

    The murder of a prize-winning author on the eve of a literary festival is investigated. The murder of a bartender seems to point to a culture clash between locals and new money at the pub where he worked, but the case takes a twist when a second man turns up dead.

    Barnaby searches for a serial killer after a local curate is burned in a strange ritual and several charred bodies are found in a church.

    Barnaby investigates the murders of an elderly woman and her niece during the Christmas season that may be related to the nine-year-old suicide of a family member.

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