The lives of elderly eccentrics William and Mary Bingham come under police scrutiny when a social services investigator is murdered. Barnaby and Jones must unearth generations of family secrets to find the killer.
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Nothing is what it seems behind the well-trimmed hedges and net curtains of the picturesque cottages in the idyllic county of Midsomer. Beneath the tranquil surface, dark secrets exist – scandals, jealousy and downright evil. Indeed – murder and blackmail are surprisingly commonplace amongst the eccentric inhabitants…
A prestigious golf club is the setting for murder when a player is bludgeoned to death on the 13th hole. Barnaby and Jones discover gambling, illegal money lending and assault are rife among the snobbish members.
Barnaby becomes an unwelcome guest at local baron Ned Fitzroy's wedding when the maid of honour is stabbed to death. What secrets are lurking in Midsomer high society?
When the body of a young man is found in a World War Two Humber full of exhaust fumes it looks like suicide. But Simon Bright was not alone - and he was hit on the head before he died.
Barnaby and Jones set about investigating the garrotting of a couple outside a deserted house. The house is considered to be haunted by the locals and so the murders draw a lot of attention.
Suspicions focus on a spiritualist group following the murder of an undertaker. When Joyce's friend dies, Barnaby and Scott suspect a link between the funeral parlour and the spiritualists.
The Barnaby-Troy partnership is about to come to an end, as Troy has passed his inspector's exam and is moving on. However, the murderers of Midsomer go on piling up the bodies.
In the Village of Malham Bridge, Barnaby and Troy have to solve a double murder when a feisty former socialite and a local Casanova are found bludgeoned to death together.
Barnaby and Troy investigate death threats against the beautiful daughter of Midsomer Malham manor. But when the girl turns up dead, they have a murderer to bring to justice.
Barnaby and Troy investigate the death of a woman whose family has regained ownership of their ancestral home. The family proposed changes to the manor, incensing the locals, revealing a motive for murder.
Troy is in the Midsomer Worthy cricket eleven for the annual match against Fletchers Cross, so he is on the spot when the wife of Robert Cavendish, the Team Captain, is found bludgeoned to death with a cricket bat.
Shortly after the successful theatrical director, Simon Fletcher arrives in Badgers Drift, a wealthy property developer, Richard Bayley, is brutally murdered. Who will be found responsible for his death?
Badgers Drift, a tranquil English village, is home to Miss Emily Simpson, a well liked spinster. But a stroll in the nearby woods brings an abrupt end to her peaceful existence. Who will be found responsible?