After the Midsomer Worthy's writers circle invite best-selling novelist Max Jennings to one of their meetings, their secretary Gerard Hadleigh, is found dead. Can DCI Barnaby unravel the truth?
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.
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.
Barnaby and Jones are called out to investigate an apparent suicide. A woman's body is found in the river and no one seems surprised that she might have committed suicide, but Barnaby is sceptical.
A death stirs up bad memories for the residents of tranquil Midsomer Worthy. They fear the person behind three unresolved murders of girls in the wood is starting to kill again, nine years later.
The death of Sir Freddy Butler brings Barnaby and Jones to the privileged surroundings of Haddington Hall. He seems to have suffered a heart attack but Barnaby feels there has been foul play.
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?
At the corn exchange preparations are in full swing for the forthcoming production of Amadeus, unaware that the body of a local resident Agnes Gray, is about to be found floating in the river.
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?
Blackmail, deceit and murder abound when a project to redevelop the old mill is struggling financially and many of the inhabitants of Morton Fendle believe that they've been conned out of a considerable amount of money.
A body is found at the Lodge of the Golden Windhorse and Barnaby and Troy are called in to find out if this was a simple accident or if there are more sinister goings on.
Martin Barrett is shot dead through the window of his home. Barrett is immaculate and cultured - and also has a penchant for blackmail, which Barnaby and Jones discover as they search for his killer.
When an unpleasant and unpopular local magistrate is found shot dead in his house - what will investigations uncover about his past that may help find his murderer?
The slashing of a 17th-century painting in Aspern Tallow museum appears to herald the start of a series of ghostly manifestations by the ghost of Jonathan Lowrie.
Local Choir member, Connor Simpson, is found dead in his cottage. A pig's heart and unsavoury message lie as evidence in his kitchen bin. Barnaby and Jones are called to the scene.
A tramp is found murdered. The Superintendent has a local poacher arrested and he is later convicted of the crime. But then there is a second murder and Barnaby intends to see matters straightened out.
It seems that residents at a local nursing home may be coming under pressure to change their wills. And when more and more are suddenly passing away - who'll be found responsible for their untimely deaths?
Villagers' chances of a prize in the Perfect Village competition are hurt when a thief is found murdered in their midst. Things clearly take a turn for the worse when two of the competition judges are the next to be murdered.
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.
Barnaby attends the funeral of the owner of the Easterly Grange Hotel and hears that the hotel manager has gone missing.