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  • King's Crystal

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    S 10 : Ep 3 - 1/26/07

    King's Crystal, a family glassware business in Midsomer Magna, appears to suffer financial meltdown after the death in Shanghai of Alan King, one of its partners. Six months later, his widow Hilary marries his brother Charles, who is now running the company. The firm's accounts executive, Peter Baxter, is found murdered after a break-in at the now-closed factory. The now-redundant staff, led by Jack Tewson, are agitating for compensation for their stolen pensions. Alan's son Ian becomes increasingly moody, sullen and resentful, particularly to his mother Hilary and would-be girlfriend Sophie Baxter, daughter of the accounts executive. Barnaby asks Jones to use his Masonic connection to help the investigation to untangle the firm's financial irregularities. Barnaby is inspired by a performance of Hamlet in which Cully plays Ophelia, to see its parallels with the case.moreless
  • Death in the Clouds

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    S 4 : Ep 2 - 1/12/92

    Poirot falls asleep on a short aeroplane flight from Paris to London, and one of the other passengers, Madame Giselle, is killed by a poison dart while he sleeps. Poirot finds out that she was a money-lender, which may provide a motive for the killing.

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  • The Bed Of Nails

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    S 3 : Ep 5 - 12/9/82

    Jim accepts an unpopular position pushing a national transportation bill desired by Number 10, but opposed by everyone else, especially Sir Humprhey.
  • The First Step

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    S 1 : Ep 1 - 2/25/77

    Raffles is entertaining two friends at his home at London's Albany one evening when he is visited by his old friend, Harry "Bunny" Manders. Bunny is goaded into a card game by Raffles' two friends, Carruthers and Tremayne, and eventually loses five hundred pounds. Having paid his debt by cheque, Bunny later confesses to Raffles that the cheque is worthless, and that his reputation will be in tatters when it becomes known. Raffles confesses to Bunny that he is an amateur cracksman, a jewel thief who steals from the rich, but who - well, keeps the profits for himself, and invites Bunny to join him in his escapades. Bunny is surprised, but accepts Raffles' offer, and they arrange a robbery at the house of one of the men who had fleeced Bunny.moreless