Chapter Six: Having fled England to Venice, Strange attempts to drive himself insane as a way of gaining access to the fairy magic that he believes can help him resurrect his wife. In so doing, he unleashes a curse that threatens to destroy him utterly.moreless
Chapter Five: Jonathan Strange's remarkable magic helps England win the Battle of Waterloo, after which Strange returns home hoping for a peaceful new life, but the Gentleman's scheme for revenge wrecks all of his and Arabella's plans, leaving Jonathan Strange a ruined man.moreless
Chapter 4: Returned from war, Jonathan Strange joins Mr. Norrell to try to cure England's mad king, George III, but is frustrated at Norrell's refusal to discuss the magic and legends of old times. Meanwhile, unbeknown to the magicians, the Gentleman embarks on a scheme to capture Arabella and destroy Jonathan Strange.moreless
Chapter Three: Wellington demands that Jonathan perform ancient magic against Napoleon's forces. Meanwhile, the Gentleman continues his infiltration of Sir Walter's house, while Norrell tries to conceal his involvement with the Gentleman's summoning.moreless
Chapter Two: Seeking to increase his knowledge of magic, Jonathan convinces Norrell to take him on as an apprentice. Meanwhile, Lady Emma descends into madness after her resurrection, and the Gentleman approaches another as he plots and schemes.moreless
Chapter One: Mr. Norrell reintroduces magic to England, despite his desire to remain out of the limelight. Meanwhile, Jonathan Strange receives a spell from Vinculus and uses it to impress Arabella.
A woman desperate to find her birth parents approaches Jackson for help. He also helps a store detective who has had to deal with a young child being physically abused by her mother. The investigations lead him to investigate a 35-year-old crime.moreless
Alan cancels the wedding off and Robbie grows closer to Gillian.
John reveals Kate and Caroline's secret and Alan finds that selecting his Best Man is not an easy task.
When Celia and Alan are away for the night, Gillian and Caroline get to know each other.
Whilst looking for somewhere to hold their wedding, Alan and Celia find themselves trapped in a mansion known to be haunted.
Alan and Celia decide to forgo an engagement ring and splash out on a sports car instead.
Alan and Celia, both widowed, meet again decades later and re-ignite their relationship.
A murder is announced in the local newspaper in Chipping Cleghorn and everyone turns up at Little Paddocks at the appointed time. Then the lights go out and Letitia Blacklock is shot at and the man is found shot in the doorway. Miss Marple helps investigate the crime.moreless
A friend of Miss Marple claims to have seen a murder committed on a passing train, but the police dismiss it, as no body has been found in the train or surrounding area, so the two women begin an investigation of their own.moreless
A series of scandals in the village of St. Mary Mead seem to all revolve around Colonel Protheroe, and he is then found shot through the head at the vicarage. A young painter, Lawrence Redding, confesses to the crime, but then his lover also confesses. It is up to Miss Marple to unravel the mystery, and there is no shortage of people with a motive.moreless
When a mysterious blond is found in the Bantry's library at Gossington Hall, Dolly Bantry calls on the help of Miss Marple to investigate it and clear her husband's name. The blond is soon discovered to have been in line to inherit a fortune, and the investigation takes a different turn.moreless