The emergence of further flayed victims points to a serial killer with an unhealthy interest in his victims' skin. Despite the clues left behind, the detectives seem no closer to finding their man. Buchan's researches prove fruitful, but may place him in grave danger.moreless
A flayed human face is discovered in a Whitechapel art gallery. A second murder follows quickly, the killer leaving coded messages at each crime scene. Some Russian prison tattoos indicate a link to organised crime. The team is unsettled by mysterious footsteps and the flickering of lights within the station.moreless
DI Chandler, DS Miles and the team investigate the bizarre murder of a man on the run who is crushed to death. Edward Buchan recalls that this was a method used in the 17th century to deal with alleged witches. Then a second body is found, the victim having been burned at the stake. The investigation runs into difficulty when one victim's historic involvement in espionage attracts the attention of the security services.moreless
A young man asks Jackson to look into the murder of his mother 15 years earlier. And he is reluctantly compelled to take on a case in settlement of an old debt.
Foyle investigates the death of several high-ranking defectors from the U.S.S.R., and uncovers a mole working at an MI5 interrogation centre. Sam tries to help her husband with his by-election campaign.
Team member, Hasan, is kidnapped by Jack Turner, and Sam is ordered to kill him to keep him from being tortured and compromising the team. The bogus Doctor Goebel arrives to conduct business with Turner.moreless
During a routine operation, Sam Hunter, a spy at a private security company called Byzantium, gets supposedly killed. After disappearing off the radar for one year, she returns to her former employer to find out who tried to kill her.moreless
The village of Midsomer Parva is dominated by the imposing Devington School - as a seat of learning, Devington may be undistinguished in the great world, but it is socially well-connected and it has economic clout. When the College's Pudding Club sets off a murderous chain of events, ranks begin to close against Barnaby and Troy, and they need inside information to catch the killer. Is it someone from the local village who has a grudge against the school or is the killing motivated by activities at the school?moreless
Jane Wilkinson, a famous actress whose married name is Lady Edgware, was in a hurry to trade in her moderately rich husband for an even richer model, so when Lord Edgware is killed, there is an obvious suspect. However, Edgware had just agreed to a divorce - with Poirot acting on his wife's behalf.
Under suspicion, Jane seeks Poirot's help again, having previously wanted his help in ridding her of the same unwanted husband.
So was Lady Edgware the killer, or has she been framed? Her husband also had an unhappy daughter and a nephew who badly needed money.
Poirot soon finds that nothing is at all as it seems in the remarkable world where the theatre collides with high society.