Dating mr darcy by sarah arthur

Sarah Badel [ Rosa Carmichael ], Janine Duvitski [ Deirdre Tibbs ], Bernard Hepton [ Harold Winstanley ], Geoffrey Hutchings [ Colin Smy ], Richard Huw [ Tim Young ], Nicholas Le Prevost [ Esslyn Carmichael ], Angela Pleasence [ Doris Winstanley ], Ed Waters [ Nicholas, 'Nico', Bentley ], Nick Woodeson [ Avery Phillips ], Denyse Alexander [ Agnes Gray ], Ian Fitzgibbon [ David Smy ], Debra Stephenson [ Kitty Carmichael ], Vivienne Moore [ Jenny Evers ], John Cater [ Mr Tibbs ], Hilary Crane [ Mrs Maddox ], Robert Mc Intosh [ Charles Makepeace ], Patricia Heneghan [ Peggy Marshall ], Michael Cronin [ Emperor Joseph ], Elizabeth Tyrrell [ Elderly lady ], Megan Fisher [ WPC Hitchens ], Eunice Roberts [ TV announcer ], Sonya Walger [ Becky Smith ], Alan Leith [ Mr Green ], Iain Fraser [ Constable ], Catherine Bott [ Solo voice ] PC Angel In the village of Ferne Basset, an elderly resident is found drowned after a violent attack.

But when the other founder is mysteriously murdered in front of a roomful of people, the first death looks like it may have been deliberate too.

Richard Briers [ Rev Stephen Wentworth ], Anna Cropper [ Claire Williams ], Nick Dunning [ Ian Eastman ], Jessica Turner [ Barbara Eastman ], Dominic Jephcott [ Richard Bayly ], Judy Parfitt [ Angela Wentworth ], Vivian Pickles [ Agnes Sampson ], Mossie Smith [ Dr Barbara Henson ], Christopher Villiers [ David Whitley ], Julian Wadham [ Simon Fletcher ], Gordon Gostelow [ Reginald Williams ], Terence Corrigan [ Charles Jennings ], Nick Robinson [ Felix Bryce ], Eileen Davies [ Olive Beauvoisin ], Timothy Bateson [ James Jocelyne ], Marlene Sidaway [ Mrs Bundy ] Joyce Barnaby, Cully Barnaby, Dr George Bullard, PC Angel A sucessful theatrical director, Simon Fletcher, arrives in the village of Badgers Drift, his head filled with disturbing childhood memories.

Then, soon after being diagnosed with a brain tumor, a property developer in the village is savagely murdered with an Indian sword belonging to a vicar.

Renée Asherson [ Emily Simpson ], Rosalie Crutchley [ Lucy Bellringer ], Jonathan Firth [ Michael Lacey ], Emily Mortimer [ Katherine Lacey ], Julian Glover [ Henry Trace ], Selina Cadell [ Phyllis Cadell ], Christopher Villiers [ David Whitley ], Richard Cant [ Dennis Rainbird ], Elizabeth Spriggs [ Iris Rainbird ], Bill Wallis [ Dr Trevor Lessiter ], Diana Hardcastle [ Barbara Lessiter ], Jessica Stevenson [ Judith Lessiter ], Barbara Young [ Anna Quine ], Avril Elgar [ Mary Sharp ], Cory Pulman [ Terry Bazely ], Simon Godwin [ Giovanni ], Paul Putner [ Policeman ], Peter Jordan [ Counseller 1 ], Marlene Sidaway [ Counseller 2 ], Jonathan Oliver [ Counseller 3 ], Nigel Asbridge [ Vicar ] PC Angel (Duty police officer) The peace of the seemingly idyllic village of Badger's Drift is shattered by the inexplicable murder of an old lady, Emily Simpson, found dead in her cottage after witnessing something unsettling in the woods.

Her old friend, Lucy Bellringer, is convinced that Emily's death was not from natural causes.

She persuades DCI Barnaby & DS Troy of Causton CID to look into the matter and then hunt down the killer.

Their investigation uncovers a web of sinister events, some long buried in the past.

Jane Booker [ Laura Hutton ], Joanna David [ Amy Lyddiard ], Anna Massey [ Honoria Lyddiard ], Judith Scott [ Sue Clapper ], John Shrapnel [ Max Jennings ], Una Stubbs [ Selina Jennings ], Robert Swann [ Gerald Hadleigh ], David Troughton [ Brian Clapper ], Annoushka Le Gallois [ Barbara Neale ], Marlene Sidaway [ Mrs Bundy ], Nancy Lodder [ Edie Carter ], Daniel Newman [ Tom Carter ], Marcus Rogers [ Denzel ], Zoot Lynam [ Collar ], Mark Bagnall [ Boreham ], John Bardon [ Mr Belgrove ], Jacqueline Morgan [ Miss Panter ], Timothy Bateson [ James Jocelyne ], Jay Barrymore [ Liam ], Murray Ewan [ Liam's father ], Paul Putner [ Policeman 2 ], David Maybrick [ Policeman 3 ], Brian Parr [ Mr Baker ], Bryan Burdon [ Barman ] PC Angel Gerald Hadleigh, the secretary of the writers circle in the quiet village of Midsomer Worthy, was never in favor of invitating the best-selling novelist Max Jennings to attend one of their meetings.

When Hadleigh is found dead the following morning, brutally battered to death, the other members of the circle wish they had heeded his reluctance.

Barnaby & Troy discover that Hadleigh was a man of mystery, with no National Insurance number, no relatives and no marriage certficate to match the wedding photo on display in his house.

When another body is found, they have a double murder on their hands.

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