Barnaby and Scott are responsible for uncovering the truth
behind many of the strange and deadly goings on in the supposedly
idyllic English County of Midsomer. Midsomer
retired music teacher, Arthur Leggott who wanders from the
Cedars Care Home in the middle of the night. He is found murdered
the next day in his soon-to-be-auctioned house. Barnaby and
Scott investigate and discover a priceless musical score which
was composed by Arthur's revered pupil, the late Joan Alder.
In doing so they unleash a vicious rivalry among Alder's many
admirers vying for posthumous ownership of her work...
an excellent selection of murders for Barnaby and Scott to
probe. The two are sent into investigate what appears to be
a very complicate plot. The end result is an extremely clever
story that makes for a thoroughly enjoyable episode.
bitter family feud, long lost lovers, and umpteen people laying
claim to royalties of a priceless musical score, all lead
Barnaby and Scott to uncover the identity of the murderer,
and also manage to unearth the true identity of the real "composer"
responsible for the infamous score.
episode sees two noteworthy appearances. June Whitfield guest
stars as Peggy Alder and David Burke plays the long lost -
presumed dead - John Farrow. There is also a particularly
impressive "Steve McQueen" stunt involving trip
wire in the woods.
release of this episode is also incredibly well timed. The
beautiful snowy winter scenes throughout this story were perfect
for a winter release.
well thought out plot which never losses its pace. There wasn't
a moment where the viewer could lose interest - which is quite
an achievement. Another impressive Midsomer Murder release.
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