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Midsomer Murders
Season 19: Ep: 3 "Last Man Out"
Barnaby is joined by DS Jamie Winter (played by newcomer Nick Hendrix) to tackle a whole new series of unique cases. This time around, the mysteries include a star cricketer that dies during a tournament, a body found covered in live rabbits and a murder at a Jane Austen-themed fantasy camp. Also appearing this season is a surprise visit from Barnaby's past.
Episodes
Ep 1
The Village That Rose From the Dead
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Ep 2
Crime and Punishment
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Ep 3
Last Man Out
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Ep 4
Red in Tooth and Claw
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Ep 5
Death by Persuasion
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Ep 6
The Curse of the Ninth
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The Village That Rose From the Dead
The ghost village of Little Auburn has been abandoned since the war. When a young man is found murdered during its grand re-opening, DCI Barnaby and DS Winter must unravel a sinister web of lies from both past and present in order to catch the killer. (1 of 6)
Crime and Punishment
The Bleakridge Watch patrols the streets of their remote village, exposing anyone who steps outside the law. When one of their members dies, DCI Barnaby and DS Winter uncover just how far some people will go for power. (2 of 6)
Last Man Out
Tensions run high in Lower Pampling as a new type of cricket threatens a century of tradition. When a star cricketer dies during a tournament, DCI Barnaby and DS Winter's investigation draws them into a dangerous game, with a surprise visitor from Barnaby's past. (3 of 6)
Red in Tooth and Claw
When DCI Barnaby and DS Winter discover a dead body covered in live rabbits, it reveals a sinister side to the local pet show. Is this a rivalry taken too far or is the killer driven by something darker? (4 of 6)
Death by Persuasion
DCI Barnaby and DS Winter crash a Jane Austen-themed fantasy camp after a participant is found murdered on the grounds. (5 of 6)
The Curse of the Ninth
When a prize winning violinist is killed, and his Stradivarius stolen, Barnaby must sort through a myriad of suspects and motives to find the killer. (6 of 6)