Having read in the chicken bones in front of witnesses including policeman Dwayne that she will be murdered by a scarred man,voodoo priestess Angelique Morel is indeed poisoned,with cyanide apparently stolen from the school where her son-in-law Nicholas Dunham is headmaster and science teacher. Years earlier Nicholas's wife Delilah,Angelique's daughter,had mysteriously disappeared after having an affair with Charles Dean,now a Catholic priest. Camille and the rest of Poole's team are convinced that Angelique found out that Nicholas killed Angelique because she had discovered that he did away with her daughter. But Nicholas has a cast iron alibi. So who is trying to set him up? And what did happen to Delilah ? The appliance of science leads Poole to the answer.
6All Day and All of the Night
Solly Jackson,womanising lead vocalist with recently reformed band the Venerators, is found dead on stage with a bullet in his head. The other band members and his widow Avita all have an alibi,as does the mysterious female photographer Michelle,who turns out to be Solly's illegitimate daughter. Everybody assumes it is suicide - except Poole,whose suspicions are confirmed when somebody puts a snake in his bedroom at night. Using Michelle's photos he shows that one person's alibi was rigged and that,as far as the killer was concerned,the Venerators would be ensured greater success with a singer whose death guaranteed legendary status.
After being escorted home by Dwayne Nadia Selim is found murdered in her bed and her house ransacked. Work colleague Georgie Westcott reveals that Nadia was actually called Rose Duchamp and British cop Chris Ricketts arrives to explain that Rose was an informant about to expose a money-laundering racket.Rose was also a great lover of word puzzles,which,along the reaction of her dog,allows Poole to trap her killer. However,events conspire to prevent him from getting his old job in London back as crafty Commander Patterson sees him as being of more use on the island.
Wealthy sugar plantation owner Roger Seymour - who was planning to donate his plantation to the island as a museum - is murdered. Suspects include his younger partner Kim and his alcoholic ex-wife Nicole,now in a relationship with Roger's nephew Alex,the sole heir. Alex believes Kim to be a gold digger and has caught her in conversation with a mysterious man whilst the doctor tells Poole Roger was terminally ill and would soon have died anyway. In solving the case Poole relies on the history of the island in slavery days and an incident from the past which has provoked revenge.
Teen-aged postulate Therese is killed in a fire at the island convent,apparently caused by her smoking, the door to her room being locked from the inside. Poole,however,suspects foul play when he finds that Therese has been sent a threatening note and clearly knew more than she should. Daryl Dexter,arranging public relations for the convent after the discovery of a holy well that cures the sick,is a prime suspect as Therese discovered he was bribing the 'sick' to claim they had been miraculously cured. Another suspect is Father John,guilty of an indiscretion many years ago at a convent where Therese eventually stayed. Poole uncovers a crime of passion in solving the case though he finds it harder to remove his phobia about nuns.
Valerie Dupree is found floating in the pool at Jeremy Cutting's cosmetic clinic. Dr Anna Jones claims she was suicidal after her divorce but Poole suspects she was poisoned by the cup of tea she left half drunk. Fellow patient Jayne Smythe believes Valerie was having an affair with the younger Paul Vincent but Dr Jones admits she was sleeping with him,giving him an alibi. It turns out that Valerie had made an urgent call to a lawyer in France and Poole suspects she was about to sue the clinic for botched surgery caused by Tipping's failing eye sight. But events take another turn when the clinic is exposed as giving criminals new identities - and faces.
A team comes to the island looking for the fabled treasure of the pirate Leclerc. Group leader Daniel...
Camille's friend, singer Aimee, collapses and dies on a boat owned by local entrepreneur Stephen Morrison and his wife Eloise,also a vocalist...
As the island prepares for a hurricane the corpse of Leo Downs, a researcher at the university's meteorological unit is found. Though favoured by department head Professor King,other colleagues saw him as a sycophant and a nerd though Amber Collins,ex-girlfriend of Leo's room-mate Damon,was in love with him. Yet all the suspects have alibis according to the time codes on their clocks. Poole discovers that King is advising an oil company planning to drill on the island . Leo's notes are nowhere to be found and a Skype message to his mother shows he was planning something big. Was it big enough to get him killed? After the hurricane has passed Poole at last finds the evidence encoded in Leo's computer which leads him to the killer and their motive. Written by
Under sufferance Poole attends a charity fund-raiser,whose host,local conservationist and philanthropist Malcolm Powell,is shot dead. His secretary Vicky claims the killer is a man called Jack Roberts but nobody knows who he is and appears to have vanished into thin air. Discovering that Powell fled to the Caribbean from England having defrauded investors in his company and that evidence of a large sum of money was found in Roberts' burnt out car Poole suspects blackmail. But events are complicated by the fact that Roberts died three years earlier. Clearly somebody has used to name to cover their own involvement in the murder and Poole uncovers a conspiracy. The case is solved and the team celebrate young Fidel passing his sergeant's exams when Poole is temporarily called back to London. Is this the end of his career solving deaths in paradise? Written by
A quartet of Poole's university friends comes to the island and, whilst they are playing charades, Poole is murdered. Shambling inspector Humphrey Goodman arrives from England to lead the investigation and does not impress the locals with his clumsiness. He is surprised when the four suspects claim they did not know Poole worked on the island but then lawyer Angela Birkett confesses that she planned it as she had always had a crush on Poole, though he preferred Sasha, now married to abrasive James Moore. The other suspect, hard up Roger Sadler, bears a grudge against the victim from over a quarter of a century ago. However, using old photos of the group from their student days, Goodman wins his spurs and solves the case - though he is stunned when his wife rings to say she is leaving him.
Thea Holmes, stand-in for her friend, movie star Lexi Cunningham, is poisoned on the set of a horror movie being made on the island. Whilst Thea served time years earlier for a mugging gone wrong Goodman believes the intended victim was actually Lexi. Screen-writer Arnold Finch openly dislikes her and had looked up poisons online whilst Lexi was about to expose director Carl Collins' affair to his wife. After another suspect seemingly commits suicide the case appears to be closed but Goodman uncovers a deception which leads to the murderer. He also tells Camille that his wife has left him.
Fidel's old school friend, the handsome Carlton Paris, is murdered after visiting a gallery where a valuable painting is to be auctioned. Before he dies he rings the police to say "She's got a gun." Carlton was an escort and regular client Dorothy Foster is devastated by his death. Judge Ann Stone, who says that she used him once, is more off-hand but she has a secret whilst Lauren, trophy wife of temperamental club owner Marc Campese, was planning to run away with Carlton, a fact which her husband discovered. The murder weapon is Marc's gun though he reports it as stolen. Nothing was stolen from Carlton's house except his phone and an old guide book to the island in which Goodman finds a clue which solves the murder.
A party of airline crew is staying at an hotel on the island and stewardess Natasha Thiebert is found dead by poisoning. She had just written a postcard home to describe 'exciting news'. Evidence suggests that pilot Adam Frost, boyfriend of cabin crew member Helen Walker, was in Natasha's room before she died and he admits he had gone to tell her the news of her promotion. Steward Max Leigh was also hoping for that promotion and co-pilot Paul Bevans was in debt to Natasha for money she loaned him to give gambling creditors. Then Adam admits to an affair with Natasha, her true exciting news, and a second search of the room uncovers a poison bottle with his prints on it. Goodman however knows that Adam has been framed and exposes the real murderer.
Jacob Doran, the island's commerce minister, is found shot dead. He has written a suicide note but from the angle of the shot and the missing money from his safe Goodman believes he was murdered though his wife Charlotte, son Drew and secretary Theo find it hard to believe. Doran had recently had an affair with an aide, Lena Bell, which was leaked to the press. Lena is interviewed in the company of her godfather Marlon, who turns out to be the father who deserted Camille was she was six. Whilst Charlotte asks the police to keep her husband's serial adultery from her son drew reveals that Lena was his girlfriend before her affair with Jacob. Then the police discover that Jacob was involved in arms smuggling - which indirectly leads Goodman to solve the murder.
A group of bird watchers are on the island to see its rare green parrots and one of them, Mark Talbot, is murdered with his hunting knife. Talbot was not a popular group member, another visitor Alec Burton threatening to kill him whilst his wife was having an affair with journalist Dan parish and is now a very wealthy widow. The most mystifying aspect of the case is the fact that the victim was only out of sight of the others for a few seconds before his corpse was found but Goodman works out the relevance of Talbot's walking cane and a single sock to solving the murder.
Unpopular land developer Alexander Jackson is shot dead on his small privately-owned island and Goodman and his team sail over to investigate. Only his housekeeper Rosie, secretary Emily and three children Anna, Joseph and Terrance were present. Terrance inherits his father's business whilst aid worker Joseph opposed his father's ruthlessness and Anna felt he had no interest in her work as a painter. Then a storm blows up, stranding them all on the island with no phone or Internet connection. Joseph's gun is the apparent murder weapon but Goodman deduces that he was framed after the real killer had discovered that the victim was about to change his will.
Former surgeon Emma Redding is found dead in her room at the local retirement home, the door locked from the inside which suggests suicide...
During the festival of Fete Mouri, the owner of a rum distillery holds a seance to contact the spirit of a murdered servant from the 1850s...
Surf school owner Jake Peters is shot dead and robbed in his work-shop though the door is locked from the inside. One of his students, middle-aged Charlie Beckett, is wanted for stealing from the company that made him redundant whilst another, teen-ager Jessica Chambers , tells the police that she is Jake's illegitimate daughter - whom he has rejected. Then Jake's doctor friend Karl tells Goodman that the victim was terminally ill - a fact which plays a part in solving the case.
The Sainte-Marie Heritage Society is celebrating the island's history with a traditional dinner but the members all end up with food poisoning and in the case of group president Francis Davison it is fatal. Suspects number Francis's teen-aged son Ryan, who argued with his father, club secretary Teresa Gower, who was embezzling funds, Francis's ex-mistress Inke and ex-military man Alan Burke, who left the group after a disagreement with Francis. Goodman must determine who is the killer whilst trying to fight his feelings for Camille.
A bride to be is found dead in her hotel bath tub following her hen party. The team must discover whether the murderer is one of the other hens who, or someone else. Meanwhile DI Humphrey battles with his feelings for Camille and her possible transfer to Paris.
Veteran pop group Flowers of Progress is on the island with manager Cheryl Moore recording a come-back album when lead singer Stevie Smith is electrocuted in a swimming pool. With Camille now in France and Florence promoted to sergeant clumsy new officer J.P. Hooper joins the investigation. Despite all the group members having apparent alibis most had a grievance against the victim who, whilst drunk, burned down record producer Vince Thuram's studio twenty years earlier whilst his brother Jim was angry that Stevie had kept an important secret from him. Bizarrely a click beetle not native to the island and a tell-tale puddle help Goodman to solve the case.
The day after Saint Marie's beach volleyball team gets through to the final star player Shelly Kennedy is murdered and her body dumped on a beach - all the suspects of course having an alibi. Shelly was about to go to the sport's governing board, supposedly to report fellow player Alison Turner for injuring another team member Jasmine Laymon but Jasmine's domineering father, the team's coach down plays this. Goodman believes that in fact Shelly was killed because she had identified a saboteur working for the rival finalists but first he must break the murderer's alibi and work out how the body was moved in broad daylight.
Annette Burgess, overbearing boss of a travel company on the island for a team building exercise, is shot in her bed and her phone stolen. Goodman uncovers a secret linking Annette to Dom, the group's youngest member, who has a troubled past. Indeed Dom admits to killing Annette but Goodman discovers that she was already dead before he fired the gun. In fact other group members have cause for grievance, including put upon P.A. Sandra, sister Izzy and Izzy's boyfriend Stuart. One person, however, is not who they claim to be and Goodman works out that this is the killer.
Jack Harmer, accused of murdering Sally Mason, is himself shot dead in his prison cell and a car is seen speeding away from the scene. Sally's widower, a pastor, is seen on CCTV with a gun but cleared when it is proved the gun was never fired. Harmer's pregnant widow Mae took out life insurance on him and enters the frame, along with her former lover, Harmer's brother Paul. Goodman's investigation is interrupted by a visit from his lofty barrister father Martin, who wants him to return to England and make up with his ex-wife. However, after seeing his son's skill in solving the murder he relents and encourages him to do well in his job.
As Goodman buys a boat Dan Hagen, wealthy philanthropist and oceanographic leader of a diving party, is shot on board his yacht whilst the four members of his group are all underwater and in each other's sight. Goodman is puzzled by the appearance of a toy soldier next to the corpse and learns, not only that Dan's ex-spouse and current trophy wife are in the party though apparently friends, but that Dan's colleague Sam Blake had argued with him over a professional matter and student Jonathan Taylor was a drug smuggler Dan exposed. Taylor is arrested but ultimately the toy soldier gives Goodman the clue to the way the murder was carried out.
Outgoing island governor Caroline Bamber is poisoned after accepting a drink from Commander Patterson at her leaving party but Goodman finds an unsigned note in her bag warning that someone was out to kill her. Private secretary Ellery tells Goodman that Caroline was blackmailing president Francois Tromeur over an affair but deputy governor Andy Hamilton and assistant Lucy Preville are also in the frame. Goodman deduces how Caroline was poisoned but has less success finding a girlfriend online.
During a charity fashion shoot on the island model Zoe MacKay is found strangled and her lap-top missing. The police are told that Zoe had a stalker whilst photographer Jay Croker, model Eloise Ronson and designer Nelson Benedict all had their reasons for wanting to keep her quiet. All the suspects appear to have an alibi until a knowledge of photography helps Goodman unmask the killer - though he is still no nearer to getting himself a girl-friend.
After Dwayne has given the oration at his friend, barber Cerik Verga's funeral he gets a text from Cedrik, stating 'I Was Murdered' though coroner Ivan Tate recorded death by natural causes. Discovering that Cedrik was smothered with a pillow Goodman interviews Tate, Cedrik's schoolmaster brother Temmy and Father Floyd Lynch, who all played cards with Cedrik on the night he died, a neighbour reporting raised voices. Prime suspect is Temmy, whose girlfriend Ottilie Cedrik took from him though Father Lynch has cause for Cedrik not to reveal letters the priest sent to an unknown female. However a visit to a dying woman informs Goodman of a forty-five year old incident whose resonance down the decades provides the real reason for somebody to kill Cedrik.
Whilst visiting Goodman his auntie Mary sees conservatory salesman John Green fall to his death from an adjacent hotel balcony. It was his first visit to the island, where he knew no one and he was not robbed. A tenuous link is established with British expat Neil Jenkins, a former career criminal but his partner Ella gives him a sound alibi and the break-through occurs when the police learn that Green is actually Marcus Knight, a man under witness protection, who had been to the island six years earlier. Although she claims to be suffering from the onset of Alzheimer's Disease Mary supplies her nephew with the clue that helps him identify the killer.
Chef Robert Holt is stabbed to death following the launch of his restaurant Le Calmar. His phone and money are missing but not an expensive watch and initially robbery is suspected. His partner Anouk, son Matt, sous chef Dexter and pastry chef Kim all claim to have been in their villa at the time and only his brother Gary, a bankrupt and ex-prisoner has no alibi. A street urchin picked up the phone which he says Robert dropped whilst arguing with Matt and indeed Matt, Dexter, Kim and Anouk all claim that the victim was a bully who controlled all their lives. To solve the murder and a possible conspiracy Goodman is much helped by footage illegally filmed by a customer on the opening night of the restaurant.
Hours after salvaging a huge cache of silver coins from the Santa Anna shipwreck and arguing with rival treasure hunter Newton Farrell Tosh Walker is stabbed to death on Newton's boat and his corpse thrown into the sea. Newton is the prime suspect having cleaned out his boat and possessing the murder weapon, in addition to which Tosh rang his wife Naomi to say Newton had stabbed him. The one piece of the puzzle that fails to fit is that at the time of the murder Newton was seen drinking in a local bar. Naomi tells Goodman Tosh suspected her of infidelity whilst his son Sam is exposed as vying with his father for the rights of the company and crew-man Addison stole some of the coins. One of these people would appear to have framed Newton. Goodman must establish who and why.
Tourist Sian Evans is found dead inside a locked bathroom, having apparently shot herself but Goodman does not believe she committed suicide. She was one of several guests staying at local Astor Henri's hostel, along with boyfriend Griff Morgan, middle-aged writer Perrie Chapman and young Lee Richards. Goodman discovers that Sian had had a fling with Lee and bought ecstasy tablets from Astor, as well as discovering errant wife Perrie's secret. Customarily he assembles all the suspects to denounce Sian's murderer before attending officer JP's wedding and reacquainting himself with visiting former girlfriend Martha.
The police are called to the island's volcano observatory when head vulcanologist Stephen Langham is found dead, presumably of a heart attack though Goodman suspects foul play. The victim's brother, drug addict Daniel, his lover Victoria, who plagiarized his work and the mysterious Megan Colley, another colleague, are all in the frame though commissioner Patterson believes that shifty mayor Richards also had a row with the victim over a planning dispute. In fact there is more than one killer and, having named them, Humphrey can concentrate on entertaining visiting girl-friend Martha.
Local author Sylvie Baptiste is headlining the island's first literary festival when literature student Esther Monroe, a friend of Florence, is found dead at the foot of a cliff. Suicide is presumed, echoing an event in Sylvie's book, but Goodman thinks otherwise though all those with a motive, Sylvie, her editor Patricia and festival organizers Anna and Oliver Wolf, can alibi each other. Oliver admits to an indiscretion with the victim, discovered but hushed up by his wife whilst Sylvie is found to have a sister, Lizzie, now fallen on hard times and dependent on the author's charity. Traditionally Goodman assembles all the suspects to reveal the killer and how they managed to murder Esther whilst apparently in plain sight.
Humphrey takes Martha to the hotel La Maison Cecile but on their first night Charlie Taylor, brother of owner Elliot, is murdered. Charlie has confronted receptionist Irie over a racket he had going whilst barman Samuel claims he had rewarded him with work to atone for a teen-age indiscretion and Elliot admits Charlie wanted him to sell the hotel, which was losing money. However a chance discovery by Dwayne reveals a crime of passion.
Jerome Martin, president and star player with the island's cricket team, is found shot dead on the pitch after a night of celebrating the side's win in a charity match to raise funds for his disabled son Torey. Team captain and old school-mate Gus Coleman and treasurer Archer Browne come under suspicion but CCTV shows Torey arguing with his father. Widow Sabrina also gains from the death whilst Coleman admits to seeing the deceased giving money to Browne, seemingly as a blackmail payment. This gives the police the key to finding how Jerome died, helped by another suspect. In his personal life Humphrey is heart-broken when Martha goes home.
Still pining for Martha Humphrey investigates when Tom Lewis is found dead on his yacht. His partner Sophie and her friends Lucy, Hema and Rachel, the rest of the boat party ,all alibi each other but Rachel tells Humphrey she saw Tom make a secret phone call and stuff wads of notes into a bag, not found on board. None recognize a button found on the deck, whose logo links the victim to his banking colleagues back in England. Along with the suspects Humphrey flies to London with Florence and Dwayne - who has a far from reconciliatory meeting with his father - to assist Metropolitan DI Jack Mooney. Of the banking members - Steve Thomas, Martin West, Dominic Green and Frank Henderson Henderson appears to have had a recent meeting with the victim. He denies it but is himself found dead.
Humphrey is convinced Frank Henderson's supposed suicide was really murder but is puzzled that his door was locked from the inside whilst back in Ste Marie the commander and J.P. learn Tom Lewis was smuggling more that rum and a money card reveals young Steve Thomas to be Lewis's son. To Humphrey Steve is now the prime suspect but the other two partners had an interest in stopping Frank from signing a lucrative deal. However, whilst Humphrey eliminates Steve from Frank's murder he finds a further family connection in the case. Having solved the murders he elects to remain in London with Martha, whilst DI Jack Mooney travels to Ste Marie with his daughter as Humphrey's replacement.
7In the Footsteps of a Killer
Tyler McCarthy walks into the police station claiming that he can alibi journalist Nadine Hunter, who was jailed for killing her editor Julie Matlock eight years earlier, giving Jack Mooney his first case on the island. Thus he interviews Julie's widower Ian, who was sympathetic to Nadine, feeling she needed help, his daughter Grace, who hated her and two other reporters, dependable Tony and recidivist Kai, and, given that Nadine has died, he looks for clues in her effects. The absence of a body provides a setback but the analysis of a sound recording of the fatal shot helps to identify the real killer, along with an epiphany at an island festival.
8Murder in the Polls
The islanders are electing a new mayor in their community hall with Dwayne providing security but nonetheless oily candidate Victor Pearce is murdered in a polling booth. Rivals Peter Baxter and Camille's mother Catherine are immediate suspects, though Victor's son Kemar, as his heir, is also in the frame along with vicar Matthew Dawson and his wife Judith, since Pearce intended to close their orphanage to make way for his business interests. By reconstructing the crime Jack Mooney is able to identify the culprit - thus ensuring his continued presence in the island police department.
Billionaire Philip Marston and his children are on the island for his marriage to Diane Smith but she falls from her hotel balcony the day before the wedding. Given a reminder of an indiscretion from her past suicide is presumed but Jack sees evidence to the contrary. Philip's daughters, bossy Karen and spoilt Pearl, had cause to dislike her, unlike their reasonable brother Stephen whilst the hotel manager is unusually uncooperative. Jack uncovers family secrets to solve the murder.
A poker tournament is taking place on the island with a three million pound prize but one of the players, Bobby Rodriguez, is poisoned - seemingly through the cards, though none of the other contestants , including his wife Melanie, is affected. His closet rival, cocky young Ray Campbell, is the prime suspect until Jack discovers a pair of X-ray glasses, a poisoned cigar and a family secret.
Thriller writer Frank O'Toole and his wife Valerie are entertaining his agent Larry South and researcher Gilly White at their island home when Frank's corpse is pulled from the sea, having apparently been stabbed whilst out swimming alone. Frank had argued with Larry over switching agents as his book sales were falling and Gilly admits to an affair with Frank, which was known to Valerie. Jack establishes that the killer used a boat, hired under an assumed name and that name leads to him solving the crime as well as playing Cupid for Dwayne.
Faith healer Steadman King returns to the island with his wife Amelia after thirty-five years in America. During a healing session his childhood friend, terminally ill Fabienne, is poisoned and dies. Steadman is the prime suspect but none of the others from the congregation who drank from the same cup as Fabienne are harmed. Amelia tells Jack why Steadman was forced to leave America but Jack reopens events from decades ago to arrive at his solution.
The island is celebrating its Day of the Dead, which literally lives up to its name when Daisy Anderson, organizer of a charity auction at the local yacht club, is murdered after sending a frantic message to her husband Finn. She had had a brief affair with club member Adam Warner, about which Finn knew, and was filing for divorce, as well as discovering a fraud perpetrated by club treasurer Charlotte Hamilton. However all three have alibis. Jack is mystified by the appearance of a butterfly which should be in hibernation on Daisy's body but it gives him a clue to solving her murder.
Daniel Friend is strangled at the spiritual retreat he ran with his wife Cressida, yet Cressida and the other three guests were all meditating at the time. Chief suspect is undercover journalist Bryan Williams, out to expose Daniel as a fraud whilst young medic Gabe Lee had issues with the victim, who apparently was violent towards his wife. A revelation of Daniel's criminal past, however, is the clue to solving the murder.
Café owner and petty crook Eugene Jones is found dead and JP's old school-mate, bad boy Cordell Thomas, who worked for him confesses that he killed him during a fight. Jack, however, is not convinced, drawing attention to a peanut clutched in the dead man's fist. Valuables stolen from ex-con Charlie Blake are found at Eugene's house whilst Eugene's sister Celeste also had a grievance with him. Despite a confession from one of the suspects the peanut proves to be the clue to solving the murder.
Reggae band Leon and the Ragers reform to play on the island but guitarist Billy Springer is found dead in a locked room having contacted Commissioner Patterson to give him information about the unsolved murder of his wife Jasmine thirty years earlier. Jasmine's disapproval of he husband's drunken life-style caused the group to split, leaving to the other three members being suspects in both murders. Jack works out which one, with only the clue of a bent, rusty fork to help him.
A passenger is stabbed to death on the express bus to Honore. Jack and his team are baffled by the case though as no-one left their seat on the bus - so how on earth did they commit the murder?
There is a new team member when the replacement for Dwayne arrives and the current case of DI Jack Mooney and his team involves a zookeeper who dies after being struck by a tranquilizer dart.
During the production of a TV holiday program on the island, the presenter is murdered and DI Jack Mooney and his team have to find the killer.
DI Jack Mooney and the team are investigating the murder of a wealthy businessman in the coffee trade. Their investigation is hampered by disagreements among the family of the dead man.
5Beyond the Shining Sea: Part One
A shadow is cast over a small fishing village when their festival queen is murdered in baffling circumstances.
6Beyond the Shining Sea: Part Two
Jack and his team face the toughest challenge of their lives when tragedy strikes close to home.
A radio DJ is killed in a locked room during a transmission. DI Jack Mooney has to solve the baffling case while he himself is the subject of an interior investigation.
DI Jack Mooney discovers the dead body of a rider in the police station and has to clear up the mystery how it got there and find out who is the killer.
New Year's Eve celebrations are cut short when a masked man stabs a woman in her own home. Jack and the team must uncover the identity of the murderer before they can strike again.
DI Jack Mooney and the Honoré police department are tested when they investigate the poisoning of a celebrated artist in her studio in puzzling circumstances.
Jack's romance with Anna blossoms while he and the rest of the team investigate the mysterious death of a cyclist during a race.
The team have to investigate the case of a man found dead in a boat. Inspector Mooney's daughter returns to the island to visit her father and he has to make an important decision regarding his future.
After the departure of DI Jack Mooney, a new inspector arrives on the island and it falls to him to investigate an apparent suicide. Neurotic and plagued by allergies and other ailments, DI Neville Parker sets to work.
DI Neville Parker has to investigate the death of a survival instructor.
DI Neville Parker and the team have to investigate the murder of a hairdresser who was killed in her salon.
A blind actress is the only witness to her husband's murder, but can she really be trusted?
When a TV news presenter is found strangled in her pool, Neville is sure that her popular co-host is guilty. But given that he was live on air at the time of the murder, how could he have done it?
The team are baffled when an archaeologist is poisoned during a dig but there is no evidence to prove how it was done. Meanwhile, Neville tests his skills in an island crab-cooking competition.
Neville is left perplexed when a lottery winner is found dead but her body then disappears. JP has an unruly new officer to train whilst preparing for the birth of his twins.
Neville's attempts to embrace island life backfire when, during a game of beach volleyball, a sand fly bite lands him in hospital. His time on the ward takes a shocking turn when a nurse takes her own life during a night shift. Meanwhile, Marlon gives JP some unusual advice to help his twins sleep. Neville doesn't listen to the Commissioner after being told to stand down and carries on investigating.
A celebrated concert pianist is murdered one night in his studio. Catherine's friendship with the victim's family puts her in unexpected danger.
Neville must solve a mystery from the past that unlocks the truth of who murdered the concert pianist and why. Help is at hand, though, with the return of a former sergeant.
A stag party goes awry when the host of their fishing trip is found harpooned on a beach the next morning. But as their boat never moved, how could any of them have done it?
A man confesses to murdering his boss despite being unable to remember what happened. Convinced that things aren't as simple as they seem, Neville determines to uncover the truth and unveil the real killer.
A wealthy shipping magnate is found dead at a Christmas party. Things get stranger when a man in London receives a mysterious Christmas card connected to the victim's death.
When a seemingly simple kidnapping ends in murder, Neville and the team must work out what went wrong and how someone ended up dead.
The arrival of a long-lost brother to a family-run golf club culminates in a body on the course. But a prime suspect with an alibi leaves the team with an impenetrable conundrum.
When a skydiver appears to have been murdered in mid-air, Neville and the team must explore the cut-throat world of social media.
Having been assigned undercover, Florence unexpectedly arrives on Saint Marie point as a child minder for Miranda Priestley, but it's not long before she caught up in a murder.
A young pop star at a rehab clinic is found dead. Darlene, Dwayne's friend, is getting the blame, but Neville is not convinced.
A reggae rap artist is shot dead at a soundcheck for a concert. Things prove uncomfortable for Marlon when he discovers a personal connection to the crime.
When a prestigious chess match ends in murder, the team must work out how and why the killing was carried out. Meanwhile, the commissioner is confronted with his past by the very last person he was expecting to see.