DI Richard Poole is still trapped on the stunning Caribbean island paradise of Saint-Marie. With the often unorthodox assistance of Dwayne and Fidel, he and the beautiful Sergeant Camille Bordey tackle a baffling array of unique murders. Most seem impossible, but Richard and his team always get to the heart of the mystery.
DI Richard Poole is sent to the paradise island of Saint-Marie in the Caribbean to solve an impossible murder. He hates sun, sea and sand, but no matter - once he's solved the murder he'll be heading back to wonderful, cold, drizzly London. He does so, only to discover his boss back home has conspired to keep him there. He's trapped on an island he hates and people just keep getting murdered.
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Kenneth Branagh ("Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," "The Road to El Dorado") writes, directs and stars in this four-time Oscar-nominated classic Shakespeare saga about the melancholy Dane. With an all-star cast, including Oscar-nominee Kate Winslet ("Iris," "Titanic") and Oscar-winner Julie Christie ("Dragonheart," "Dr. Zhivago"), as well as appearances by Charlton Heston, John Gielgud, Jack Lemmon, Gerard Depardieu, Billy Crystal, Robin Williams and many others. Branagh received an Oscar nomination for his outstanding screenplay. The Hollywood Reporter says "Branagh has boldly invigorated William Shakespeare's most celebrated play to a towering visual dimension that captures the tumultuous tragedy as no stage or filmic version has... Multiple Oscar nominations seem in order."
Kenneth Branagh writes, directs and stars in this four-time Oscar nominated classic Shakespeare saga about the melancholy Dane.
As Hurricane Irma approaches Saint Marie, the islanders are battening down the hatches. However, while everyone else is taking cover, the team are called to the murder scene of a young meteorologist, Leo Downs. The crime scene seems to have been staged to make Leo's death appear like an accident caused in the hurricane.
When a shot is fired at a charity fundraiser, host Malcolm Powell is found dead in his study. Malcolm's PA is certain she knows who the culprit is. However, when Richard and his team pursue the suspect, they find his abandoned car nearby with no clues as to his whereabouts or motive for killing Malcolm.
Camille is devastated when her best friend, Aimee, a singer on a Caribbean party boat, collapses while on stage during a night of music and cocktails. Struggling to breathe, Aimee shockingly dies in Camille's arms. It seems she has been poisoned. But by whom and why?
When an English tourist is found dead in her luxury villa, strangled by her own scarf, the crime scene initially indicates a robbery gone wrong. However, shrewd Richard notes that the situation is eerily similar to a case he heard about back in London.
A body found floating in the pool presents a complex case for DI Poole's team. Everything points to suicide - the victim was going through a difficult divorce and the team find an empty pill bottle in her room. But Richard is not content with this hypothesis. How could the victim have drowned herself? And why would she make a cup of the world's most expensive tea yet only drink half of it?
On the island to track down the fabled buried treasure of the legendary pirate, Le Clerc, the seemingly harmless group of treasure hunters are shocked when geologist, Dr Ian Parks, is brutally killed in leader, Daniel Morgan's, tent. With the murder weapon a 300-year-old pistol and the entire group classed as suspects, the team have a lot of ground to cover.
When a young nun is found dead in her smoke-filled bedroom, DI Richard Poole and his team are soon on the scene. What seems like a tragic accident caused by a lit cigarette soon turns into a murder investigation when Richard deduces that the nun didn't smoke the cigarette that killed her. But with her room locked from the inside, how could anyone else from the convent have committed the crime?
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A body found floating in the pool of a luxury cosmetic clinic presents a complex case for DI Poole's team. Everything points to suicide - the victim was going through a difficult divorce and the team find an empty pill bottle in her room. But Richard is not content with this hypothesis. How could the victim have drowned herself? And why would she make a cup of the world's most expensive tea yet only drink half of it?
DI Poole's learning to cope with the tropical climate and laid-back atmosphere of Saint Marie, but every day still presents a challenge for the traditional detective. When the owner of a former sugar plantation, Roger Seymour, is discovered with a machete in his back, Poole and his team have a seemingly impossible case to solve.
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