Barnaby and Troy investigate an apparent suicide that is just a tad too elaborate for them to accept at face value. The man had been under treatment for depression, his wife had recently divorced him and he owed money to a good many people. Barnaby's doubts are confirmed when the autopsy reveals the man was drugged. There are no end of suspects: the ex-wife, her soon to be new husband who also happens to be a dispensing chemist and the doctor and counselor who treated him at a nearby clinic. When other residents residents of Misomer Worthy are killed, the detectives must try to determine the common link among all of the victims. Written by
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When the body of Martin Wroathe is first discovered the chair he was sitting on is lying on the floor. When Barnaby goes back to the house to investigate he picks the chair up to try and recreate the scene and what may have happened. He leaves the chair standing. When he returns with Moore, the chair is overturned again. See more
When they show the death thought to be a suicide with a rigged gun in the first scene, the character yells out loudly right before he is shot. When they show the same scene in a flashback, he does not yell. See more
References Enter the Dragon