"Death in Paradise" Episode #1.8 (TV Episode 2011) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • 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.

    - Written by don @ minifie-1
  • DI Richard Poole ans DS Camille Borday investigate the murder of Nadia Selim who is found dead in her bed. Oddly, her mouth is stuffed full of coins. Poole is less than pleased when he finds Dwayne Myers' police identification at the foot of the bed. Dwayne admits he met her in a bar the night before and walked her home...and a little bit more. He insists however that she was definitely alive when he left. Nadia was the financial officer for a local import/export company and was well-liked. When they find her passport, they learn her real name and the fact that she was working with European authorities informing on a major money-laundering operation. In the middle of the investigation, Richard learns that he can get his old job back - but has to let London know in 2 hours.

    - Written by garykmcd
  • A young woman is found murdered in her home, coins stuffed in her mouth, and initial evidence points to Dwayne. As Richard struggles to uncover the true culprit, he is informed of a possible chance to return home to England.

    - Written by Mark C. Robinson


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