Agatha joins the local bell-ringers and quickly encounters discord when vicar's wife Sarah Bloxby suspects her husband Jez of having an affair with the leader, widowed Amanda Ballard. Amanda is found hanged from the bell-rope with a suicide note next to her but her life-style suggests foul play to Agatha, who discovers Amanda's ex-husband very much alive and paying for her expensive tastes. Jez comes under suspicion, having known Amanda before she came to the area, as does Amanda's old school-friend Steph, recently out of rehab. Agatha deduces that Amanda was killed by somebody she was black-mailing but that still leaves rather a lot of suspects.
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Reverend Jex Bloxby is evidently a Church of England vicar, since he is married; Roman Catholic priests are required to be celibate. However when Bishop Parsons and Canon Gibbons visit him at his church, they are dressed in Roman Catholic robes and skull caps. See more
[James Lacey and Gene Harvey are sitting outside the pub enjoying their pints of beer. The church bells are ringing hesitantly and discordantly
I'm beginning to regret them re-hanging the bells.
What *exactly* are they *trying* to play?
We've been having a sweepstake down the shop. We think it may be Jay-Z featuring Rihanna.
[Mary Fortune comes out of the pub
I think they're trying to play All People Who On Earth Do Dwell.
Are they? Who's playing it? Quasimodo?
's character was referred to as Amanda Ballard in dialogue and on props such as letters, but she was listed in the credits as Amanda Barton. See more
References Game of Thrones
All People that on Earth do Dwell
Lyrics by William Kethe and music by Louis Bourgeois
Played on the bells See more