On the eve of an Autumn charity ball Lady Tanya Bede discovers that her rebellious daughter Mia has disappeared along with a priceless necklace she intends to wear at the ball. A ransom note implies ...
The first episode was merely to pass the time but I fell in love. With cute Shakespearean references the show gives the feeling of comfort one bizarrely finds in murder mysteries. Already suggested the show to many friends and appear to have single handedly buikt a fan base of people realising the shows genius.
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