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The smash-hit whodunit returns, as D.I. Neville Parker attempts to solve a slew of mysterious murders in the sun-soaked Caribbean.
The hugely popular comedy-drama is back for its tenth anniversary series with its usual combination of baffling murders, intriguing puzzles and famous guest stars. There are also some big surprises in store – starting with the shock return of D.S Florence Cassell. Can she help Neville embrace life on the island?
New characters also turn up on shore – including 18-year-old petty criminal Marlon Pryce, who quickly stirs up trouble. The arrival of twins is the least of JP’s challenges as Marlon, and work, tests him to his limits. Meanwhile, Selwyn finds himself in the firing line and Catherine faces grave danger following the death of a friend.
When a TV news presenter is found strangled in her pool, Neville is sure that her popular co-host is guilty. But given that he was live on air at the time of the murder, how could he have done it? Meanwhile, the team welcomes back an old colleague.
The team are baffled when an archaeologist is poisoned during a dig but there is no evidence to prove how it was done. Meanwhile, Neville tests his skills in an island crab-cooking competition.
Neville is left perplexed when a lottery winner is found dead but her body then disappears. JP has an unruly new officer to train while preparing for the birth of his twins.
Neville’s attempts to embrace island life backfire when, during a game of beach volleyball, a sandfly bite lands him in hospital. His time on the ward takes a shocking turn when a nurse takes her own life during a night shift. Meanwhile, Marlon gives JP some unusual advice to help his twins sleep.
A celebrated concert pianist is murdered in his studio. Catherine’s friendship with the victim’s family puts her in unexpected danger.
The team have their work cut out in this dramatic conclusion to the two-parter. Neville must solve a mystery from the past that unlocks the truth of who murdered the concert pianist and why. Help is at hand, though, with the return of a former sergeant.
A stag do goes awry when the host of their fishing trip is found harpooned on a beach the next morning. But as their boat never moved, how could any of them have done it?
A man confesses to murdering his boss despite being unable to remember what happened. Convinced that things aren’t as simple as they seem, Neville determines to uncover the truth and unveil the real killer.