She persuades DCI Barnaby & DS Troy of Causton CID to look into the matter and then hunt down the killer.
Their investigation uncovers a web of sinister events, some long buried in the past.
Sarah Badel [ Rosa Carmichael ], Janine Duvitski [ Deirdre Tibbs ], Bernard Hepton [ Harold Winstanley ], Geoffrey Hutchings [ Colin Smy ], Richard Huw [ Tim Young ], Nicholas Le Prevost [ Esslyn Carmichael ], Angela Pleasence [ Doris Winstanley ], Ed Waters [ Nicholas, 'Nico', Bentley ], Nick Woodeson [ Avery Phillips ], Denyse Alexander [ Agnes Gray ], Ian Fitzgibbon [ David Smy ], Debra Stephenson [ Kitty Carmichael ], Vivienne Moore [ Jenny Evers ], John Cater [ Mr Tibbs ], Hilary Crane [ Mrs Maddox ], Robert Mc Intosh [ Charles Makepeace ], Patricia Heneghan [ Peggy Marshall ], Michael Cronin [ Emperor Joseph ], Elizabeth Tyrrell [ Elderly lady ], Megan Fisher [ WPC Hitchens ], Eunice Roberts [ TV announcer ], Sonya Walger [ Becky Smith ], Alan Leith [ Mr Green ], Iain Fraser [ Constable ], Catherine Bott [ Solo voice ] PC Angel In the village of Ferne Basset, an elderly resident is found drowned after a violent attack.
When a character is killed by said Woman Scorned, it's well Death by Woman Scorned.
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Yeah they took turns laying a rose down Threw a handful of dirt into the deep ground * Marianne Faithfull: "Why D'Ya Do It," based on a poem by Heathcoate Williams, is an especially venomous, profane version of this.