Making-of-featurette (8 min.), production notes, and Midsomer map
Series Four of Midsomer Murders finds Detective Chief Inspector Tom Burnaby (John Nettles) calmly and methodically disseminating five different cases of murder in the deceptively tranquil British rural county of Midsomer, assisted by stalwart young Sgt. Gavin Troy (Daniel Casey) and crusty pathologist Dr. George Ballard (Barry Jackson). Things begin percolating in "Garden of Death", involving the fatal feud between two families over a hotly contested property development. Next on the docket is "Destroying Angel", wherein Barnaby probes into the grisly occurrences surrounding a hotel that is jointly owned by four very odd people. In "The Electric Vendetta", the game is afoot when a naked corpse is found in the middle of a mysterious crop circle. Barnaby crosses wits with a former criminal, now a respectable country squire, who is implicated in the death of one of his daughter's friends in "Who Killed Cock Robins". In "Dark Autumn", Sgt. Troy dallies with a pretty female constable (Gillian Kearney) while looking into the numerous indiscretions and infidelities of a murdered postman. Winding up matters is "Tainted Fruit", in which Barnaby tries to determine if a spoiled heiress' drug habit was the cause of her sudden death. ~ Hal Erickson
The Midsomer Murder mysteries ran for several years. Each episode in Series 4, as in the others, has a great storyline with twist and turns. The episodes keep you guessing as to who committed the murder. If you like murder mysteries this series is entertaining to watch. The video quality is that typical of DVD.
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