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Site Map. Media Video Audio Photos. Subscribe Podcasts Newsletters. True to tradition, Death in Paradise will feature guest stars each week as the team investigates a new case. I know how to manage my time well and my energy and how to live in a place like this. There were previously fears the character could die after she got attacked. Tobi Bakare returns to his role as police officer JP Hooper, who has to deal with the new recruit joining the team.
Reflecting on his character at the start of the new series, Bakare said that JP would have an interesting time trying too show newbie Ruby Patterson the ropes. As Humphrey turns his attentions to the women on the island that Carlton had run into, he is left with a list of suspects and motives. The team also learn that after Carlton's murder, only his phone and an old guide book were stolen from his house.
Whilst a team of airline crew stay in a hotel on Saint Marie, air stewardess Natasha Thiebert is found dead. Humphrey investigates Natasha's death and discovers she had been informed of a promotion within the airline just hours before her murder. As evidence suggests that the pilot, Adam Frost, had been in Natasha's room prior to her death, the team are keen to talk to him. They find a bottle of poison in Adam's room with his fingerprints on, indicating he murdered Natasha, but Humphrey believes Adam is being set up.
It is believed that Saint Marie's commerce minister committed suicide, as he had left a suicide note before his death, but the angle of the gun wound suggests that he was murdered. Humphrey looks into the minister's death and learns that he had an affair with his aide, Lena.
When Lena is interviewed in the presence of her godfather, Marlon, by Humphrey and Camille, it is revealed that Marlon is Camille's father, who deserted her when she was six. A group of bird watchers join the island of Saint Marie in search for its rare green parrot. However, whilst the group are wandering through the jungle, Mark Talbot is stabbed to death with his hunting knife. Humphrey and his team learn that Mark was an unpopular member of the birdwatching group, having had an affair with a fellow birdwatcher's wife, which resulted in death threats being made against Mark.
As Humphrey learns that Mark was only out of the group's sights for a couple of minutes before his death half a mile away, he begins to question the ability of the killer. Unpopular land developer Alex Jackson is shot to death on his privately owned island, so Humphrey and the team sail over to the island to solve the murder.
The only people on the island at the time of the murder were Rosie, the housekeeper, Emily, the secretary, and Alex's three children. The prime suspect was the only one who had access to the murder weapon, but also the only one with an alibi.
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Bad weather traps Humphrey and the team on the island with the killer. Only one of Alex's children were set to inherit his business, and when Humphrey learns that Alex was planning to change his will, he solves the case. Emma Redding is found dead in her own room at a local retirement home; her death thought to have been suicide. Whilst investigating Emma's murder, Humphrey is given a distraction, as his wife arrives on the island seeking a reconciliation.
Humphrey decides he is happier living in Saint Marie, and once successfully solving Emma's death, confides in Fidel about his growing feelings for Camille. However, while the door is closed and all the participants are holding hands, the owner of a rum distillery is murdered. The participants are convinced that the ghost of the servant has come back to kill, but Humphrey is not, and begins to seek an alternative explanation for the owner's death. Selwyn steps in to help the team following Fidel's departure from Saint Marie.
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When faced with competition for Camille, Humphrey steps up his signs of affection towards her. Commissioner Patterson also introduces Officer Florence Cassell, who prompts Dwayne to become a temporary workaholic. Saint Marie Heritage Society celebrate the island's history with a meal, but all the guests end up with food poisoning. When the president of the society dies from a significant amount more of the poisoning, a murder investigation begins, with Humphrey looking at the guests motives.
Only an hour before his death, the president rang Humphrey saying somebody was trying to murder him. Humphrey learns that the president's son argued with him just hours before his death, while the society's secretary, Teresa, was stealing the society's funds. As he continues to work to solve the mystery, Humphrey's strong feelings for Camille peak. Humphrey is called to a hotel when a bride is found dead in her room the morning after her hen party. The team quickly establish that the bride knew her murderer, as she willingly let them into her room before she was killed.
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Camille ponders her future in Saint Marie when she is offered a permanent job in Paris. Humphrey decides to tell Camille how he truly feels about her in an attempt to dissuade her from leaving the island, but despite this, Camille ultimately decides it is time to move away to Paris. With Camille gone, Florence is promoted to Detective Sergeant.
The lead singer of a pop group is electrocuted in a swimming pool, and while all the suspects were in the studio at the time of the murder, they also held a grudge against the victim, who burned down a record producer's studio over 20 years ago. As Humphrey continues to search for the evidence to pinpoint the killer, he comes across a click beetle which is not native to the island, helping him solve the case.
The residents of Saint Marie celebrate when the volleyball team proceed to the final of the Inter-Island Volleyball Championships. Celebrations are soon shortened when high-profile player Shelley Kennedy is found dead on the beach, stabbed through the heart. With the news of Shelley's death quickly being reported from major news networks around the world, Humphrey and the team feel the pressure to catch Shelley's killer and understand why she was killed. Overbearing boss Annette Burgess is murdered in her bed.
Humphrey learns that her phone was stolen, and also that one of their main suspects, Dom, had secret links to Annette, giving him the biggest motive to murder. Dom admits to killing Annette, but then Humphrey discovers that Annette was actually dead before Dom had even shot her. With their new discovery, the team work hastily to work out who the original murderer is before they can get away. A murder suspect is shot dead in his prison cell. Humphrey learns that the victim was strongly disliked - with both his wife and brother wanting revenge.
Despite this, Humphrey fails to comprehend how the murderer was able to get away with killing the victim, as JP and Dwayne were both guarding the cell at the time of the murder. Alongside the murder investigation, Humphrey's father flies over to Saint Marie to try and encourage Humphrey to return to the UK and reunite with his wife.
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Humphrey buys a new boat for himself on the island while at the same time, a millionaire philanthropist is murdered on his yacht, while all the members of the group on his yacht are in the sea, and in sight of each other. Next to the victim is a toy soldier, which baffles Humphrey. As the investigation gets underway, Humphrey and the team learn the philanthropist had run-ins with all of the suspects.
Saint Marie's outgoing governor, Caroline Bamber, is poisoned after accepting a drink from Selwyn at her leaving party. As Humphrey checks Caroline's bag for any potential evidence, he finds an unsigned note warning Caroline of her own death.
Caroline's private secretary, Ellery, informs Humphrey of an apparent blackmail scandal that was occurring between Caroline and the president, Francois. Whilst working out why Caroline was murdered, Humphrey's search for a girlfriend through dating websites has little success. Humphrey and the team are called to investigate the murder of a fashion model during a charity shoot. It transpires that the model had a stalker in the build up to her death, although she also had three other suspects with reasons to want her dead.
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All the suspects have alibis, until Humphrey uncovers a photograph which proves one of the alibis to be false. JP is shocked by the unexpected arrival of an old friend. Dwayne receives a text from his dead friend, Cedrik, claiming he was murdered, just minutes after giving a speech at his funeral. The coroner had recorded Cedrik's death as natural, but further analysis of the body reveals Cedrik was actually smothered.
With a limited number of suspects, Humphrey questions them all individually, but learns they were all playing cards on the night of Cedrik's death. Then, when Humphrey talks with an elderly friend of Cedrik's, he learns of an occurrence 45 years ago, providing a motive for murder. Whilst Humphrey's aunt Mary is visiting him on the island, she witnesses businessman John Green fall to his death from a balcony. John was new to Saint Marie and did not know anyone, although it soon turns out that John Green is a fake identity, with the victim actually under witness protection on the island six years earlier.
When Mary provides Humphrey with some information she manages to remember, Humphrey solves the case. Following the launch of his new restaurant, Robert Holt is stabbed to death. His phone and wallet are stolen, with Humphrey and the team initially suspecting that a robbery is to blame for the incident. A bankrupt ex-prisoner is the only suspect to not have an alibi on the night of the murder, but the suspects with alibis have more developed motives for the murder. Video footage taken illegally in the restaurant proves helpful in helping Humphrey realise who the real killer is. Just hours after an argument with rival treasure hunter Newton Farrell, Tosh Walker is murdered on Newton's boat; his corpse then thrown in the sea.
Newton is the prime suspect: the murder weapon is his and Tosh phoned his wife just moments before he died. However, Newton was seen at a drinking bar when Tosh died, puzzling Humphrey and his team, who cannot understand why Newton was set up, particularly by the victim. A tourist, Sian Evans, is found dead in her locked bathroom. All evidence points to Sian committing suicide, but Humphrey is reluctant to believe she was not murdered.
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His suspicions are soon confirmed when he learns that all of the suspects had various motives. At the same time, it is the day of JP's wedding, but he questions whether he can go through with the event or not. Volcanologist Stephen Langham is found dead by the side of a live volcano, with all evidence pointing to death by natural causes, although Humphrey believes otherwise. All of Stephen's colleagues have believable alibis, having clocked into the research centre using the entry card system at the time of Stephen's death.
The only other suspect, Joseph, was absent at the time of the murder, leaving Humphrey and the team unsure of what happened on the day of Stephen's death. Florence's former classmate, Esther Monroe, is found dead at the foot of a cliff. The prime suspects: Sylvie, her editor Patricia and organisers Anna and Oliver all have alibis for each other. Humphrey also learns that Oliver had an affair with Esther prior to her death, and that Sylvie has a long-lost sister, Lizzie.
As the evidence begins to build, Humphrey realises who the killer is.