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|airdate = 28 January 2015
 
|airdate = 28 January 2015
 
|village_or_location = [[Luxton Deeping]]
 
|village_or_location = [[Luxton Deeping]]
|other_locations = [[Midsomer Mere]]
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|other_locations = [[Midsomer Mere]]<br>Pandlefoot Bailey<br>Bannerdown Woods
 
|writer = [[Chris Murray]]
 
|writer = [[Chris Murray]]
 
|director = [[Alex Pillai]]
 
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Cecilie-petersen.jpg|[[Cecilie Petersen]]<br>Received a package containing a boobytrapped roulette wheel with a note ''"To Cecilie from Me. Whatever You Do Don't Touch The Spinner."'' and as she spinned it, was killed by a massive electrical shock from the roulette's mechanism.
 
Cecilie-petersen.jpg|[[Cecilie Petersen]]<br>Received a package containing a boobytrapped roulette wheel with a note ''"To Cecilie from Me. Whatever You Do Don't Touch The Spinner."'' and as she spinned it, was killed by a massive electrical shock from the roulette's mechanism.
 
Niall-colebrooke.jpg|[[Niall Colebrooke]]<br>Knocked unconscious by receiving a blow to the back of the head, possibly with a wood plank, then lifted onto a printing press and crushed to death.
 
Niall-colebrooke.jpg|[[Niall Colebrooke]]<br>Knocked unconscious by receiving a blow to the back of the head, possibly with a wood plank, then lifted onto a printing press and crushed to death.
George-summersbee.jpg|[[George Summersbee]]<br>Chased through the woods, then, once he was alone, was held from behind and stabbed in the left side of the neck with a knife.
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George-summersbee.jpg|[[George Summersbee]]<br>Chased through the woods, then, once he was alone, was held from behind and stabbed in the left side of the neck with a dagger.
 
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The Dagger Club is the first episode of the seventeenth series of the popular ITV crime drama Midsomer Murders and was originally aired on 28th January 2015.

SynopsisEdit

The unveiling of a newly-discovered novel by deceased Midsomer crime-writer George Summersbee at the Luxton Deeping Crime Festival is jeopardised when the manuscript is stolen and a woman is fatally electrocuted by a booby-trapped roulette wheel. Can new dad DCI Barnaby untangle a web of jealousy and obsession to find the killer?

PlotEdit

Suzie Colebrooke is electrocuted by a roulette wheel sent to her house. She was the legal executor and supposed lover of thriller writer George Summersbee whose Jed Dagger novels she also illustrated. At the same time a newly discovered manuscript by George of an unpublished Dagger story is stolen from Suzie's home. A local crime fiction festival is going on, run by Maggie Markham, whose doctor husband Nick Summersbee has written his brother George's biography whilst George's daughter Bella, rather than estranged wife Jeannie, is his sole heir. Following a second murder Barnaby finds out that both were copied from killings in a Dagger novel though the victim was a stranger to Suzie. There are a number of people anxious for different reasons to locate the missing manuscript but there are also suggestions that it is a fake. Furthermore there are differing accounts of George's death. Barnaby has to resort to the printed page to solve the mystery of the Dagger club.

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NotesEdit

The following actors and actresses who appeared in this episode have also appeared in the following episodes

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