Commander Léa Soler and Captain Paul Marchal are divorced, but they'll have to team up. Not to mention their teenage children, Alice and Thomas, who are also forced to see each other outside of work.
Céline Ducourneau appears lying on her terrace and is in a coma. She was a battered woman to whom an association gave the opportunity to rebuild her life in Montpellier. As the ex-husband is still in prison, and everything points to a simple landscaping accident, Leah is about to close the case. That is when he is surprised to discover a familiar face among the people who called Celine the morning of his death.
Paul discovered Camille's secret passion for music, a passion he had hidden from his colleagues in the brigade. She plans to sing at the Théâtre de la Mer at an amateur festival and Paul offers Léa to surprise Camille by going to the festival. But the party becomes a drama when Camille, at the end of the show, discovers the body of Quentin Vidal, the new director of the festival, shot dead in his hotel room. Camille is afraid: not only was she the one who had an appointment with him, but she has been killed with her weapon! Paul and Leah insist on taking the case despite their closeness to Camille. Why does the murderer seek to indict Camille? Did Camille tell the whole truth?Watch Now:Amazon
Philippe Préjean is found dead in the workshop of the traditional soap factory he manages. Léa and Paul think that they will quickly complete their investigation: the hair of the attacker was found in the hand of the victim. The DNA analysis, however, reserves a big surprise for the investigators. The hair belongs to Laurent Belmont, the victim's wife's first husband. Now, this one is supposed to have died eight years before!…
In the middle of the night, Antonin, one of Paul's best friends, calls him in a panic. His wife Cyrielle has disappeared, he is convinced that she threw herself off the bridge. When Paul arrives at the bottom of the bridge, he sees Cyrielle falling. He jumps into the water but it's too late, he can't save her. The gendarmes think quickly close the case. It is a suicide, Paul witnesses it. But Léa has doubts, why did Antonin contact Paul instead of calling the emergency services which were closer to the bridge? Would Antonin have manipulated Paul to disguise Cyrielle's murder as suicide?
Baptiste Lacroix, a well-known truffler in the region, vanishes in the middle of his oak plantation. Impressive event difficult to assume by his family that has already been hit by a tragedy: the accident in which Julie was paraplegic. At that time, Julie and her partner had settled down on their parents' farm and thanks to her affection, she had managed to recompose herself and focus on the cultivation of truffles. The autopsy reveals that the victim died from a brain injury. Investigators discover that the place of death is not really the scene of the crime.
The body of a young woman is found on an archaeological dig site. The victim, Marion Duval, was a young student and nothing foreshadowed the tragedy that was about to happen. His corpse was found in an airtight and fully sealed burial chamber. Investigators Léa Soler and Paul Marchal are determined to solve the mystery of this closed room...Watch Now:Amazon
World-renowned choreographer Alexander Williams is found dead on the Agora stage. One of his dancers, Nathalie Parisot, is found covered in the victim's blood and in a state of shock. But she does not remember anything: she has an early Alzheimer's syndrome. By digging to find evidence against her, Soler and Marchal will realize that the murder may not be as simple as it seems... Alexander Williams seemed to be hiding several secrets. Was he killed out of jealousy? What if Nathalie was not guilty but had witnessed the murder?
Isabelle Prioux, a climbing teacher, is found dead at the foot of a cliff in Hortus, victim of the sabotage of her team. Why kill this seemingly inoffensive woman who returned to the region after 5 years of absence? His departure, caused by the accidental death of his assistant on the same cliff, is related to the murder? Isabelle had changed radically during her absence, she, who once climbed alone to anywhere, now showed extreme concern for safety ... Our researchers will discover that although Isabelle Prioux thought she had buried the past, someone was waiting for her return , hiding a dark secret.
Maxime Baltard, a former prisoner famous for his escapes and who seemed to have found his redemption, appears dead on his farm. Apparently, Maxime hid secrets from his family, including Isabelle, his wife ... a woman who had given everything for him. Maybe she thought her husband had betrayed her? Our investigators will not cease to be surprised since Maxime Baltard, is an old acquaintance of the police. He was a famous thief specialized in jewelry, he had known his glory hours 10 years ago. He and his wife were arrested and had been in prison and after serving their sentence they decided to rebuild their lives buying this property.Watch Now:Amazon
The fifty-year-old Hervé Brianson is found dead on his sailboat moored in Port Camargue. The man originally from the area had not appeared for 20 years. He had become a famous photographer who traveled the world with his work. Brianson had won the Pulitzer Prize thanks to the photography of an indigenous child taken in the Amazon. Although initially the investigation focuses on the traffic of snuff between France and Spain, Isabelle Leduc, the captain of the port will become suspicious, since, years ago she and Brianson had been lovers. The investigation will discover the true personality of the photographer who was willing to do anything to get a fame he did not deserve.
The body of Patricia Raynaud, shot dead, is found near a bauxite quarry, a red ore that gives the place the appearance of western scenery. The victim worked for the company that operates the quarry, a quarry whose particularity is to have all of its employees as sole shareholders. The young woman had been elected director three months earlier. Paul spends time at the quarry, convinced that the rivalry between the former manager and the victim might have something to do with the crime. Meanwhile, Léa learns that the victim had just discovered that her father, who had been missing for years, had probably never left the region! Their tracks will eventually converge and lift the veil on a ten-year-old lie...
General rehearsal day at the Montpellier Opera. François Durieux, first violin of the philharmonic orchestra, is found stabbed with a luthier knife. This talented and lonely young man did not seem to have more passion than music and his Armanello, a prestigious violin of the eighteenth century. A passion supported by his mother and Pascal, his luthier and mentor. The suspicions fall on the second violin of the orchestra and main rival of François.
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