A lucky reader will win Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, The Brokenwood Mysteries, or Midsomer Murders Holiday Collectibles. One winner will be chosen for each show for a total of 3 winners.
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Contest ends October 28, 2019. US addresses only.
The collectible of adored Australian detective drama, MISS FISHER’S MURDER MYSTERIES, contains the stand-alone Christmas episode, Murder Under the Mistletoe. Phryne (Essie Davis, The Babadook, Game of Thrones) and company head to a chalet to celebrate “Christmas in July,” but when they arrive, they find a resident dead, electrocuted while hanging festive lights. Two other deaths quickly follow, though not before Jack and Constable Collins arrive and Phryne begins to figure out which of the chalet’s residents might be the next victim. This Christmas conundrum comes with a bonus season’s greeting from the cast and opens to a Miss. Fisher pop-up collectible
This pop-up collectible is of fan-favorite New Zealand detective drama, THE BROKENWOOD MYSTERIES, and features stand-alone feature-length Christmas mystery, A Merry Bloody Christmas. In this holiday episode from its third season, it’s Christmas in Brokenwood, but not all is merry and bright. When the mayor is murdered in his home, dressed as Santa after the annual holiday parade, Detectives Shepherd (Neil Rea, Go Girls) and Sims (Fern Sutherland, The Almighty Johnsons) question those locals vying for the mayoral position. But when more bodies turn up, the detectives believe there’s a darker motive at work. This Christmas whodunit also comes with a bonus interview with the cast and writer. Its pop-up features Detectives Shepherd and Sims.
The MIDSOMER MURDERS holiday collectible includes the stand-alone feature-length holiday mystery, The Christmas Haunting, an episode from the beloved long-running British detective drama’s sixteenth season. DS Charlie Nelson (Gwilym Lee, Bohemian Rhapsody) arrives in Midsomer to be DCI Barnaby’s (Neil Dudgeon, Life of Riley) new partner. His first case involves a stabbing death during a ghost-hunting party at the Morton Shallows manor house. Barnaby and Nelson investigate the true motives behind the villagers’ paranormal proclivities. This Christmas caper comes with a bonus interview with Gwilym Lee and opens to a pop-up collectible featuring DCI Barnaby and his dog