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Midsomer Murders on Location book

Exploring the Towns and Villages at the Murderous Heart of England

Books about the Midsomer Murders locations:

Interested in knowing more? Your essential guide to Midsomer Murders locations can be purchased in good bookshops, at the local Visitor Information Centre or ordered direct from Midsomer Murders on Location - published by Irregular Special Press.

Exploring Midsomer takes the reader on a tour of the real Midsomer. From Amersham and Wallingford to Beaconsfield and Thame, Chris Behan has used his skill and intimate knowledge of the subject to create a book that is a must for fans of “Midsomer Murders” and all those who love this charming part of rural England. Order a copy of  Exploring Midsomer - published by The History Press.


Midsomer Murders Society:Midsomer Murders Fansite home page

For up to date, in-depth information about the Midsomer Murders TV series episode by episode including locations, characters and photographs visit the comprehensive fans' guide. You'll find details of events organised by the Midsomer Murders Society including the annual convention Midsummer in Midsomer which takes place over three days in June.

Specialist Midsomer Murders short breaks:

Enjoy a locally themed Midsomer Murder short break or take a guided tour of Midsomer to  see your favourite Midsomer Murders locations

Other interesting places to visit in Midsomer County:

The Cholsey and Wallingford Railway - Enjoy a 5 mile round trip on a preserved former Great Western Railway branchline on selected weekends. Extensive 08 class diesel locomotives as well as steam engines.

Mapledurham - a privately owned stately home that has starred in several episodes. Read more about the latest fiming at Mapledurham behind the scenes.





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