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Mike Longstreet was an insurance investigator who was blinded in an explosion. His wife was killed by the same blast. With the aid of braille teacher Nikki and guide dog Pax, Longstreet tracked down the jewel thieves who murdered his wife, and continued his career as a detective. Written by
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I saw this once on TV land and I thought it very good. In fact, I couldn't believe it when I found out this only lasted a year. The mysteries were involving, and Longstreet was cool because he wasn't like other detectives, he was blind and had friends to help him with the cases. Certain shows like "Lucan" don't deserve to last long on TV, but this was one of the few shows that was actually good that didn't last long. Oh well.
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