A psychiatrist and frequent expert witness becomes obsessed with a younger woman. When her young niece is suspected of being abused, the father is murdered. A messy divorce with mob overtones muddies the water.
When a judge's clerk is found dead in the judge's home, clues point to a semi-professional hit-man. But Goren and Eames uncover rivalries and jealousies among the judges sitting on the bench. How can the detectives and ADA solve this mystery under intense political pressure?
Goren and Eames must untangle the story behind a mysterious man living a double life while telling his family that he is an economist for the United Nations. As his world of lies unravels, murder seems to be his only way out.
When a woman is found murdered in a hotel room with the same signature as an accused serial killer awaiting trial behind bars, Detectives believe it to be the work of a copycat. Considering that details of the case have been kept strictly under wraps, and the accused killer, Reddick, has had no visitors other that attorneys and psychiatrists, aids Detectives in limiting the suspect pool. Once Goren and Eames discover that Reddick is involved in a clinical study linking a brain lesion to rage killing, they grow to suspect that one of the doctors conducting the study ...
When the highly mummified remains of a woman long dead are discovered washed up along the Bronx River, Goren and Eames find that this cold case is an unsolved homicide investigated years ago by James Deakins, the man now their captain.
The American-raised daughter of a Russian mafioso, author of a tell-all memoir about growing up in a criminal family, is killed soon after starting work on a new project. But what was to be the undisclosed subject of her second book?