Greg is doing his final proficiency test and he has a case to solve. Ironically, he investigates the death of a Sherlock Holmes- wannabe, obsessive to the point of recreating the great detective's living room in his home. He died from a close-range gunshot wound. The murder weapon is not found in the scene although everything other pieces of evidence suggest that it was a suicide. Working under Catherine, Nick and Warrick works on a case of a dead guy found in his car which veered off the highway. Dr. Robbins cannot find the cause of death and it is left to the two detectives to solve the mystery. Written by
Did You Know?
The method in which the murder weapon was concealed closely parallels the Holmes story "Thor Bridge" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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When Greg is examining Denny's (the enthusiast's) body in the coroner's office you can see the giant injury on the left side of his head. But then when Sara and Doc Robbins are looking at pictures from the crime scene the injury is on the right side of his head. See more
[to Brass in her Irene Adler voice about the victim, a Sherlock Holmes impersonator
You see, detective, Denny would have wanted his murder to be the perfect puzzle. A mystery worthy of the master.