A trip to the beach for Eric Delko turns sour when a body is uncovered beneath the sand. The man was killed elsewhere and dumped here. Elsewhere, Horatio is certain that his old enemy from ... See full summary »

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A trip to the beach for Eric Delko turns sour when a body is uncovered beneath the sand. The man was killed elsewhere and dumped here. Elsewhere, Horatio is certain that his old enemy from New York is back when two murders occur in Miami. He immediately contacts Jennifer Wilson whose parents were killed by the same murderer, Walter Resden, many years back when she was still a little girl. Written by Ploy P.

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the facts about Horatio's life as a child make it more interesting
9 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I liked the part where he is trying to protect Jennifer from Walter. The one out in front of the building. That is like a father or protective parent. Stepping between them. Boy would he make a very good father. In the end it is also family like when she searches him out and asks his forgiveness like a child would her parent, and that he already has like a good parent. When he tells her that his life was like Walters when he was growing up is a plus. I sure hope she shows up more in his life in the future. If nothing else as to have him as her father figure in her life. I also liked when he stood up to Walter's foster father and renounced him as a coward and bully. and told him that a real father doesn't beat his children. the part about the Cincinnati Chili was also interesting.


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