In the nineties, business school graduates Scott and Amy start up a computer health care business called Lionstaff, but Amy dies of a heart attack soon after and Lilly reopens the case.

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Clifton Coleman - 1999, 2005
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Amy Lind - 1999
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Colege friends Scott and Amy start an Internet company in a garage which is instantly successful. Investment banker Clinton Coleman puts up the money to take the company public. The IPO makes Scott and Amy millionaires--on paper. Scott buys a Ferrari and commits more than a million for a Super Bowl ad that fizzles, alarming Amy and threatening their business. When the young health-conscious woman is found dead of a heart attack at the oars of a canoe, the autopsy reveals potassium chloride in her blood. Rush, as part of the homicide team, investigates Scott, Coleman and even Coleman's protective secretary Geraldine; they uncover a cold case in the process. Written by jeaneva

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Amy Lind was murdered on May 7, 1999. See more »

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Written and performed by Aimee Mann
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Well acted, solid story, not too much drama
22 July 2016 | by (Midwest, United States) – See all my reviews

This was a good, solid episode. It wasn't overly "dramatic" as some episodes can be, however, it was well acted and I thought told a good story. There's a good list of suspects which included the murdered woman's business partner, an investor, the investor's secretary, a married man who falls for her and even the dead woman's own sister. Cold Case is usually pretty good at coming up with some good suspects. As I said, there's nothing too overly dramatic about the story (like heartbreak and excessive crying), but this is a good, enjoyable and well acted episode. A very good list of guest actors in this one. I really enjoyed Rodney Scott as the dead woman's business partner. I'll definitely be checking out more of his work on other shows in the future. I also liked the woman who played the secretary.


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