Leary and Shannon investigate a home invasion double homicide. While in his basement, George Brooks heard his wife screaming upstairs. Getting to her, Brooks found an intruder who killed ...
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Leary and Shannon investigate a home invasion double homicide. While in his basement, George Brooks heard his wife screaming upstairs. Getting to her, Brooks found an intruder who killed her and the intruder who Brooks subsequently killed. The intruder is identified as a homeless man who did odd jobs around the neighbourhood and who had self-professed mental health issues. Something about Brooks' story doesn't sit right with Shannon, who looks for evidence to corroborate his gut feeling. Elsewhere, Da Vinci is dealing with two longer term cases. One is the moving of the cemetery associated with Ravenhood Hospital. When the moving process discovers multiple bodies in a few caskets, Da Vinci wants to deem the cemetery a criminal investigation site. Kelly totally disagrees with Da Vinci's assessment. And Fleming and Da Vinci can finally speak to a still severely burned but awake Glen Moorehouse about the fire at his house that killed his wife and children. Meanwhile, Kosmo continues to ... Written by
As always, I love the series and wish there were more like it being made now. Excellent writing, plot, story line and characters make it work.
This episode, was nicely paced and the way it switched back and forth from incidents kept me watching with interest. The way the two detectives working out scenarios and as new clues are found kept changing and reevaluating their theories seemed realistic to me. The low key pace was great and the background music as always was terrific. The sound track just adds to the feel, is never intrusive but there with impeccable taste and always appropriate.
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