Da Vinci's Inquest: Season 1, Episode 12

The Hunt (27 Jan. 1999)

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At a Seattle conference, Da Vinci, Leary and Sunny discover similar cases across the Pacific Northwest, including the death Da Vinci is currently working to solve.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Sunny Ramen (as Sue Mathew)
Venus Terzo ...
Robert Wisden ...
Mona Resnick
George Gordon ...
Jerome Morton


The dead body of a young woman by the name of Sandy Whelan is found in the park. At an international homicide conference in Seattle, Da Vinci learns that Sandy's death is strikingly similar to a number of other recent deaths: the victims are knocked out using the same commercially available barbiturate, they're sexually molested several times and they're ultimately bound and strangled. The lead investigator in this investigation is FBI agent Charlotte Turner, who helps Da Vinci and the Homicide Department with their investigation of Sandy's murder. Turner and Da Vinci's relationship becomes more than just professional. Through these old cases, they track the killer's movements, the killer moving north up the Pacific coast and into the BC interior. With Sandy, they know that she was picked up in a bar in the hotel in which she was staying. They also later learn that this is consistent with all the other women. They don't yet know that there is not one killer but two, namely Mona and ... Written by Huggo

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