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Shots Have Been Fired., 19 December 2010
Author: Robert J. Maxwell (email@example.com) from Deming, New Mexico, USA
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A nice middle-class Colombian family is having a birthday party in a
proper restaurant when -- rat-a-tat-tat -- the pretty mother and the
affectionate father are wiped out, leaving their young daughter
Well, the father, though young, handsome, and familial, was not only from Colombia but worked for a travel agency that booked flights back and forth. That suggests drugs, and Serreta and Logan discover that Daddy was, in fact, mixed up in smuggling and had murdered a rival and been killed by the organization in return.
There is a tense and exciting scene in which the Colombian who executed the hit in the restaurant is captured in the courtyard of a fancy hotel, but the story turns on the ability of the police to link him to the sale of an unusual automatic weapon. In setting up the sting operation, Seretta gets shot twice. In keeping with the usual tempo of the series, the incident isn't lingered over for its sentiment. Serreta never gasps out, "Mikey, I'm going fast, but I want you to know I've always been deeply in love with you." Actually, Seretta recovers but leaves the series. Paul Sorvino only says that he felt his fortunes lay elsewhere, I suppose meaning he wanted to go back to Hollywood. Well -- New York is a tough town.
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