In a fertility clinic, an employee called Sarah is found murdered. The room she was working in was locked so the person who killed her must have known the combination. Frozen embryos are also found tipped down the sink. Sarah's murder is pushed aside to a dispute over the ownership of the embryos. It is discovered that those particular embryos were destroyed deliberately. Some of the embryos were biologically a woman called Arlene Galvin's but after Arlene and her husband Joe's divorce, and his death, they were bequeathed to Coral Galvin, his young second wife. Coral was planning to be implanted with one of those embryos because Joe's will stated that his $11 million would be shared between his biological children, so Arlene's son would have to share it with this child and Coral would get control of this child's money, even though it would be Arlene's technically. It is implied that Coral only wanted a child for the money and wouldn't care for it. Arlene said she wouldn't be able to ... Written by
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Det. Rey Curtis
Scientists! If they can do it, they do it. They never think whether they *should* do it.