A controversial photographer is murdered, and his last shoot holds the vital clue.

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Spencer Farnell
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Hannah Heltman
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A controversial photographer is murdered, and his last shoot holds the vital clue.

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3 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Detective Robert Goren: What did you do to him, Doris?
Doris Mitchell: I played bad nurse with him. Tied him to Grandma's smelly bed, put on my ma's nurse cap and beat the crap out of him. But like ma said, he could take it. Hey listen, I gotta get back to work, you see Spence around you tell him hi for me.
Detective Alexandra Eames: [unenthusiastically] We will.
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25 October 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The case that Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe catch involves the murder of a noted artist and concentration camp survivor. That fact has colored all the work of Sam Tsoutsouvas, he pretty much distances himself from wife and son.

But the murderer in this case is street artist Glenn Fitzgerald who brought Tsoutsouvas a most unusual project. When the victim discovered exactly the nature of the project he was killed.

Again the eclectic mind of Robert Goren goes to work. Fitzgerald's got some bad secrets hidden in his past. One interview scene with his sister in prison tells you all you need to know.

I agree wholeheartedly with the other reviewer. Goren's modus operandi is to find which buttons to press and press them he does. Boy does this perpetrator have issues.


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