Quincy has doubts about Dr. Asten's findings in an autopsy that he performed on a man who died in a nightclub fire. Asten believes that the man is a victim of a homicide, while Quincy believes it could be natural causes.

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Garry Walberg ...
John S. Ragin ...
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Joseph Roman ...
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Frank Bristol
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Angie Wilson
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Assistant DA Glendon
Joy Garrett ...
Gladys
Frank Campanella ...
Carl
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Judge Whelan (as Bob Hastings)
Joseph V. Perry ...
Solly Arkoff
Charlie Jones ...
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Lisa Pera ...
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Quincy has doubts about Dr. Asten's findings in an autopsy that he performed on a man who died in a nightclub fire. Asten believes that the man is a victim of a homicide, while Quincy believes it could be natural causes.

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3 March 1978 (USA)  »

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A wonderful change of pace.
16 April 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

There is an awful fire and over a dozen people are killed. After an exhausting night, Quincy stomps off and Astin is left in the morgue. However, another body is discovered and Astin himself decides to do the autopsy. It seems pretty cut and dry. However, the next day, Quincy comes in and has different findings. Astin naturally believes that he's wrong and begins to doubt himself--going so far as to resign. Now it's up to Quincy the crusader to come to the rescue and get to the bottom of exactly what happened and determine whether or not Astin was correct in his finding.

This is an excellent change of pace having Astin doing some hands-on work in the lab. It's also a reasonably interesting plot that kept my attention. I particularly liked the scene where Quincy was hanging out with strippers--and you'll just have to see this for yourself! Overall, a novel plot--one that is well worth your time.


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