Goren and Eames are called to investigate a child kidnapping case. But promising leads, lead to dead ends.

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Unique Twists On A Kidnapping
30 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Halfway through this episode I was thinking, "Gee, this is a kind of boring story." Then, a twist brought the story alive, and then another big twist made the whole program worthwhile.

Without giving too much away to spoil the story, it's a kidnapping story with an angle I've never heard of before, and I doubt anyone has......unless this really happened.

The sad thing is that it involves a mentally-disturbed mother and people who take advantage of her. All kinds of innocent people then suffer. Like a lot of these "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" stories, they have melancholy endings that leave a frown on your face, the kind "Eames" is good at showing.

There is good acting in here, as usual, led by Piper Perabo as "Calista Haslum" and Lynn Redgrave as "Aunt Emily."

Boy, I am old; I remember Miss Redgrave when she was a ravaging redhead in the '60s, back in her "Georgy Girl" days! Now she plays old grandma roles. It's good to see her again, though, and her acting is superb.


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