Day after day, the overworked team, which also has to cope with bereavement and work in new forensic colleague Riley Adams, is confronted with another bizarre death in a public place. It becomes clear that all victims, who have very little in common, must have been murdered in a gas-chamber, moved and staged like macabre artwork. Indeed a critic proves key to the case. Written by
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In the scene at Skagg's studio, he's working on a painting of a dead man lying in a red convertible with his arm trailing along the edge of the door. The pose Jerzy's model is in is a homage to 'The Death of Marat', a 1793 painting by Jacques-Louis David. Jean-Paul Marat was a political figure in the French Revolution before his assassination in 1793. Art imitating life imitating Art. See more
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[arriving at a crime scene where the body is propped up in an upright position
She forget to fall down?