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Tears Bring Harry 

A prostitute named Susan Collins is found murdered, she who is shot five times at point blank range. One of the key pieces of evidence is Susan's cell phone, the names off which the police ... See full summary »

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Det. Ben Sullivan
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Det. Amy Lynch
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Det. John Holland
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Det. Terry Rhodes
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Superintendent Kevin Whitehill
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Nick Ducet
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Vina Chatterji
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Team Commander Pam Garrett
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Dr. Ryan DiSilvio
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Naomi
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Laura Whitehill
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Judge James Wembley
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Victor Aday
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Susan Collins
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Troy Bosch
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A prostitute named Susan Collins is found murdered, she who is shot five times at point blank range. One of the key pieces of evidence is Susan's cell phone, the names off which the police conduct their initial questioning. Based on this questioning, the police believe that her murder has something to do with competing "escort services" and Susan's allegiance to a former pimp versus her current pimp. One of the names on the cell phone is of another prostitute named Sunshine. Amy and Ben's undercover meeting with Sunshine places Ben in a difficult situation. Another prominent name in the cell phone is that of a local judge, who initially denies knowing Susan, but ultimately confesses to his association with her, which is not quite what the police were expecting. But as Sunshine assists Ben, Amy, Terry and Holl on the case, other information comes to light as to secondary work Susan was conducting. Meanwhile, TC and Super's relationship places a strain amongst the unit. And TC has an ... Written by Huggo

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