Only Becket, on whom the lead character was based, pretends not to be excited when one of Castle's books is chosen for a Hollywood movie. An anonymous, amused 'fan' calls the precinct to report his murder from a Grand Central Station phone booth, where the victim is found, shot with five bullets hand-marked to spell out 'NIKKI'. It's personal injury lawyer Alex Peterman. More calls, bodies, a deliberate clue and messages follow spelling 'will burn'. From the second murder, the FBI sends serial killer agent Jordan Shaw, who soon returns Castle's admiration when he deciphers clues. An apparent solution proves most dangerous. Written by
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When the female murder victim is found on the carousel, her eyes are open and rolled up, and her mouth is slightly open. In the next scene, when Lainey is examining the body, the victim's eyes and lips are closed. See more
[entering the squad room
Ask me why I'm here.
You know, I ask myself that question every day.
Written by Robert Duncan See more