Beckett is contacted by John Raglan, the investigating detective on the homicide of her mother, who is dying and, tormented by his conscience, has information about the original failed investigation. But before he can pass it on, Raglan is murdered by a sniper in front of Castle and Beckett; determined to uncover what Raglan knew, Beckett begins to investigate old leads in her mother's murder, but is soon suspended from the case after her integrity is challenged by her emotional investment. As Ryan and Esposito continue the investigation, Castle and Beckett launch their own unofficial inquiries -- and both teams soon find themselves up against a mysterious individual with power and influence who is willing to kill to ensure his secrets remain safe. Written by
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This is the first time that Castle admits he has feelings for Beckett that are more than platonic. He doesn't say anything explicitly, but confesses to his mother that spending time at the precinct has become about more than just inspiration for his books. See more
When Detective Ryan is being drowned in ice-cold water by Hal Lockwood's thugs, Lockwood explains the drowning effects to Esposito and how "he'll lose consciousness right away." Lockwood's mouth movements, however, do not match this line. See more
I want to congratulate you both. I don't know how you found my place. But I've been doing this kind of work for a while now, and no one's ever come that close to me. My problem is that your investigation has gone further than I expected. And now, in order for me to finish my job, I need to know exactly what you know about me and my employer. Now, I've got a lot of respect for you guys. What? I do. Now, I'm gonna make you a deal. You tell me what I need to know, one pro to another, and I will ...
References Dirty Harry
Written by Robert Duncan See more