Swiss antiques and arms dealer millionaire Sebastian Ranner is ambushed in Hollywood and shot. Hetty claimed the case from LAPD because his black book will be the envy of US and foreign secret services. Indeed Germans, French and others will stop at nothing. Ranner's interior decorator and secret gay lover Frederick Harbin is a key target. Hetty concentrates on a man from her own active past. Written by
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When leaving an agitated Bastion Cole at the nursing home, Cole refers to Hetty as "Gartenzwerg" - a garden gnome (referring to her small stature). See more
Two gunmen shoot Ranner at close range. He holds his briefcase in front of himself in a futile effort to defend himself. As he falls dead, however, it is clear that his shirt behind his bag is completely untouched. There are no bullet holes nor blood. See more
Special Agent Kensi Blye
So why would Hetty tell us this book is a list of arms dealers?
Henrietta 'Hetty' Lange
Because the actual specifics of the book are way beyond all of our pay grades, Ms. Blye.
References The Magnificent Seven