Gunshots, a fleeing van and a massive blood pool all point to murder, but when Castle & Beckett arrive at the crime scene, they discover that it lacks something - the victim! The investigation leads to the cutting-edge world of life-extension science, a cunning high-tech researcher, and a sleazy porn mogul who invested in a modern-day "fountain of youth." Meanwhile, Alexis finds out whether she got into Stanford. Written by
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It is established that before "In a Hail of Bullets", his first novel, was published by Black Pawn, Castle was rejected by twenty-one other publishers. See more
At the end of the show, Beckett identifies Mrs. Hamilton's means of death as a cyanide pill.
Cyanide pills cause death by brain death, irreparably destroying the cerebral neurons, which would completely negate her reason to die, in order to have her brain preserved. See more
Who would sign up for an illegal experimentation of an untested surgical procedure?
Oh, I don't know. Make you feel better, live longer... hell, I'd give it a try. Though not in a sleazy hotel. I'd need five stars.
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