Wendy Dupree, murdered in a cheap motel, wrote a clue in her blood. When Castle realizes it's no word but a number, it leads, in combination with her phone records, to a storage compartment, about to be auctioned, rented by her brother Wendell, an ex-con, who died in a suspicious accident a few months earlier. He was employed as driver by socialite Anjelica Henley, who recently reported a super-valuable diamond, stolen in a robbery, focus of further criminal intrigues. The earlier past provides the crucial clues, while Castle and his mother worry about Alexis's impending moving out to a dorm, albeit in New York. Written by
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When Beckett arrests the killer, she comments that, in addition to the murder charges in New York, the "State of Pennsylvania" will want to file manslaughter charges. While it's commonly called a state, it's not called the State of Pennsylvania; its name is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. See more
Okay, one last box and I'm ready for college.
Sweetheart, this is a lot of stuff. You do realize you don't have to take all of this stuff with you to your dorm room. Like this, what is this?
Remember? I wanted to ride my bike without training wheels, like the big kids. And I did, so you got me my very own gold medal.
Oh. Well, honey, that is... that's a very sweet memory, but your dorm room is only so big. You're gonna have to leave some of this stuff behind.
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