Sherlock identifies new murders as the modus operandi of Wade Crewes, the serial killer whose arrest made Captain Thomas Gregson's NYPD career. Their friendship is strained by necessary questions of whether it's a copycat, a former accomplice, or even the real serial killer. Worse yet, what if Crewes' initial conviction rested on a trumped-up investigation, notably by Gregson's partner at the time. Written by
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When talking about the bullets matching from all of the crimes, Holmes says they are "indelibly" linked. This is the wrong word, as it makes no sense in the context he used it. He probably meant something like "undoubtedly". See more
Feather On The Clyde
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