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Murder Book 

Green and Cassady investigate the death of a publishing agent who approved a book written by an ex-athlete that describes how he would have murdered his wife if he was in fact the real killer.

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... Ed Green
... Nina Cassady
... Anita Van Buren
... Jack McCoy
... Connie Rubirosa
... Arthur Branch
... Attorney Carsley
... Gerald Stockwell
... Lydia Neville
... Attorney Bocanegra (as Marlyne N. Afflack)
... Judge Stephen Emerton
... Don Lampard
... Todd Dawson
... J.P. Lange
... Elaine Fowler
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Green and Cassady investigate the death of a publishing agent who approved a book written by an ex-athlete that describes how he would have murdered his wife if he was in fact the real killer.

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23 February 2007 (USA)  »

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Damian Young has played five different characters over the course of the series: See more »

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In the opening, the victim is referred to as Serena Darby of Darby Publishing. For the remainder of the episode it is repeatedly mentioned that she worked for Virgil Publishing. See more »

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Detective Ed Green: [chasing a suspect] Get your ass back here!
Gerald Stockwell: [struggling as Green cuffs him] What are you doing?
Detective Ed Green: Your hands.
Detective Nina Cassady: [taking his license out of his wallet] Oh, what do you know? Gerald Stockwell.
Gerald Stockwell: I don't have money, okay? I can't pay you right now, yeah?
Detective Ed Green: Who do you think we are?
Gerald Stockwell: What? You're cops?
Detective Nina Cassady: Homicide.
Gerald Stockwell: Homicide? What? I didn't do anything! I didn't do anything!
Detective Ed Green: [dragging him out of the building] They always say that when they run.
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I know the difference between vengeance and justice, Arthur. We have a solid case.
6 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

A maintenance man noticed a bag that prevented elevator doors from closing. Some blood stains were left on the wall with broken glasses on the ground: a woman lied on the floor after being repeatedly beaten. She was strangulated. Cassady figured out she was a publisher and recently she promoted a controversial book in which the writer described the way he would have killed his murdered wife. That's why she received several lawsuits. The writer, a former baseball player, lived like he was an inmate inside his aparment, due to paparazzi who followed him 24/7. Anyway, the victim had a dinner the night before with the baseball player, something he forgot to mention to detective; they had a sex relationship and he gave to her the book with "goodbye" signature that ended in the hand of another unsuccessful writer: to reduce his sentence, the guy (a ghostwriter) stated to know something about jurors' bribery in the wife murder.....

A very twisted episode, McCoy was sure to convict the right killer, but he made a mistake; anyway it's very hard to prove what he thought. He had to do his best with several tricks at trial, but defense attorney (Mario Van Peebles) is a tough guy.


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