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Blood in the Water 

"Blood in the Water" is an episode of The Killing starring Mireille Enos, Joel Kinnaman, and Gregg Henry. While covering up Skinner's disappearance, Linden and Holder are assigned a new case: the brutal case of a family with ties to a military academy.

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... Sarah Linden
... Stephen Holder
... Carl Reddick
... Kyle Stansbury
... Lincoln Knopf
... A.J. Fielding
... Colonel Margaret Rayne
... Caroline Swift
... Female Doctor
... Kat Nelson
... Charles Ross
... Bethany Skinner
... Tim Jablonski
Ingrid Torrance ... Tess Clarke
... Adrian Seward
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While covering up Skinner's disappearance, Linden and Holder are assigned a new case: the brutal case of a family with ties to a military academy.

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1 August 2014 (USA)  »

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When Holder comes to Linden's home in the morning. Neither door is locked. It's highly unlikely she'd leave her doors unlocked. See more »

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Written by Richard File and Wendy Fowler
Performed by We Fell To Earth
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A very satisfying 4th season
12 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

Once again I found myself rapidly pulled into the characters and the season's plot. As with the prior 3 seasons, there are constant twists and turns to the plot, some of them brought on by the personalities of the leading detectives.

The relationship between the two detectives is tested, mainly because last season ended with them covering up their own guilt in the disappearance of a serial killer.

The writing is top notch; I did not figure out the ending until it was revealed. Those folks with evil intentions sometimes inadvertently produce good results; others with good intentions produce evil.


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