While attending an online forensic course, young lab assistant discovers that the fictitious case study has a link to her past. With a help of two female professors she works on bringing a killer to justice.
A year after a devastating flood has killed five locals in an idyllic country town, a mysterious new plant appears. The plant's phenomenal ability to restore youth is so formidable that attempting to harness it means re-evaluating values.
During a murder investigation at Queenstown's infamous One Lane Bridge, ambitious young Maori Detective, Ariki Davis, inadvertently reawakens a spiritual gift that endangers the case, his career and his life.
A senator's aide returns to her small corrupt hometown of San Bonifacio, TX near the U.S.-Mexico border to investigate the death of her sister - a local cop killed by a car bomb. She unravels a complex web of lies, crimes and conspiracies.
Jay R. Ferguson,
Unorthodox but troubled cop Molly McGee leads an investigation into the murder of an unidentified woman. To solve the case, Molly has to team up with Alex O'Connell - a man she hasn't spoken to in twenty years - and they discover that the murder has links to a historic cold case and unnatural circumstances. What begins as a routine investigation exposes something more insidious, and to catch the killer, Molly and Alex have to face the ghosts of their past.
Not a bad series as far as Australian attempts go.
Warning, no spoilers except for the fact that no Australian would call the vehicle Freddie drives a truck. It's what Aussies refer to as a ute. Maybe the script writer isn't an Aussie and no other member of the cast and crew is either else someone would have picked up on the fact that the bloody vehicle is not a truck but a bloody ute.
Apart from that it's not a bad show.
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