Bones Knows; update: Model's Third Notebook; Thrill Killer; Noah's Ark; Bad Friday; Ghosts Go To Court
A Girl Guide leader is found dead in her home on the floor of her bedroom. As there is no obvious cause of death, police are suspicious. When an autopsy reveals a small bullet lodged within the victim's brain with an entry wound through the left eye, detectives learn they're investigating a murder. The suspects include a lying husband and a violent and abusive son, both of whom are members of a local gun club. Each man blames the other, and detectives have to solve the mystery piece by piece, starting with a love letter found in the bottom of a drawer.
In Calgary, Alberta, a beautiful Ethiopian woman is found brutally strangled. The victim's husband seems genuinely distraught over his wife's death, but there is something strangely suspicious about him.
Whistler, B.C. a winter wonderland for the rich and trendy. Three people meet, the son of a wealthy Frenchman, a Vancouver businessman looking for investors, and a real estate agent trying to sell a mountainside estate. Unbeknownst to two of them, they are the latest victims of a notorious international con man.
When a young man is brutally murdered in his home, the only suspect with a motive is his ex-girlfriend, who claims she hasn't seen the victim for months. But detectives uncover a digital camera in the victim's washing machine, DNA evidence, and phone messages that tell a different story.
A killer terrorizes Wichita, Kansas, preying on random people and families, tying them up, and strangling them. But then the killer goes quiet. When he resurfaces decades later, police find a way to lure him to reveal his identity
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