By Max Allan Collins
Ten years in the past, Las Vegas used to be terrorized by means of "CAST" -- a vicious serial killer liable for approximately part a dozen brutal murders, and who demonstrated the mettle of the LVPD's new Captain, Jim Brass. After a two-year spree, solid abruptly disappeared and has now not been heard from...until now. Gil Grissom and his CSI group are known as in to enquire a murder that completely suits the infamous criminal's modus operandi. yet all hell breaks unfastened while a reporter made well-known through the unique circumstances gets a letter from somebody claiming to be solid -- and who says he has not anything to do with the newest slaying. Now the CSIs needs to cease anyone who could be a copycat killer from remarkable back. ...even as a assassin from the previous maintains to keep away from trap, and is not taking too kindly to rivals....
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Certainly the similarities between this and the Sandred murder were striking, and Warrick had little doubt they were dealing with the same killer-either new or old CASt. And, anyway, despite Grissom's surprising announcement of his own hunch that the killer was just getting started-which had already been born out by the body in this room-Warrick knew his supervisor would not tolerate assumptions, even in a situation like this. Warrick would follow the evidence to see where it led. Period. Getting out his camera, Warrick started snapping pictures.
Catherine had a polite smile going, too. " The skinny dude stepped out onto the walkway and Nick maneuvered himself so he was between the guy and Catherine. The dude slowly pulled the door to 2D closed, probably hoping he could do so without them noticing. "We're looking for Phillip Carlson," Catherine said over Nick's shoulder. The guy reared back a little. "You found him. How can I help Vegas Five-oh? " "By answering a few questions," Catherine said. Carlson turned his attention to her, appraising her with a kind of amused confusion, as if he couldn't make out why a good-looking woman like this would be a cop.
Okay," Catherine said, trying to regroup mentally. " Brass blew out air. "There were hundreds at the beginning. Serial confessors, heavyset men calling in saying their neighbors were acting suspiciously, all kinds of dipsticks. " "When I say Dayton was a psychopath, I don't mean 'eccentric,' I mean clinical. " "Oh yes," Catherine said. Nick was nodding in recognition, too. Brass continued: "And Jerome was my personal favorite candidate for the killings, only he ended up in a private hospital where he's been since late 1995.