By Max Allan Collins
Early one quiet Monday morning, in an empty government place of work, assistant Janice Denard starts off to arrange for one more usual day - yet in its place discovers proof of terrible crimes, surprising photos left deserted in a printer. Now, with the aid of the LVPD's machine forensics specialists, the CSI staff needs to tune via and software program, deception and deceit to discover the perpetrators. yet whereas Willows and Stokes examine the as soon as well-hidden secrets and techniques now published in print, Grissom, Brown, and Sidle discover new and worrying proof in a high-profile media case...the brutal homicide of the Mayor's long-missing secretary.
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The late Ms. " A fourth finger came up. " "Unnnggggh," Sara said. Warrick had the glazed expression of a caught carp. " "Our boss," Grissom said amiably. " Captain Jim Brass chose this moment to come walking into the morgue, and noticed Grissom's upraised hand with four fingers raised. " The pop culture reference didn't penetrate Grissom's concentration, and he motioned with that upraised hand, in a presentational manner, to the body. Brass's eyes followed the CSI's gesture. " "Holy shit," Brass said, his normally sleepy eyes wide awake, whites showing all around.
The aide snorted. Then he blustered: "The sheriff can't be a suspect…. " Mobley faced his campaign manager. " Stunned, Anthony took a step backward. The sheriff's attention turned completely to Grissom. "Gil, you and Jim will have complete autonomy in this investigation. " He turned to Brass. " A syllable that might have been "no" escaped from Anthony. Brass said, "Since that's not our standard procedure, I don't believe it's necessary. " Eyes narrowed, Mobley nodded. " Mobley asked, surprised.
47 Feeling that comment required no confirmation, Grissom said, "I'm going back to check on how our side's doing. " Doc Robbins was still in the middle of the autopsy, and Warrick and Sara were in the midst of processing various elements recovered from the carpet. They seemed not to be in need of help, so Grissom and Brass returned to the former's office where he turned on the TV on a small stand in the corner, and waited. He knew it wouldn't be long and he was right. Less than an hour later-a time period during which Grissom humored Brass by discussing with him various political ramifications of the situation, none of which interested the CSI except in terms of enumerating suspects-the Candace Lewis story took over the airwaves.