Binding Ties (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation) by Max Allan Collins
By Max Allan Collins
Ten years in the past, Las Vegas used to be terrorized by means of "CAST" -- a vicious serial killer answerable for approximately part a dozen brutal murders, and who established the mettle of the LVPD's new Captain, Jim Brass. After a two-year spree, forged all at once disappeared and has now not been heard from...until now. Gil Grissom and his CSI crew are referred to as in to enquire a murder that completely suits the infamous criminal's modus operandi. yet all hell breaks unfastened whilst a reporter made well-known through the unique situations 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 notable back. ...even as a assassin from the earlier maintains to avoid seize, and is not taking too kindly to rivals....
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While Catherine stayed in the living room with Carlson, Nick-gun drawn in his right hand, Mini Maglite in his left-moved down the dark hallway, sweeping the flash back and forth. Three doors. Open ones on the left and right, and one closed one on the left side at the end. Nick quickly checked the two open ones-bathroom on the left, a bedroom on the right, both filthy, both empty, of people anyway; Nick had a hunch Grissom could find plenty of bugs in both to make friends with. The last door, however, was locked.
Now, if the publisher can be taken at his word, we're down to thirty or less. " Sara made a face. …" Grissom nodded. " "Okay," Sara said, seeing it. " Grissom smiled. "Exactly, Jim…Sara, information is our currency, you know that. The account grows little by little, one tiny piece at a time. " The trio had moved only a short distance when David Paquette popped out of a side office that bordered the bullpen. He wore a blue shirt and blue-and-gold striped tie, sleeves rolled more than once; he seemed 51 both more harried and less pristine than his publisher, the fluorescent lighting bouncing off his own balding pate.
Paquette stuffed a hand in his pants pocket, fished for a few seconds, and indeed withdrew a keycard. " the editor asked. Grissom pulled the evidence bag out of his pocket but kept the contents tightly wrapped in his fist. " "That our arrangement is still intact and in force. " "After you held out on me? What a load of-" "Hear me out," Grissom said, evidence still concealed in his grasp. "This is something only my lab knows about-it won't be in any of the other media. " Paquette's natural newsman inquisitiveness took over.