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Some crime scenes are so dreadful that law enforcement pray to forget them, but Detective Pat Postiglione has the gift of a photographic memory. Coupled with a laser sharp eye for evidence and a brain that is trained to detect microscopic clues, this detective is one of the most valuable minds on the force. With over 25 years of experience as a Nashville homicide detective, Det. Postiglione has seen hundreds of crime scenes, and he remembers each as if it happened yesterday. The victims live on in his consciousness, and the details remain ingrained in his mind. For some, this might be haunting, but for Det. Postiglione, it's his life's calling.
In 2004, Detective Postiglione investigates the rare double homicide of two young college students in an apartment near a Nashville university. When a third victim is gunned down, Pat launches a state-wide manhunt to catch a ruthless killer.
It's 1987 and Pat is a young detective just starting on the general homicide unit. During the night shift, he is called to the scene of a murder. A young mother, Vanessa Rucker, was murdered with her children in the other room, and her body was found in a position that signals sexual assault. Without much evidence or clear suspects, the case is put in the hands of the Murder Squad, an elite unit of homicide investigators and still goes cold. Almost one year later, Pat is promoted to the Murder Squad and given another opportunity to solve the case that haunts him to this day.
In 1993, a night clerk is shot dead inside the lobby of a hotel. Despite eyewitness accounts, Det. Postiglione can't locate the killer. Recalling subtle clues left outside the crime scene, he finally comes face to face with a most unusual suspect.
In 1991, a woman is found murdered inside a Nashville motel room. The investigation escalates after Detective Postiglione discovers a similar crime scene in Cincinnati, sending him on a year-long odyssey to capture a serial killer.
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