Murder is not a one-size-fits-all crime. People kill for many reasons. Revenge. Jealously. Hate. Even love. Officer Georgia Morgan with the Nashville Police Department Forensics Unit didn’t generally care about motivation behind a killing. That was big picture. She cared about the micro picture: hair fibers, fingerprints, DNA, and all the other minute details that proved guilt or innocence. Homicide Detective Jake Bishop was her opposite. He saw the forest, not the trees. Sure, he’d use Georgia’s forensic work in the courtroom to sway a jury, but when it came to day-to-day investigations, it took a back seat. With the clock ticking to catch a killer, Bishop didn’t wait for backed-up state labs or fingerprint analysis.
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