The second season begins with Carrie and Al joining the Major Crimes Section of the NYPD to work the city's highest-profile cases. Their first investigation is a child kidnapping that makes Carrie wonder if a move from Queens to Manhattan was the right one for her. Written by cherrylicious
Carrie arrives at a murder scene not knowing it was of Walter Morgan, her nemesis who held the clues to the death of Carrie's sister Rachael. Carrie is now the prime suspect in the murder investigation of Morgan for she met twice with him, once for dinner at his house then just before he was shot to death the next day. Walter told Carrie that she would get a call from a man named Jensen, who calls Carrie at home and gets spooked because she's a cop, then she offers him $10K for his information and agrees to meet him. At this point he is either Morgan's killer or Carrie's alibi. Al tells the D.A. that the investigation is ongoing and they have no suspects, but the D.A. wants more; so they give up Carrie to try to sucker the real suspect into thinking he has won the endgame by matching wits against Carrie.
During a murder trial in which a real estate mogul is accused of killing his wife, a key witness disappears. Carrie and Al must find the witness and solve the case within 48 hours, or all charges against the defendant will be dismissed.
Totally forgettable! That is one hour I will never get back - what a waste of time. I will stick with The Closer, Castle and Body of Proof. Hey Movieberry, how about getting some more crime series from the UK - they do it much better than the Americans - although there are exceptions. Please...
Carrie is an ex-cop who has a "gift" - complete recall. When a woman in her apartment block is murdered, she is drawn into the investigation as a witness. She discovers that her ex-lover and police partner has also relocated to New York, and is heading that murder investigation. Reluctantly,...