Goren and Eames probe the victim's controversial works and his tortured past, but they make a discovery that a dead model had been used at the site of a former photo shoot. When other similarly beauty women are found missing, the investigators suspect that the secretive artist was exploiting them to gain a new and distressing perspective to revive his lagging career.
Finally, Goren studies the artwork and arrives upon a new theory: the multiple homicides were committed by Heltman's collaborator of on his latest project, who was attempting to exorcise demons from his past through an artistic expression the photographer soon found intolerable.
|Vincent D'Onofrio||Det. Robert Goren|
|Kathryn Erbe||Det. Alexandra Eames|
|Jamey Sheridan||Capt. James Deakins|
|Courtney B. Vance||A.D.A. Ron Carver|
The Life You Write May Be Your Own: Epistolary Autobiography and the Reluctant Resurrection of Flannery O'Connor
Mar 22, 2004; "I prayed there for the novel I was working on, not for my bones, which I care about less." --Flannery O'Connor after visiting...