Once again, Blake is hamstrung by a new police superintendent. This guy is a humorless, unyielding automaton who needs to micro-manage every aspect of every case. He sees Blake as a nuisance, despite his incredible crime solving abilities. In this case, other than browbeating suspects, he really understands nothing of the community where he serves. Blake has to use Charlie to get information to this guy, so it will not seem as though he is meddling. Politics and and a couple rich hostile people and an undeserved adulation of his late father have tainted Blake's resume. This case involves a pair of twins who have checkered pasts and a woman who feels she has nothing to live for. A man has been murdered in a cattle pen. Why was he there and what happened to him? We also learn a great deal more about Jean and her past.
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