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The Keepsake (Rizzoli & Isles, #7) by Tess Gerritsen

New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen knows how to expertly dissect a brilliantly suspenseful story, all the while keeping fascinated readers riveted to her side. By turns darkly enthralling and relentlessly surprising, The Keepsake showcases an author at the peak of her storytelling powers.

For untold years, the perfectly preserved mummy had lain forgotten in the dusty basement of Boston’s Crispin Museum. Now its sudden rediscovery by museum staff is both a major coup and an attention-grabbing mystery. Dubbed “Madam X,” the mummy–to all appearances, an ancient Egyptian artifact– seems a ghoulish godsend for the financially struggling institution. But medical examiner Maura Isles soon discovers a macabre message hidden within the corpse–horrifying proof that this “centuries-old” relic is instead a modern-day murder victim.

To Maura and Boston homicide detective Jane Rizzoli, the forensic evidence is unmistakable, its implications terrifying. And when the grisly remains of yet another woman are found in the hidden recesses of the museum, it becomes chillingly clear that a maniac is at large–and is now taunting them.
Archaeologist Josephine Pulcillo’s blood runs cold when the killer’s cryptic missives are discovered, and her darkest dread becomes real when the carefully preserved corpse of yet a third victim is left in her car like a gruesome offering–or perhaps a ghastly promise of what’s to come.

The twisted killer’s familiarity with post-mortem rituals suggests to Maura and Jane that he may have scientific expertise in common with Josephine. Only Josephine knows that her stalker shares a knowledge even more personally terrifying: details of a dark secret she had thought forever buried.

Now Maura must summon her own dusty knowledge of ancient death traditions to unravel his twisted endgame. And when Josephine vanishes, Maura and Jane have precious little time to derail the Archaeology Killer before he adds another chilling piece to his monstrous collection.
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Co-incidence or copycat?

Rizzoli and Isles just started in syndication in the DC area with the first episode, and I was surprised how young Korsak and Frankie both look, and how every one was laying on the Boston accent. I think it will be on Sunday nights in DC, 6 pm channel Any other cities want to let us know when it will show in your area? Weird schedule: Saturday pm, Sunday am. That's two successive episodes. Wow, in DC they on season 2 already.

Do you like " She Works Hard for the Money Season 1 Episode 4: After a student is gunned down in broad daylight, the investigation reveals she had more than a few secrets. Meanwhile, Jane's mother and father get into a spat. Jane reveals shocking news that could be life-changing. A New Day Season 5 Episode 1: In the season premiere, a jogger's murder takes on more urgency as Jane realizes the motive was theft

The signature points to the methods of Charles Hoyt, a killer who traumatised Jane Rizzoli and was caught and imprisoned. But when Jane discovers he's escaped from prison, she decides to stay at Isles' house until the killer is found. Tensions are high as the squad investigates a possible copycat of the legendary Boston Strangler, or could it be the Boston Strangler himself? Meanwhile, Jane butts heads with her new boss, Lieutenant Grant who just happens to be from the same neighbourhood where Jane grew up. And Maura gets into trouble with her habit of diagnosing everyone - including her date.

Rizzoli and Dr. Isles run the Massachusetts Marathon and find a dead runner at Mile Sadly, the Boston Marathon bombing did feature bombs detonated.
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Rizzoli & Isles: Series 1 Episode Guide

Born to Run is the seventh episode of the first season. It first aired on August 23, and drew 6. It was written by David Gould and directed by Matthew Penn. Some of the world's finest athletes run into a dead end when a shooter turns a prestige marathon into a summer biathlon. Read ahead at your own risk. The scene opens with crowds of people gathered for the Boston Marathon and an unknown person is getting a gun ready to fire. As more people gather, the shooter tests the gun on a map of Boston and the outline of the race.

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