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Harris County Sheriff's Department detective Pete Scallion is wrestling with the decision of whether or not to return to his job of solving cold case homicides, while mired in the grief of the recent loss of his wife, Marti. Retirement looks like a better alternative, since he has lost the only person who has sustained him through his career. The realization that his work solving nearly forgotten murders is the only life he has left finally wins out, and he reluctantly returns to the department.
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