Detective John Stone of the NYPD heads up the 43rd’s cold case unit, in the Bronx. In a place like the Bronx you get a lot of cold cases. So Stone has one golden rule for investigating a case: it must have some remote chance of being solved. So what made him choose the Al’ Chester case, the sixty year-old schizophrenic murdered on his birthday, twelve years earlier, alone in his apartment - a case where there was zero forensic evidence? The fact was, it should have been a slam-dunk. They had the time of death - ten thirty on the Friday night; cause of death - a single stab wound to the heart; motive - half a million bucks; prime suspect – a gang member seen on the night of the murder trying to break into the victim’s house...only one thing was missing.
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