During a murder trial in which a real estate mogul is accused of killing his wife, a key witness disappears. Carrie and Al must find the witness and solve the case within 48 hours, or all charges against the defendant will be dismissed.
Carrie finds the true identity of her nemesis, Fred, who also gives her not only clues to the current homicide investigation of a tennis player on the comeback trail but also offers a clue in the death of Rachel, Carrie's sister.
The investigation of a research lab fire has the fire marshal reluctant to say the “B” word because the suggestion would mean post 9/11 red tape interference until Carrie tells him where the detonator is she passed in the hallway.
The second season begins with Carrie and Al joining the Major Crimes Section of the NYPD to work the city's highest-profile cases. Their first investigation is a child kidnapping that makes Carrie wonder if a move from Queens to Manhattan was the right one for her.
A murdered body washes ashore in the Hamptons, and Carrie and Al's boss offers them a “paid vacation” in his beautiful Southampton cottage, in order to help local law enforcement find the killer, who may or may not be related to a previous serial killer.
A young ambitious world news reporter turns up dead the day she breaks a big news story implicating a high ranking official in a sex scandal. Carrie and Al both use their connections in high places to access information.
Carrie and Al investigate the murder of a movie star found shot to death in his dressing room. The victim had changed his ways, but a meeting with a woman in an out of the way lounge creates suspicion.
When a shooter on the loose triggers a flashback that doesn't add up with Carrie's perfect memory, the team at Major Crimes discovers that a nefarious conspiracy is at play and trained killers are among them.
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