Rizzoli & Isles - Tess GerritsenSign in. A dead man is found handcuffed to a bed in his own home; as Korsak's retirement party approaches, everyone makes a video to say goodbye; the group says farewell and plans for their next adventure. As the Boston Homicide detectives solve a murder, they each think of ways to say goodbye to Detective Barry Frost. An under-cover cop is killed by a drug ring. They then attack police HQ to retrieve a crucial piece of evidence found by Rizzoli at the crime scene.
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Rizzoli & Isles
Maura Isles. It premiered on TNT on July 12, ,  and aired episodes in seven seasons, concluding on September 5, Rizzoli appears in the series' first novel, The Surgeon , and Isles is introduced in the second, The Apprentice , which serves as the basis for the television series. Boston detective Jane Rizzoli has been investigating a serial killer named Charles Hoyt. Hoyt, who was banned from medical school for fondling a corpse, used his vast medical knowledge to systematically torture and kill people, usually choosing couples so that he could induce the most fear in his victims. Jane ascertains Hoyt's location, but as she is searching for him, she is hit in the back of the head and knocked unconscious. She is pinned to the floor by scalpels and awakes as Hoyt prepares to cut her throat, but Vince Korsak, Jane's partner, locates her and shoots Hoyt, saving her life.
Rizzoli & Isles is a series of suspense/thriller novels created by Tess Gerritsen. The series of novels feature the Boston Police Department Detective Jane Rizzoli, the Chief Medical Examiner of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Dr. Maura Isles, and their other colleagues at work.
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New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen earned international acclaim for her first novel of suspense, Harvest. Her latest novel is the standalone thriller Playing with Fire. A physician, Tess Gerritsen lives in Maine. Chapter One They looked like the perfect family. Only a small group had gathered on that warm and buggy June day to mourn the passing of Montague Saul, no more than a dozen people, many of whom the boy had just met. For the past six months, he had been away at boarding school, and today he was seeing some of these people for the very first time. Most of them did not interest him in the least.