Did anyone else suspect the husband right from the start? It just seemed suspicious that he didn’t care that his wife was getting hit on by so many men. He said he was proud, which settled that line of questioning from the beginning, but I still thought he was a bit odd. There didn’t seem too be much of a motive for the handyman or the trainer to have killed her, unless they were having an affair with her, and they weren’t.
I never know how I feel when the first suspect ends up being the murderer and I thought they seemed guilty. It’s not clear that they are the murderer at the time of questioning and there isn’t any evidence proving that they are yet, it’s just a feeling I get. This case had the benefit of twists and turns along the way to lead you back to the husband. He kept looking guiltier and guiltier but there was never enough evidence to arrest him, until they started putting the pieces together.
I think the reason why the show ‘Bones’ is so successful is because they have many squints working the case, ‘Rizzoli and Isles’ typically just has Maura, but adding more of a storyline for Susie is great. It’s funny to watch these scientists process their information. They don’t always do it with conventional methods, Susie needed her dioramas to work out her theories, but I guess that’s why scientists have experiments to test a theory. You can never ask them to guess, they will only tell you what their findings are. Well, that is what can help put a murderer away. The facts are harder to disprove than a theory is.
I hope the writers keep adding more for Susie to do in the show, she’s a delight to watch.
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