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Sue and the team are thrust into a pressure packed case when they determine seemingly random shootings in D.C. are the work of a serial sniper. While Jack uses his training as an FBI sniper to match wits with the mysterious shooter, Sue finds the case becoming all consuming, forcing her to put her personal life – including a fairy tale date with David – on hold.
When Myles’ prized painting is discovered to be a forgery, it becomes his all-consuming mission to personally track down the man responsible. A routine traffic accident reveals a startling piece of a terrorist plot – but can the team put all the pieces of the puzzle together before Al Qaeda opera...
Sue tries to honor a dying woman’s request that her daughter’s killer be brought to justice – but makes a disturbing discovery in the process. Meanwhile, Bobby, Jack and Myles have a good natured competition over who can draw the highest bids as the dream dates for a charity auction.
In an effort to get close to a suburban husband and wife suspected of having terrorist ties, Sue and Jack go undercover – as a married couple. In a related case, Bobby, Dimitrius, Tara and Myles discover a previously unknown terrorist sleeper cell – but are stymied in figuring out the suspects’ p...