The killer: Dustin Hess, the victim: Lori Oliver
Lori is a successful, best-selling crime novelist, while Dustin is a creative writing professor at Langara College. He thinks very little of Lori's work and puts it down most any chance he gets. When Lori collapses and dies at a book signing and Betty soon determines that she was poisoned. The poison is slow acting and symptoms can take up a 20 days to show, leaving the detectives with a lengthy timeline to investigate.
The killer: Cameron Radcliffe; the victim: Nathan Conroy.
Detectives Flynn and Vega investigate when the body of a young man is found buried in a densely populated urban neighborhood. The investigation has Angie revisiting her experience as a juror. She must also deal with her feelings as Manny heads off on a trip to Europe.
The killer: pediatric surgeon Dr. Monika Harper; the victim: news shop owner and ex-military man Hank Cousineau.
Hank is found in the back of his store, dead from having his throat slit. The investigation first centers on a group of young thugs who were trying to extort money from the store owners. Then, the detectives have a look at Hank's camera, which contains dozens of photos of Dr. Monika Harper and her husband and child. They decide to look deeper into Monika's past and discover a secret she has been hiding all her life.
The killer: AA Member Barry Ketchum; the victim: mortgage broker Eric Chase.
When Eric Chase is found strangled outside his office, Detectives Flynn and Vega focus their investigation on his ex-wife, Claudia Powell, an activist who recently lost a custody battle for their son. The investigation eventually leads Angie to Toronto.
The killer: Sarah Muller; the victim: high-priced attorney Shawn Mitchell.
Sarah, a grocery store clerk who is involved in a messy divorce and custody battle kills attorney Shawn in what looks like a home robbery gone wrong. As the investigation unfolds, Angie is preoccupied with her son Manny's on vandalism charges.
The killer: Tom, a high school student; the victim: Glen Martin, a popular singing science teacher at Tom's high school.
Tom, a quiet student, enjoys being invisible so that he can engage in his favorite activity of creeping; breaking into people's homes just for the fun of it.