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    Jack McEvoy is at the end of the line as a crime reporter. Forced to take a buy-out from the LA Times as the newspaper grapples with dwindling readership and revenues, he's got 30 days left on the job.

    His last assignment? Training his replacement, a low-cost reporter just out of J-school who couldn't find the police station if it was right next store to the Times, which it is.

    But Jack has other plans for his exit. He is going to go out with a bang - a final story that will win newspaper journalism's highest honor - a Pulitzer Prize. He focuses on Alonzo Winslow, a 16-year-old drug dealer in jail after confessing to a brutal murder. But as he delves into the story, Jack realizes that Winslow's so-called confession is bogus. The kid might actually be innocent.

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    well, but

    well, it's an other catching story again, gripping and taunting all the way through.

    but: on and off relation of Jack and Rachel is kind of tiresome, it could be an ironic and funny sideshow but it's a serious string of approaches and bushbacks between the both.

    overall the story is hard to believe. jack the reporter ,who rather than telling the police, what knows, goes after the killer herself and Rachel, the profiler and though one , don't make sense. after all profiling is not so accurate as it appears, as well the serial killer theme itself is itself more than suspenseful.