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Quicklet on Criminal Minds Season 5 (TV Show)
     

Quicklet on Criminal Minds Season 5 (TV Show)

by Charles Limley
 
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This Hyperink Quicklet is over 8,500 words and includes an overall summary, chapter commentary, key characters, literary themes, fun trivia, and recommended related readings.

ABOUT THE BOOK

Criminal Minds Season 5 aired on CBS, and ran from September 23, 2009 until May 26, 2010. The show follows an elite

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Quicklets: Your Reading Sidekick!

This Hyperink Quicklet is over 8,500 words and includes an overall summary, chapter commentary, key characters, literary themes, fun trivia, and recommended related readings.

ABOUT THE BOOK

Criminal Minds Season 5 aired on CBS, and ran from September 23, 2009 until May 26, 2010. The show follows an elite team of FBI criminal investigators, known as the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU), as its members travel the country working to solve grisly murder mysteries and arrest the serial killers responsible for them.

During its premier season, Criminal Minds was the newest iteration of crime scene investigation TV programs, competing with such shows as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Crossing, Law & Order: SUV, and Medium, many of which were also broadcast on CBS.

Given this context, Criminal Minds has consistently focused on setting itself apart from the crowd. To accomplish this, the show has regularly relied on both its cast of actors and its focus on psychological profiling. As Season 5 began, Criminal Minds had established itself as a leader in the crime scene investigation genre.

MEET THE AUTHOR

Charles Limley is a native of Colorado. After earning bachelors degrees in both English Literature and Humanities from the University of ColoradoBoulder, he entered the world of professional writing. He began his work with Hyperink during the fall of 2011. In addition to writing, Limley is an avid reader. He also loves bicycles, and has completed several long-distance bicycle tours.

EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK

A childhood trauma

When the team realizes that one of its suspects, a man named Darrin Call, is the son of notorious serial killer, Bill Jarvis, agents feel that Darrin may be the unsub they're after. By the time investigators finally locate and track him down, Darrins abducted a young boy and is attempting to kill his father. Despite the agent's best efforts, Darrin kills his father. Darrin knew about his father's crimes, and this had severely traumatized him throughout his life.

Hotchner returns

Agent Hotchner makes a speedy return to the team and is back in action for this episode. When the investigation is over, Agent Prentiss walks Hotchner home to ensure added protection. The episodes final scene depicts Hotchner standing alone in his home. This scene makes clear that Hotchner's life will be a theme for much of this season. Hotchner must confront the personal battle he's now waging against The Reaper while also trying to somehow protect his estranged wife and son...

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CHAPTER OUTLINE

Quicklet on Criminal Minds, Season 5 (TV Show)
+ About Criminal Minds, Season 5
+ About The Directors & Producers
+ Character List
+ Settling the Score: Character Reappearances and Rivalries in Criminal Minds Season 5
+ ...and much more

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014245999
Publisher:
Hyperink
Publication date:
03/05/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Charles Limley is a native of Colorado. After earning bachelor's degrees in both English Literature and Humanities from the University of Colorado—Boulder, he entered the world of professional writing. He began his work with Hyperink during the fall of 2011. In addition to writing, Limley is an avid reader. He also loves bicycles, and has completed several long-distance bicycle tours.

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