A college student obsessed with the 1970s is murdered; sparks fly between Henry and a professor.
Henry and Jo investigate the murder of an exiled king; Abe discovers something about his bloodline.
The death of Karl Haas has Henry and Jo looking for a killer and working to solve an art crime.
Henry and Jo investigate an ex-con with a connection to Jo's late husband.
Henry and Jo investigate the death of a financial investment expert.
As the anonymous caller tries to frame Henry for murder, Henry contemplates revealing the truth.
A British aristocrat is murdered; Abe runs into a woman with whom he once shared his first kiss.
Henry and Jo investigate the death of a jazz saxophonist's son; Abe and Henry talk about music.
A successful businessman's murder leads to a form of ritualized punishment; Abe's ex-wife returns.
The privileged founder of a free medical clinic turns up dead shortly after receiving an award.
Henry and Jo investigate homicides that mimic those of Jack the Ripper and the Black Dahlia murder.
A former junkie—now a community activist—turns up dead of an apparent overdose.
Memories brought on by an investigation into a wealthy matriarch's death torment Henry.
Multiple deaths are caused by a product called Aterna that claims to reverse the aging process.
When the police deem a death Henry thinks to be a homicide a suicide, he and Jo investigate.
New York City’s star medical examiner doesn't just study the dead to solve criminal cases, he does it to solve the mystery of his immortality.