Foster and Loker are at odds while they investigate a case of suspected SEC fraud. Lightman's investigation into a questionable police shooting could jeopardize a terrorism investigation, while Eli's lie in an earlier case could hurt the firm. Foster's husband having an affair as Lightman suspects? 12 October 2009While on vacation in Mexico, Lightman and Emily become involved in the case of a missing American woman. C.-area hospitals with Lightman's rival, Jack Rader.
Foster tries to help a sympathetic mother while investigating a religious leader for the IRS.
"Try the Irish Design Shop for tea towels and porcelain birdhouses or, 10 minutes away, Jam Art Factory, where you'll find prints, artwork, and pottery," says Emily Westbrooks, author of Delightful Dublin.
When you've worn yourself out, you can rest your feet and your shopping bags at the recently opened Woollen Mills Eating House, serving Roaring Bay mussels and Howth cod (lunch, $25).
Foster and Loker help negotiate with Yemen for the release of two young Americans. Lightman and Torres investigate a spate of suicides in young Indian women. Meanwhile, the rest of the team tries to find the high schooler behind a dangerous and threatening video. Foster, and agent Reynolds go to Las Vegas to investigate the disappearance of an unlikely finalist in a poker championship, and none of his fellow finalists are above suspicion. Lightman is convinced that one of his former protégé's students is a sociopath connected to a woman's disappearance, but everyone else is skeptical.
The whole Lightman group solves the case of terrorist bombings in the D. 26 October 2009An old friend from Lightman's past comes for help, and gets Lightman involved with a dangerous man being investigated by the FBI.
At this time of year you can have it almost to yourself.
Summer in this desert oasis isn't for everyone: The average June temperature is 87° F and highs can hit 110° (115° in August, when you really don't want to visit).
Try the tacos al pastor (spit-grilled pork with cilantro, onions, and pineapple), carne asada, or spicy chorizo. Looking for some foreign culture but don't want to brave a second language? But since it's the most visited city in Europe, you'll also find some of the continent's most expensive hotels there (average cost: 8 a night). With its small-city feel and Irish charm, the capital is as easy to drink in as a smooth pint of Guinness.
Best of all: The dollar is even stronger against the euro (up 23%) in the past year than it is vs. STAY: The hip new Dean Hotel (from 8), located downtown, is capped by a beautiful rooftop restaurant.
Get a table for two at Las Tres Vírgenes, where dinner—wood-fire-grilled octopus and expertly prepared steaks—paired with wine costs under 0, Zyber notes.