Dr. Kreizler has to face his own demons in order to help solve the case of the serial killer in New York.
Dr. Kreizler quits the investigation after Mary's murder. Moore and Ms. Howard continue their investigating.
Kreizler and Moore run into interesting, if not dangerous circumstances on their trip to Washington.
Kreizler believes Native American mythology, misunderstood by the killer, is part of the ritualism in the child murders across New York.
Dr. Kreizler and his team try drawing out the killer. But the unexpected is about to happen.
Dr. Kreizler deciphers more of the killer's letter. Roosevelt is determined to solve the murders and sew up corruption in New York.
Dr. Kreizler explores the erotic links to the murders of the boys in New York. Moore's trying to track down the man with the silver smile.
Another murder in New York prompts Kreizler to rush to the scene before the cops. Moore struggles mentally with the pursuit of the killer.
Dr. Kreizler and his team dig up more information about the dead boy, as a police cover-up emerges.
During 1896 in New York, when Teddy Roosevelt is Commissioner of the PD, a gruesome murder occurs, dragging alienist Dr. Laszlo Kreizler into the investigation.