The Hen House
Rush reopens the 1945 case of the death of a talented female journalist at a Philadelphia newspaper. Upon learning that the victim left a note telling someone to meet her at the train station where she eventually died, Rush and the team investigate and discover that she was dating a man who claimed to be a Jew who escaped the Nazis and came to America. But the truth about her lover shocks everyone involved and ultimately leads to a solution to the mystery. Meanwhile, Jeffries is demoted for losing his temper on a prior case.