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Adam Burns is the main villain in Rizzoli and Isles: Masterpiece Murders. He was a artist, Janitor at the Free Art School and later a serial killer.

Biography

Adam Burns wanted to be a painter and he really had talent and vocation. However, all galleries rejected him because he was accused of plagiarism. Burns was then worked as a janitor at the Free Art School, but he later fired for stealing paints and school materials. After that, he decided to become a serial killer. His first victim was twenty-three-year-old Julia Harris. He cut his neck with a spatula, painted the corpse and the room, left the picture on the spot and left. The case was investigated by a detective who found a few clues at the scene. The criminal had fingerprints on the painting and also took it from the victim. With a blood stain spray, found blood in the bathtub, proving that she was killed there and that the body was deliberately taken out by someone. There was a jagged wound in the victim’s neck.A police officer said the landlord had found the body. The building supervisor said he wanted to take the rent from the girl when he found the body. He also said the girl worked as an assistant and wasn’t home much, but he saw a man go in with her room. He didn't see his face, but he had an AB logo on his jacket. An investigation has begun at the police station. In addition to the detective, Rizzoli and Isles worked on the case. Isles examined the body and found no signs of a sexual assault on it. What was strange, however, was that she also found injection bruises on her neck next to the fatal wound. Isles wanted a full toxicoloacial check. They didn't know anything about the murder weapon yet, but Isles was quite sure she wasn't killed with a knife. They also learned that the victim has a sister, Kristen Harris, who works at the Medical Center. The detective wanted to talk to him, but met Rizzoli in front of the building, who said the girl had been murdered. The detective went into the building to investigate the scene of the crime and the victim. There were a lot of similarities. The victim sat dead in a chair with a bouquet of flowers in herhand, but she had the same wound on her neck as Julia's, however, her dress was not bloody at all. In the same way, he found a painting of the room and had a fingerprint on it. With the blood stain spray also found a small bloodstain on the table. But also found another clue. A small notebook revealed that the two sisters were attending a same art class. Also found a hidden writing in the booklet that contained a double dose of Toxcidum. When returned to the police, received more information. It was also revealed that the killer was using Tecomo oil paint, which he could only get at a single store in Boston, The Heragon. It was also found that someone injected metachurine chloride into Julia with the injection, which causes muscle paralysis. The bloodsample what found in the bathtub belonged to Julia. The detective went to the Heragon paint shop, where the owner gave a list of who buying Tecomo oil paint from him.When returned to the police, Rizzoli was not there, but she wrote a letter with a lot of useful information. Both victims attended an art class at the Free Art School, and both paintings found the same AB logo as the landlord spoke of. This was an important clue because the Free Art School was on the list given by the owner of Heragon. The only unresolved problem was with the fingerprints found on the painting’s frame. The detective went to the Free Art School, where spoke to the receptionist. The lady said the situation was worrying not just because the two girl, but because the director, Mr. Thompson disappeared a few days ago. The detective wanted to go into Thompson's office, but the door was locked, so he had to break it. He found an object called toxdicum and in the drawer a list of the Free Art School employees. Three teachers were on the list, Eva Andrews, Mark Stone, Richard Rosen and the janitor, Adam Burns. The detective returned to the police station, where wanted to know the report of Isles' autopsy. Almost everything was exactly the same as at the first murder. However, Isles said the substance injected by the injection is a very strong pain killer. Then the detective showed the Toxcidum. The detective, on the other hand, also found a fingerprint on it. The bloodsample what found on the hospital desk belonged to Dr. Harris. The Toxcidum was clearly used by the killer to paralyze the victim and prevent the resisting. The detective also went to the house of the missing Mr. Thompson. However, the door was surprisingly open and received an unpleasant surprise.In a room found Thompson's body lying in his blood. He had the same wounds as the Harris sisters and the scene of the crime painted in the same way. The latest clue, however, was a bloody spatula in the room, which had the killer's weapon and a fingerprint on it. The detective also found a bag in the room and found an important clue between the documents. A disciplinary dismissal against the janitor, Adam Burns. Then returned to the police, where the deaths of three people were now being investigated and they were already certain that the perpetrator was a serial killer. The fingerprint found on the spatula was identical to the fingerprint found on Toxcidum and the second painting. The detective also realized that AB meant Adam Burns and he was the killer as he knew all three victims and contact with them. The detective wanted to tell Rizzoli, but she wasn't inside, so left a letter on her desk and went to the killer's apartment.However, when entered the house, Adam captured and took the detective as a hostage. When he was about to kill the hostage, Rizzoli broke into the house, she shot Adam who surrendered. Adam Burns was then arrested and imprisoned.

Adam Burns arrested.

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