In the sum­mer­time, the beaches along Ocean Parkway on Long Island are an Amer­ican photo album of family pic­nics, July Fourth fire­works and mini­vans wedged bumper to bumper. But in the winter, this idyllic place is a windswept wilder­ness laced with thickets of brush that, it seems, pro­vide the per­fect dumping ground for murder.

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