Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) and his father Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) have a mutual respect for each other’s career choices. Although they’re at opposite sides of the law, they’ve come to an understanding when it comes to family and business.
General Hospital previews indicate that a current situation puts Dante and Sonny’s understanding and respect for one another to the test. In a shocking twist, Dr. Austin Holt (Roger Howarth) was shot dead in cold blood. As a detective Dante must do what it takes to solve the crime, even if that means that he has to question his father.
Who Killed Austin Holt On General Hospital?
A doctor is dead and Dante has reason to believe that Sonny knows a little something about the situation. Of course, Sonny and Ava Jerome (Maura West) know more about Austin than some would guess, but that doesn’t mean they know who killed him. General Hospital spoilers tease that Dante investigates the crime and questions Sonny about Austin’s death. Some GH rumors claim that Cyrus Renault is the obvious choice, but something tells me that’s not the case. It just seems too easy.
Moreover, GH recaps recall the look on Austin’s face when he came face to face with his killer. He was puzzled to see this person but didn’t seem all that afraid. Did Ava lash out after she discovered that Austin’s been lying to her? Or is Nikolas Cassadine creeping around Port Charles with a vengeance?
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