The time is the presidential election year of 1988. A year when Gary Hart's run was cut short due to his sit down with Donna Rice. An era when big time businessmen and high level politicians found themselves caught up in "sleaze factor" scandals. Michael Douglas' line from the movie Wall Street: "Greed is good," seems to be typical of the 1980s. Against this back drop, Chicago private detectives Ellis Mason and Brad Royce find themselves swimming neck deep in 1980s style murder, greed, and corruption. Ellis becomes obsessed with finding the murderer of his partner. Royce is smitten with a wily and dangerous political consultant that knows more than she lets on about blackmail and shady business deals. Together the detectives must wade through the muck and dodge the last bullet before they crack the case.
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About the Author
Johnnie Mitchell is the author of several screenplays, including Soulsville, Heart & Soul, I'm Losing You, and Blood Lust