George responds to a letter from Roseann, a woman who claims her sister and husband are missing. But is there something else that’s bothering Roseann? Marsha and Richard are the sister and husband, but they really aren’t missing. What creepy things are going on?
A wierd use of voiceover is used to let the listener into Richards guilty thoughts as George steps through his investigations. Personally, I found it confusing and distracting. If you like your detective stories chock full of emotional drama, and disfunctional, mentally unstable characters, you might like this one.
Before George flees from the looney characters, who probably would be better off under the direct care of professional help, he manages to uncover a plot of murder. Can George stop it, or will the voices in Richards head win out? Definitely a matter for the men in white suits, and life in a rubber room if you ask me. Whether a murder is committed or not