An intriguing story of the stocks of passion, and the bonds of death.
After a tough day at work, a Manicurist and a barber talk about liveing a better lifestylle. Tony plans to play the stockmarket, but is upset when Joan has had her own game going on. They end up in a fight over her diamond bracelet that she managed to get from Larry the stockbroker. Plot twists explode when Joan demands Larry divorce his wife Stella. Larry and Stella have a strange marriage of convenience that they both use to their advantange. What kinds of shady deals are going on here?
The undercurrents and secrets abound, and it leads up to the stockbroker being found dead. Now the cops need to figure which of our suspicious people did it. Got questions?
The cops run through more details that surround the murder as they get the scoop from our shady characters. Everybody claims that they didn’t do it, but the fact remains that there’s a dead body, somebody killed him, and the Commissioner wants to know who.
Was it for love, or for money, over that divorce, or a swindle of the company? All good reasons for a motive. As if to help things along, the killer delivers an extra body to help narrow things down. The cops have a plan and stake out the scene.
In epilog, the cops tell all and share how they figured it out.