George and Brooksie are on the way to an all expenses paid vacation. A man named Haney offers George all of his life savings, $15,000 to buy some artwork to resell for him. Haney would spend it himself, but he is known by the shady syndicate. The scheme involves expensive artwork that is to be resold for $100,000 to cover gambling debts.
Haney has a sister, Ardelah, who pops into the story. What’s the deal with her? Is she just a typical overly protective sister, or is there more to her?
George talks with the syndicate about paying off Haney’s gambling debt. Next George finds himself talking with a woman named Lola who seems to be the one questioning him instead. As she parts ways with George, she drops the bomb and claims that she’s the bride of Walter Haney. With the purchase of the art, it’s off to make the sale with the art buyer.
Later, Haney’s sister is defensive as she tries to tel her story of being protective of her brother. George isn’t interested, since his work is done and the sales are all transacted, but when their car is being followed, things become a little more suspenseful.
George runs from his car to take attention away from Ardellah and Brooksie. When he wakens in the hands of the syndicate, there’s no sign of the $100,000 he just transacted. As Brooksie worries over George, and Walter and Ardellah worry over the money, Lola enters to tell that it was her who tried to get the money away from George, and expose her secret to everybody of being the new bride.
After Lola’s man roughed up George, the syndicate had roughed him up as well. Through it all the $100,000 is still missing. The drama thickens when a suicide note is left. Its Ardellah who is found dead. Walter is distraught, but what was the mess in their lives that Ardellah would have killed herself over? Was she really that greved over his gambling problem? Was it the shocking news that she was no longer the main woman in his life? There’s a cover up, but who is covering for who? Was it really a suicide?
Secrets are exposed, and George shares the mystery of the missing money.