submitted by Sarah W
Corrine Tedros is a former nobody who wants money, respect and the immediate death of her husband’s rich uncle who is withholding both.
Croy Wendell is hired to do a crime. He doesn’t find out his clock is stopped until it’s far too late.
Jack Carson witnesses a perfectly arranged murder gone horribly wrong, but can’t unlock the memory – he’s got late stage Alzheimer’s.
This isn’t Carl Hiaasen’s Florida.
This is noir, done right.