Now working as a private investigator, Jim is approached by petty thief Eddie Lyle who explains that he was hired by property developer Jacques LeRozier to burgle Harriet Mallin in the hopes of obtaining documents to force her to sell him her land. On entering her house he found her dead and believes he will be accused of her murder. Jim takes the case, stumbling upon a second corpse, and, helped by old colleague D.C. Pettit, uncovers a plot to discredit a dead war hero. Written by
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Did You Know?
The statement at the end that Jim's secretary makes, "The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones", is a quotation from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Mark Anthony says these line in Act 3 Scene 2 when addressing the crowd. See more