Following a high-society dinner, a young woman is run down and left for dead on a lonely highway. High profile attorney and alcoholic, Jennifer Roth, leaves the dinner intoxicated and can't remember driving home. When she learns about the hit-and-run victim the next morning, she hires Harry to find out if she was the driver, and he discovers that her car was used to run down the girl. Orwell investigates a number of other suspects who also left the same dinner, and uncovers an eye-witness to the accident who then disappears before he can identify the driver. Harry is shot at in his own home when it appears he is getting too close to discovering the identity of the hit-and-run driver. Written by
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You didn't answer my question, Mr. Orwell. Do you have some reason to believe that I did not stop and rest?
No, no, I think you stopped. It's just that maybe "rest" isn't the right word.
What would you call it?