When Jessica is pampered in the luxury suite of a hotel, she's approached shyly by restaurant employee Georgia Wilson, whose husband, accountant Sam, was recently released after 30 years jail, assuring he was framed for the shooting of his boss Richard Jarvis, who actually offered Sam his last $10,000 for help when his firm went bust, to make his suicide look like armed robbery so the insurance would pay the Jarvis family a fortune, only someone else really killed him. Their son Rob Wilson became a cop hoping to help his father, now puts all his experience at her disposal. While she, Rob and the now retired police Lt. Webb re-examine the forensics as well as the means, opportunities and motives of surviving members of both families, someone in the know shoots at Jessica with a matching bullet, but must have missed willingly. At least she puzzles the pieces of both shootings together and traps the perpetrators, but... Written by
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The title comes from "September Song" composed by Kurt Weill
, lyric by Maxwell Anderson
for Walter Huston
in the 1938 Broadway musical "Knickerbocker Holiday": "And the days dwindle down To a precious few, September, November - And these few precious days I'd spend with you, These golden days I'd spend with you." See more
Retired Lt. Richard Webb
I thought she was playing bedsheet bingo with the boss.
Edited from Strange Bargain