Jim reluctantly agrees to work for Beth Davenport. His job is to help her prove her client, Ann Calhoun, is innocent of the crime she is accused of; murdering her husband Kevin Calhoun. Jim's investigation takes him to the town of Parker, Arizona, where the Calhouns are from. He digs up info someone doesn't want found out and is almost killed trying to return to L.A. Socialites Clyde Russell and Elizabeth Gorman, who were throwing a party the Calhouns attended, are also investigated. Jim's investigation is making someone nervous as another attempt is made on his life.
Did You Know?
Beth Davenport tells Jim that the book's copyright can be taken if not renewed by the author in a timely manner under 17 U.S.C. 24. Title 17 of federal law does govern copyrights but there is no chapter 24. The Title has only 13 chapters. See more
[Jim doesn't seem to show much interest in picking up the case of Bth's client
Don't you even care if she is innocent?
Beth, I spent five-years in prison. While I was there I never met anybody who wasn't "innocent."
References The Birth of a Nation