Raines investigates the shooting death of a homeless woman. As he delves into her history he interviews fellow street people, a former homeless man whom the victim helped, a woman who runs a local shelter and even a bank manager where a large account existed in the name of the dead woman. Was she a wealthy eccentric killed for her fortune, or just an unfortunate woman in the wrong place at the wrong time?
Ron Kerrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sleep, you know, what could be more natural? You close your eyes, next thing you know, it's morning. Right? Unless you start thinking about things. Like how your marriage might've been saved if you'd worked a little harder. Or how your partner might still be alive if you fired a little sooner. So maybe you watch the TV to drown out the noise in your head ya know. The trouble is sometimes thats worse. After a while you get used to living in a state of wariness. It may be physical, but after a ...