Soon-to-be private investigator Raymond Jaye has a couple of problems. One is a sopping wet blonde who just beat on his door then collapsed into his arms trying to pass him a message. The other is that he has no idea who she is or why she thought his carpet would be a good place to pass out.
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Guided by the experience of fourteen years as a Detroit cop and the attitude of the Old Time Radio detectives, he follows the meager trail of clues she left behind. Along the way, he swaps wisecracks with a surly local cop and trades punches with a pair of thugs before ending up face to face with the man behind it all. A man willing to kill to keep his secrets.
If Ray can get through the next twenty-four hours, he just might be able to open for business. In the meantime, the show is about to begin. Cue the Sax.