Mickey and Dell, two long suffering halfwits come up with the idea of kidnapping at a bargain basement price. What could possibly go wrong? Well, maybe a victim who doesn’t want to be returned, another with a husband who doesn’t want her back, one who’s tougher than her kidnappers, and another who’s entirely the wrong person. Not to mention local thug Huey Evans who is looking to settle a score. Reduced Ransom! Faricy at his hilarious best. Check it out…
Crimes of the Levee
It is 1905, and Chicago is an open town. The most accessible part of town is the Levee District. It is an area of the city that’s hard to tell the crooks from the cops. There are brothels, madams, opium dens, gambling joints and plenty of alcohol, but it all comes at a price in the Levee, and the two Ward Aldermen get their share of every vice’s dollar. With the hanging of serial killer, Simon Kluge, police Detective Patrick Moses is suddenly without a case. Before Moses can relax, he is approached by an aging retail mogul who asks him to investigate the mysterious shooting of his son.
Steve volunteers to help a bank in Paris investigate the unexpected death of a former colleague. His only clue is Margot’s missing laptop and its connection to her investigation of money laundering by a hostile foreign government to influence elections. The global pandemic forces Steve and Amanda to join millions of people canceling travel plans, and he works remotely from Maine to solve the mystery of Margot’s death. His search for the truth leads him down a perilous path to the owner of a numbered account in Cyprus.