Ben Green is a troubled young man, losing his mind and hearing voices. Worse than that, his nightmare is just beginning. Detective Inspector Summers hates dealing with drug addicts, thieves, violent men and women, rapists, child molesters, and murderers. She wants to be a doctor in a surgery, saving the lives of the sick. Instead, she deals with the sick and twisted. Finally, she gets handed the case she wants - the reason she joined the force. Her investigations lead Summers closer to Ben, and his involvement in the case slowly becomes clear.
Detective Inspector Summers hates dealing with drug addicts, thieves, violent men and women, rapists, child molesters, and murderers. She wants to be a doctor in a surgery, saving the lives of the sick. Instead she deals with the sick and twisted. Finally she gets handed the case she wants, the reason she joined the force.
What would your hero do? Martin Day is at breaking point. The loner, ignored and ridiculed for as long as he can remember, looks to his hero for inspiration. Sadly, for those in the near vicinity, the person Martin looks up to most is notorious killer The Phantom.
It's only natural for Benny Jones to want to know more about the father he never met. He's turning 18 and his doting mother, Eve, can no longer put off answering his questions with the excuse that he is too young to understand. Discovering whose genes he carries, Benny grasps why he has behaved the way he has in recent times. He has many questions, and his grandmother Lily Green, once known as the notorious killer The Phantom, lives on in a mental hospital not far from home and she could supply the answers.
A hysterical and absurd story of Detective Bobby Saint and his taking down of the powers that be. Complete tongue-in-cheek story with humor that could be compared to that of the early Woody Allen films (Take the Money and Run, etc.).
The most tempting of white powders, cocaine, is everywhere. Young men and women sniff the recreational drug as often as they spark up cigarettes or sip beer. It's typical of a generation educated by music videos and tabloid newspapers. I'm Jimmy Walker, a smart young man with a caring family around me. I'd have the world at my feet...if I wasn't addicted to cocaine.