In this murder mystery, how the murders are solved is less important than the struggle for power...
Pillars of the International Economic and Social Organization is a play about the campaign of IESO university women to reform the organization’s salary system. The action of the six-character play, with one simple set, takes place in an office in the IESO building in London. The play deals with work, money, human rights, race and religion.
Nearly everyone had the opportunity, but who actually murdered Ingrid Roper? Detective Chief Inspector Christy is on the case. The most obvious suspect is Ingrid’s jealous husband, Abdullah, but Christy finds it odd that Ingrid’s secretary, Barbara, was absent when the murder took place.
DCI Christy thinks that Maria, the Chair of IESO University Women’s Union, knows who the killer is. He questions her and she tells him about the greed, corruption and incompetence of the management and about the university women’s campaign to introduce the minimum salary for university graduates.
Then Abdullah is murdered in a shocking turn of events, leading Christy to re-examine the case entirely...