Just What Are the Limits of “Brotherly Love”?
Derek and Robbie Hayes are about as close as brothers can get. After all, they and Robbie’s wheelchair are all crammed into a one-bedroom apartment. It’s not just the floor space that’s cramped, though, as Derek struggles to support Robbie’s on-going medical expenses with his floundering PI career.
Then Derek gets a call from a young widow who hires him to explain her husband’s death. Her husband just happens to be a Drug Enforcement Administration agent recently found dead of a meth overdose in his own car. Not something you’d expect of a “happy married” church attender.
Despite the irony, Derek senses something more is happening, and determines to get to the bottom of it.
For that, he’ll need Robbie’s help cracking into the agent’s computer – an artful work of encryption and password-protection.
But relationships are never simple (even when you’ve got a solid, supportive church family). The agent’s death might also be more complex than Derek imagined.
Is he finally on the verge of living his dream? Or is he about to lose everything that makes his life worth living?