It’s never good when you realize the serial killer you’re after is at least a step ahead of you. But that’s what’s happening to Ginger – just as she was about to bring the police a witness able to identify the Rooftop Killer, the Rooftop Killer put that witness’ head in her fridge. Her only lead gone cold.
Speaking of cold, a retired cop buddy of Harrison’s wants Ginger to look into a case he was never able to definitively solve. Six years ago, a girl went missing and a grieving father ended up in jail.
But was it the father who got rid of the girl in the first place, like the detective believes? Or is there something more? Ginger just can’t tell. She was supposed to be getting better at the whole detective thing, yet lately the only thing she could detect was more questions.
On top of that, bodies are still appearing on rooftops, Darlene's still on the loose, and a bunch of Cartel hit men are still out to murder Ginger. With all of this looming, Ginger's wondering who’s going to find her head in the fridge.