by Diane & Jacob Anderson-Minshall
The camera doesn’t lie, but sometimes it captures a story worth killing for.
When Jeff Conant, the new executive director of San Francisco’s Frameline Film Festival, takes a header off the Golden Gate Bridge, he is considered just another statistic—one of the thousands who’ve leapt from the landmark to commit suicide. But Jeff was also a childhood friend of reporter Velvet Erickson, who refuses to accept the coroner’s ruling. Although unconvinced, Yoshi Yakamota reluctantly agrees to investigate Jeff’s death. Diving into the victim’s life, the Blind Eye Detective Agency uncovers potential suspects, but no real indications of murder.
What did happen on the Golden Gate Bridge that night? Did an independent filmmaker inadvertently capture the event on camera? When a Blind Eye team member is attacked, it becomes painfully clear that someone has a secret worth killing for—and with Yoshi dangerously close to exposing it, they may strike again.