Imperfect Strangers

Imperfect Strangers

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Sandy Kinsolving is on a flight from London to New York, not knowing what awaits him. His father in law, also his boss, has had a massive stroke, and Sandy has no way of knowing if the old man’s promises of a partnership in the family business have made it into his will. He does know that if his wife, Joan, has anything to say about it, he’ll be out on the street.

At this vulnerable moment in his life he strikes up a conversation with the friendly stranger seated next to him on the airplane. They have a couple of drinks and watch the movie, which fatefully turns out to be Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train . After the film has ended, and after a few more drinks the two men discover that they both have wives who are making their lives difficult, and they impulsively decide to see if they can iron some wrinkles out of the film’s plot.

By the time Sandy Kinsolving’s plane has landed in New York, his life has changed irrevocably, although he does not yet know it. Awaiting him are wealthy, security and the freedom to pursue his lifelong ambitions. But lurking in the shadows of his life are a brutal murder he cannot prevent and a madman who stalks his every waking moment.