The Story of Beryl Kent and the Bleeding Man
Beryl Kent is singular in her efforts to pursue justice for the ‘bleeding man’ whose only connection to her is his falling on her, severely injured, in the privacy of her rear garden lawn. How did he get there in such a condition? She is relentless in finding the truth behind the assault. Beauregard tries his best to limit her influence but is surprised to find a most helpful and unexpected partnership with this feminine example of police obstruction.
Just who is solving the attempted murder of the ‘bleeding man?’ Is it Beryl Kent, the Intrusive citizen? The mysterious Colonel Connault, Defense Attorney Norberto Cull? Or the intrepid Captain Beauregard?
Captain Beauregard and his MCU detectives work, not together, but perhaps in a concert of investigations. Bring in Federal investigators chasing international money laundering schemes and Springfield MCU’s oversight for a second attempted murder of the recovering ‘bleeding man.’
How does our own Captain Beauregard survive this constant stepping on his two connected murder inquiries?