Let Me Be Brief
In Let Me Be Brief, Jordan McKenzie has worked as a legal secretary in the San Francisco Bay Area for a number of years for a quasi-public entity. More
In Let Me Be Brief, Jordan McKenzie has worked as a legal secretary in the San Francisco Bay Area for a number of years for a quasi-public entity. Not long ago she moved from one branch of her law firm, Brown, Holt & Lister, to another location where the supervisor, Ophylia Millard, is something of a micromanager. No one is happy with Ophylia’s management style and most of the staff wishes she’d move on as quickly as they can. Jordan tries to keep her head down and out of the line of Ophylia’s fire until she arrives at work one day to find said supervisor dead. Worse, Jordan also finds herself as the number one suspect.
Relying on her knowledge and experience as a top litigation secretary, she begins her own investigation to clear her name. Determined to prove her innocence Jordan utilizes the same discovery techniques she’d use as a legal secretary. Can she convince the local detective bent on arresting her that she's really just an innocent victim? Or will she be using her legal skills at the gray bar inn (commonly called the local jail)?
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