It’s 1957 in the fictional Canadian Province of Superior. In the span of just a few days, the lives of several high-level government officials and a colourful cast of “destitutes” are about to change forever. In this penetrating social commentary by the author of Con Job and Scandalous, wrongdoings lead to shockingly unequal consequences for the privileged and the dispossessed.
Human trafficking, a sex scandal, political intrigue and murder—things start to boil over in Book II of the Fabubestan Exposés. The documentary TV crew led by the unassuming "Legs" Morowitz discover they've got a writhing python of a subject to tackle, while a political sex scandal erupts, jeopardizing the career of Angus McRossie, the provincial Minister of Democratic Action.
A TV documentary crew discover that things are not quite as they appear as they investigate the scourge of drug trafficking in North America. As production begins, the paroled “ex-con” asked to head the creative team faces some personal setbacks, while the company finds itself battling unknown enemies. To get at the truth on all fronts, they learn that they must all look hard at the evidence.