Edwin Burrows can’t do anything. As a CPA, he messes up taxes, financial statements, pretty much everything. And when he’s seen leaving his boss’s daughter’s apartment after a crazy Christmas party, things get worse for Edwin. Much worse.
One of the firm’s biggest client was accused of sexually assaulting a college student. He denies it, but has no alibi. When the firm assigns Edwin the task of finding an alibi for this client, he knows that he’s destined to fail — he’s not a private investigator, he’s an accountant and a bad one at that!
As Edwin follows the client’s financial trail, the victim body’s surfaces on the shore of a Chicago beach. With the heat mounting, the firm’s future on the line, and the client on the verge of going to jail, the pressure has never been greater for Edwin. Will he be the hero that saves the client and his firm? Or the zero that everyone in the firm expects?
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Harvey Church is a recovering banker, a gig he hated as much as Edwin’s boss hates him (maybe more, but then again Ted Danforth has murder in his eyes every time Edwin is near, and Harv would say he had boredom and loathing in his whenever he was confined to that prison-cell sized cubicle). As a former banker, Harv realized he needed one heck of a sense of humor if he wanted to survive his 9 to 5 days. Either that, or he needed to learn magic, so he started following David Blaine and has managed to replicate many of the tricks that kept him in awe. Soon, he figured out how to use his magic to disappear from his banking career and never return. He wonders if his colleagues are still trying to figure out where he disappeared . . .