World War II shattered countless lives in countless ways. Most on the battlefield, but then there were the invisible ones. Those who had to do the covert work in order to unearth the secrets.
Richard Swan was one of those. He was murdered in what was set to look like a car accident, in order to keep him from revealing one of those secrets. His wife, Nora, was in the car with him. Nora survived, but was left blind as a result.
Our play opens in 1951 as Richard’s friend Dempsey approaches Nora with the shocking news that Richard was actually in the OSS during the war, what she thought was an accident was, in fact, murder, and she is still a target. Dempsey has narrowed the search down to where he is certain that her enemy is actually one of her closest friends.
Though her head is reeling from it all, Nora must pull herself together and work with Dempsey to uncover the secret and, thus, the murderer. They do so with the help of her Butler, Stephen and her secretary, Selma.
But, as the journey is taken, it seems there are many more secrets to be revealed.