21 Sunset Drive Author:Henry Ellsworth Even the most quiet suburban town can erupt suddenly like a long-dormant volcano if beneath the surface are the ingredients which, when brought together, produce an explosive mixture. — Take a beautiful socialite house-wife who is bored with her husband and her life. Add a Syndicate gambling casino run by a handsome hood who thinks the road to r... more »espectability runs through the bedrooms of the upper-crust wives in the community.
Then add a Syndicate "Mr. Big" who believes that yearning for respectability in an underling indicates he has filled his pockets with stolen Syndicate loot. Add a crusader-politician husband, a goodly portion of lust, a touch of jealousy, a pinch of blackmail and a nip of revenge. Mix and stand out of the way; the size of the explosion is never predictable.« less