Chauffeur snuffs his employer with roses, by forcing them in her face as the allergic dowager lies ill. Her agoraphobic daughter is ecstatic that now she'll never have to leave the mansion she loves, but torn over losing her harsh mother. Lt. Parker, a family friend, comforts the young heiress, but she immediately finds more succor in the arms of Harry, the handsome devil in the driver's seat. Flint pushes an objective view of the case on Lt. Parker. Written by
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Near the beginning of this story, Mama Annis dies of an allergic attack, purposely brought on by chauffeur Harry Brind. When butler Owen Oliver enters the room occupied by Mama Annis and Harry Brind, he is told by Brind, 'She's dead.' Mama Annis is lying on the bed and is clearly seen breathing twice. See more