Everyone's mourning in the nameless detective's office and he doesn't like it one bit. For his own part, Nameless is spending more and more time at the cemetery; at home he's hit a brick wall in his relationship with his wife. He'd rather be managing his pulp magazine collection and battling his weight, but, unfortunately, life won't cut Nameless a break. Tamara, Nameless's assistant, has something eating at her too, but she won't talk about it with anyone. Even Nameless's co-private eye, Jake, is in a bad place: he needs a case soon so that he'll have something to take his mind off his son. For a while, everyone's mourning in isolation until Nameless starts to put the pieces together. Why is James Troxell attending so many funerals for women who died violent deaths? What's connecting all these problems? As the threads come together, taut narration by acclaimed actor Nick Sullivan ensures that Nameless's problems and their solutions have never sounded so good.