Fear of Strangers
A prominent person in the fictional city of Clermont is murdered. Who did it? Why? The answers are wrapped in a cultural conflict that no one living in the region seems to recognize. A blend of prejudice, greed, racism, toxic traditions, and generational guilt is the primary motivation for the killing. Only fairy tales end with the line, "They lived happily ever after." Few events in life have a happy ending. Wise people learn from bad endings in the lives of others.
Perhaps, just perhaps mind you, the only way to eradicate this generational phobia is for those with closed minds to suffer the consequences of their fears and prejudices.
"Fear of Strangers" is about conflicting beliefs, belief systems on a collision course, and the result of what happens when they intersect. For, after all is said and done, our beliefs are the templates for our behavior. Bad beliefs=bad behavior.