The Hills have hit hard times: they're losing cash hand over foot in the restaurants and clubs they own as fronts and, without money to launder, the family's a damn liability. As head of the felonious dynasty, it falls to Ronnie to work on their profitability. Striking a deal with his straight daughter Primrose's management-consultant boyfriend, things seem to be looking up. What with Rupert's brilliant business brain and the Hills' criminal muscle, the three innovative crimes they conspire to commit look set to make their fortune. The first two are brilliant successes, but when Rupert falls for an aristocratic femme fatale he needs to ditch Primrose in a hurry. Fearing Ronnie's wrath, he persuades one of the younger Hills to overthrow him so they can continue unimpeded with the last and most lucrative crime. But Rupert has reckoned without the cunning of a woman scorned...
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