Blame it on the neighbours: they're the ones that introduced ex-cop John Swan to Meg, a classic femme fatale. Before long Meg's made sure Swan has forgotten all about his recently deceased wife ... But what does Meg want with a guy like Swan? Is it anything to do with the possibility she's murdered her last husband?
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