Death of a Sing-Song Slave Girl
Ethical and well-intentioned, Jocelyn Gough doesn’t take well to sleeping with her neighbor’s husband. In a panic to get far, far away from him, she moves (too quickly) into one of the sketchiest apartments in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Now, she has a roommate who isn’t supposed to live there, things going bump in the night (but she doesn’t believe in ghosts), and the firefighting son of a psychic trying to help her out. And she needs help. The situation is about to get a lot worse. If she doesn’t take on the ghosts of San Francisco’s sordid past, she could become a ghost herself.
Part comedy. Part ghost story.