Review by Frank Plowright
Josie Schuller combines what are perceived as her social duties as an early 1960s housewife with a lucrative sideline as an assassin. It’s a career she’s maintained for fifteen years, yet lately it’s become more difficult balancing the demands of her employers with family life. She feels those demands have become more intrusive, while her bosses consider she’s becoming awkward and a possible liability. In her line of work that only has a single solution.