The year is 2045. As a historic winter storm slams into her city, New York detective Jacquelyn "Jack" Irons learns her marriage is over and seeks shelter in the closest hotel. Tonight, there's a killer stalking the high society guests of the opulent Bradbury Hotel, and in these white-out conditions there's no help on the way. With no-one to trust - human or robot - Jack aims to catch the killer before the sun rises and before her own past catches up with her.
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In the aftermath of the electrifying night at the Bradbury, Jack has returned to life at home, but still walks a dangerous path and the stakes have never been higher.
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It’s so so good!
this garbage didn’t waste any time checking off all the leftist talking points. I’m so sick to death of the same trash.
Just listened to a very different type of show from these same people. This one is mind blowing. Great work!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ an enjoyable short binge.
Not a bad little binge..
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