She’s a hard business woman. She gets her job done. She sells the house no one else could sell. She’s the kind of woman who wants the view from the mountaintop. She doesn’t care who or what she’s standing on to get there. But that’s what it takes to be a successful woman in the big city. Tough shit.
She’s so focused, it’s become an issue in her marriage. She’s a mother of two after all, and her husband, an old schol nine to fiver, is basically raising the children himself. She’s busy, she’s got a lot to do. Tough shit.
But then that day happened. Tough shit right?
In SPADE we will follow Siobhan’s journey for justice. Or, at least, what she considers justice. We will watch as she comes to terms with who she was and watch her become what she needs to be to get the job done in a place like this.
We will watch how an upper class, egotistical, woman works to tear herself down so she can blend in with the people she sees as scum and villainy. She will destroy her own self image in order to accomplish her goal. She’s not a bad person. She’s not a criminal. She’s not a killer.
But if she wants justice, she has to be.